Biohacking: Complimentary to Improve Laser Care (Part 4)
Description: Join Dr. Jeffrey Tucker and learn how he marries concepts of Biohacking with Photobiomodulation Therapy. He will marry current concepts from biohacking, manual therapy, physical therapy and movement therapy.
Dr. Tucker will deliver straight talk about practical laser experience—from the science-based basics to more complicated cases as well as the latest approaches and findings that are impacting health outcomes. This knowledge will be appropriate and beneficial for your practice. Drawing from his day-to-day practical experience, he aims to provide practitioners with topics, protocols and methodologies that will help create a positive shift in your practice and in your patients’ health.
In this 4th webinar in Dr. Jeffrey Tucker’s Biohacking series, he will focus on essential information in one of the most crucial and complicated areas – healthy aging medicine. Build on what you learned in the previous webinars and hear Dr. Jeffrey Tucker’s current strategies and methods of successfully marrying photobiomodulation with biohacking.
Topics include: Light Therapy: Fact and ‘off-label’ practical experience, Implementing Biohacking strategies, Photobiomodulation with Hands-on procedures
About Dr. Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB
Dr. Jeffrey Tucker is an expert on non-invasive musculoskeletal interventions particularly for sports medicine and chronic pain patient care. He uses the available science and technology for performance enhancement, pre-emptive strategies for injury prevention and healthy aging, and he is well known for designing exercise programs for spinal and extremity injuries. He practices in Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Tucker is a graduate of the Southern California University of Health Sciences. He is a board-certified Diplomate in Rehabilitation. He completed post-graduate training in nutrition and soft tissue therapies. He is the author of over 100 articles printed in Dynamic Chiropractic, Chiropractic Economics and The American Chiropractor magazines. He is the current president of the ACA Rehabilitation Council.