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Todd Arnold, MD

Todd Arnold Instructor Bio:
Dr. Todd Arnold is a primary care/sports performance physician with over a decade of experience caring for athletes of all levels from scholastic to professional. He serves as a sports performance scientist for USA Track and Field, and has worked extensively with over 50 athletes in preparation for the 2012 Olympic Games, where the team won 29 medals. He has served as head team physician at both Division I and Division II colleges. Todd has extensive training through the Titleist Performance Institute in the biomechanics of the golf swing, golf fitness and health care related to the golfer, and is the co-creator of Prescription Golf & Fitness™. He sees patients daily and is committed to increasing the public’s awareness of concussions.

Dr. Todd Arnold is a board certified sports medicine specialist. He is currently licensed to practice medicine in Indiana. He received training at the Indiana University School of Medicine, Poudre Valley Hospital, and the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine.

Todd Arnold's Continuing Education Courses

Management of the Cervical and Thoracic Spine in Sport

Management of the Cervical and Thoracic Spine in Sport

Most athletes continue to participate in sport, despite aggravating spinal pain, limiting performance and increasing risk of a time-loss injury. How can we better diagnose and treat athletic back pain? Dr. Kyle Kiesel and Dr. Todd Arnold… Read Morearrow_right

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Lumbar Spine: Athletic Low Back Pain

Lumbar Spine: Athletic Low Back Pain

Nearly 60% of athletes experience low back pain over the course of a year, but continue to play, limiting performance and increasing risk of a time-loss injury. In this course, Dr. Kyle Kiesel and Dr. Todd Arnold team up to present the… Read Morearrow_right

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Concussion in Sport

Concussion in Sport

This case-based course is aimed at preparing physical therapists for the Sports Certified Specialist advanced certification exam, but is appropriate for athletic trainers and strength & conditioning specialists looking to expand their knowledge… Read Morearrow_right

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Concussion in Sport: Case Studies

Concussion in Sport: Case Studies

This case-based course is aimed at preparing physical therapists for the Sports Certified Specialist advanced certification exam, but is appropriate for any therapist looking to expand their knowledge of concussion in sport. In this course,… Read Morearrow_right

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Pre-Participation Evaluation: Medical and Musculoskeletal

Pre-Participation Evaluation: Medical and Musculoskeletal

The pre-participation physical exam can elicit a feeling of dread in the provider, as it can be time consuming and routine. How can you design and implement a meaningful pre-participation examination experience for your athletes? This course… Read Morearrow_right

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Pulmonary Care in Athletes

Pulmonary Care in Athletes

Pulmonary conditions appear frequently in the care of competitive athletes. As a sports therapist, you must be prepared to recognize and monitor your athletes to ensure their pulmonary health and support their athletic goals. Gain an understanding… Read Morearrow_right

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Pharmacology in Sport

Pharmacology in Sport

How can the sports therapist effectively and safely manage sports medicine? This course by Dr. Todd Arnold provides a detailed overview of the body’s response to medication. Dr. Arnold first introduces the intimate relationship of pharmacokinetics… Read Morearrow_right

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The Integumentary System in Sports

The Integumentary System in Sports

How should sports therapists manage and provide care for athletes with integumentary conditions? In this course, Dr. Todd Arnold introduces the integumentary system for sports therapists, covering basic anatomy and physiology as well as… Read Morearrow_right

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Infectious Disease for the Sports Therapist

Infectious Disease for the Sports Therapist

Have your athletes ever suffered from one of the most common ailments, an infectious disease? How can you effectively prevent, detect, and treat these diverse ailments ranging from the flu to mononucleosis and HIV? Join Dr. Todd Arnold… Read Morearrow_right

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Abdominal and Genitourinary Injuries for the Sports Therapist

Abdominal and Genitourinary Injuries for the Sports Therapist

With approximately 10% of all abdominal injuries resulting from sport-related trauma, sports therapists provide a critical level of care for this injury group. But when is the decision to activate EMS made? How is a critical organ injury… Read Morearrow_right

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The Cardiovascular System and Ancillary Tests for the Sports Therapist

The Cardiovascular System and Ancillary Tests for the Sports Therapist

What cardiovascular conditions will you most likely encounter in the course of your practice? How are these diagnosed, monitored, and treated? What impact do they have on your athlete’s ability to play? Dr. Todd Arnold provides answers… Read Morearrow_right

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