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FICS ICSC – #ICSC01 – Head Injuries in Sport

Course Date

Start: 23rd August 2021 @ 00:00am
End: 23rd August 2022 @ 00:00am

Course Location

Online, United States of America

Course Description


International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic (ICSC) program offers an individual chiropractor the credentials required to work at FICS events worldwide. It is the minimum qualification required to be part of a FICS chiropractic delegation at regional sporting events, international events such as the regional and world championships and the World Games. To learn more about the ICSC, please visit:

Total course 7:48 hours/minutes
ECU will allot CPD for the total course hours to the nearest half-hour.

The purpose of this course is to provide doctors of chiropractic with training in the evaluation, treatment, and foundations of sport-related concussion, intracranial hematomas, and facial injuries.

  • Sport-related concussion including definition, examination, mechanism of injury, cervico/cranial syndrome, and foundation.
  • Subdural, epidural, and intracerebral hematomas, as well as increased intracranial pressure, will be discussed.
  • Injuries of the eye, ear, nose, and mouth which are commonly seen in sport.

You must score 90% or better to pass the section and Final exam. All exams are timed at one minute per question with a total of three attempts.

The course breakdown provides you with an overview of the units and how each is broken up.  Each heading is a section within this module. Some sections have multiple units which you are required to work through before taking the unit quiz.

Section 1: Sports Concussion – (Estimate 3 hours for section 1)
Instructor: Dr Brett Jarsoz, Sports Chiropractor
Unit 1: VIEW Presentation: (38.19)
Unit 2: READ: 14 papers on definition, mechanisms and foundations
Unit 3: COMPLETE:  Activity – Scat5 Concussion Assessment Section
Unit 4: COMPLETE: Case Study as a unit review
Unit 5: TAKE Section quiz: 10 questions

Section2: Intracranial Bleed & Haematomas (Estimate 20 minutes for section 2)
Instructor: Dr Robert Reid, Sports & Exercise Physician
Unit 1: VIEW Presentation 16:49
Unit 2: TAKE Section quiz:  5 questions

Section 3: Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (Estimate 20 minutes for section 3)
Instructor: Sports & Exercise Physician Dr Robert Reid
Unit 1: VIEW Presentation 18:05
Unit 2: TAKE Section quiz: 4 questions

Section 4: Ear, Dental and Eye Injuries (Estimate 1 hour for section 4)
Instructor: Sports & Exercise Physician Dr Warren McDonald
Unit 1: VIEW Presentation 53.18
Unit 2: TAKE Section quiz: 5 questions

52 questions (estimate time 1 hour) 

  • The quiz questions are sequence is randomized and will change every time you click into the assessment or exam.
  • The Assessment questions and the Final exam will be presented one question at a time and does not allow backtracking.



Registration fee:  130.00 CHF
Discounts are provided if purchased in a bundle with other modules



Course Credits


Course Contact Name

Trish Donoghue

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