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Notes on Jerry

Abbreviated Professional Resume


Cleveland College of Chiropractic, Los Angeles, Doctor of Chiropractic

Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic: studied with Vladimir Janda, Karel Lewit, and other therapists over a period of four visits; Tuscany, Italy: advanced course in theory and mobilization techniques, Karel Lewit; Bournemouth, England: intensive course on treatment of the locomotor system and neurodevelopmental approaches to manual therapy, Karel Lewit and Pavel Kolar

Mill Valley, California: clinical observation/consultation, Dennis Morgan, PT, DC

Yoga Teacher Training, Donna Farhi; Pilates, Rehabilitation Modules Gyrotonic® Teacher Training


Los Angeles College of Chiropractic (LACC): undergraduate classes in rehabilitation; developed and led clinical pilot project for interns; rehabilitation consultant; developed and presented post-graduate rehabilitation courses and workshops, including:

  • Functional Pathology of the Locomotor System and Rehabilitation Guidelines
  • Rehabilitation Protocols and Janda's Evaluation of Key Muscle Imbalances
  • Lower Extremity Kinetic Chain and Active Care Case Management

LACC Rehabilitation Diplomate Program: co-organizer of this 3-year course that emphasized teachings of the Prague School; recognized by the American Chiropractic Association.

Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, American Back Society, Anglo European Chiropractic College, Swedish Chiropractic Organization, Western States Chiropractic College, Henry Mancini Institute, The Viola Society-Western Region: various workshops, lectures, short courses


D.C. Tracts: Diagnostic Corner on Functional Capacity Evaluation of the Lower Quarter, with C. Liebenson, D.C., 1996; audio lecture, Low-Tech Rehab as a Primary Treatment Modality, 1997; audio lecture, Whole Body Movement as a Factor of Chronic Low Back Pain, 1999

Spinal Rehabilitation, text, Chapter 14, Stabilization, with c. Liebenson, D.C., 1996

Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, Clinical Perspectives: Respiratory Dysfunction, A Case Study, 1997

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