Why should you take this course?
Will you be under my care?
No, unless you come in to see me in person.
According to healthcare law, no doctor is allowed to recommend specific care/ treatments to you unless they examine and diagnose you.
I do have people in the Southern CA area come in for an exam, troubleshooting, and diagnosis so I can make specific recommendations for their unique condition within the video course.
And leads us to the disclaimer...
If you have back pain, you must go into a medical provider for an examination before attempting exercise or rehab.
This course is not designed to teach you how to rehab yourself.
It's designed to educate you about how an effective program for a back condition is designed and cued.
I advise everyone reading this to see a doctor before watching all of the videos, reading all of the information and listening to the audio files. These informational tools are best used before your first in-person appointment at a reahb facility.
In my experience, my patients who have come in with an extensive education of "why and what" we are doing and have a better success rate. We have actually found this to be true in research as well.
Higher levels of patients comprehension improves their outcome when taking part in a rehab program.
Can you come in if you don't live in the area?
Yes, I strongly recommend coming to see me at least 1-2 times in person.
Consider the Mayo Clinic, you often have to spend a week there to dial in the right treatment plan.
Spend an hour with me in-person and we will develop a plan of attack to get you back into action quickly.
If you don't come see me in-person will you get anything productive from this course?
The rehab exercises and theory I show in these videos are validated by current sports medicine research.
When I made each video, I used an awesome microphone, professional lightning and film from multiple angles on high quality cameras so you can figure out exactly how each exercise should be done.
These videos have better instruction than any free video on Youtube, guaranteed.
Is this course available anywhere else for free?
No. I do have some snippets of a few videos on Youtube but they are not this extreme detail.
Can you get the names of the exercises and just look at them on Youtube instead?
You can try, but in my experience people don't follow through with this method.
They get frustrated searching, confused by what resources are correct and how to program the exercises.
Just look through any rehab video on Youtube, in the comment sections under the videos there are often hundreds of questions left unanswered by the video maker.
My goal with this video course was to solve the constant searching for people.
Will you answer my questions?
Any question you ask in the forum of this course will me answered by me or another course member within the first 30 days.
Will I be able to ask you any questions directly?
During the first 30 days of the course, you will have access to me periodically through email, podcasts, call, group calls or Youtube Live. When at all possible, I will attempt to have a group setting so everyone can learn from each other.
In the first 30 days, I'm at full attention to everyone's comments but I attempt to answer them in a way that will help everyone the most... this is not often email or a direct call. It's often a group or podcast audio file.
Are their hidden cost to implement the Sports Rehab Deck of Cards rehab system?
Dr. Sebastian Gonzales graduated from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, at the top of his class, where he was provided with an extensive education of human anatomy, in the diagnosis of musculoskeletal injuries, and in chiropractic manipulative care. He received his Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from California State University, Long Beach.
His passion is for educating his patients in the anatomy and mechanics of their injuries.
"I believe people can manage the beginning of their rehab if they have the education and theory of what to do. I know for a fact there are people out there who are searching for answers, but can not find it. They want to understand what is going on in their body. I wanted to create classes to educated the public about their anatomy and the basics of rehab."
Disclaimer: You need to have a proper diagnosis. Go see a doctor and ask a question. They can help guide you finding out what route of education you should follow.