Session 2: Sports Chiropractic
Wednesday July 15th at 5pm CST
Session led by: Jude Miller, DC, MS, CCSP
Featuring: Jason Goodman, DC, PhD
From little league to the big leagues, athletes of all ages and abilities are turning to sports chiropractors to help minimize injuries and maximize performance. Non-invasive and drug-free, sports chiropractic is growing rapidly among college and professional athletes.
In this interactive, live session, Dr. Jude Miller will discuss the skills need to become a sports chiropractor, the role he currently plays at the University of Memphis and future opportunities for chiropractors in sports. He will be joined by Dr. Jason Goodman to address various opportunities for sports chiropractors, including residencies within sports & rehabilitation settings, at the University of Missouri-Columbia and the University of Memphis, as well as rotation sites.
About Our Speakers
Jude Miller, DC (’11), MS, CCSP is an advanced practice clinician for Logan and on-site chiropractic physician for the University of Memphis sports teams, including the 2019 American Athletic Conference Championship Tiger Football Team.
Logan’s partnership with the University of Memphis began in August 2018. Dr. Miller was assigned as the team chiropractor, providing chiropractic care to University of Memphis student athletes and overseeing training for Logan Doctor of Chiropractic students. The University of Memphis also serves as a clinical rotation site for Logan’s chiropractic interns.
As part of the University of Memphis team, Dr. Miller works closely with athletic trainers, non-surgical and surgical orthopedists, neurosurgeons, physical therapists and internal medicine specialists. He said the interdisciplinary setting allows for more interaction, knowledge and experience-sharing as they discuss best practices for athlete treatment and care.
Jason C. Goodman, DC (’98), PhD, began his career with nine years in private chiropractic practice. Since then, he has served Logan University in a variety of capacities, including as a Student Health Center Clinician, Academic Advisor, Outpatient Health Center Clinician and Senior Clinician of Preceptorships. His current role is Director of Clinical Experience.
Dr. Goodman’s primary responsibility is to oversee Trimester 7-10 students in the Doctor of Chiropractic program. He focuses on providing robust clinical opportunities for students who are eligible for a Clinical Rotation or Preceptorship. Dr. Goodman has helped Logan form affiliation agreements across the United States at numerous Veteran Administration sites, Department of Defense sites, medical colleges, hospitals, integrated health centers and private practices.
Dr. Goodman received his PhD in Higher Education Administration from Saint Louis University in 2019.