Dr. Gose (right) working with

Trimble's athletic trainers at the

OHSAA State Finals.


(FYI:  I was asked by the football team before the season started, if I would get a "mohawk" when they made it to the state.  As you can see I'm a man of my word.  Go Tomcats !!) 

YOUR EDUCATION DOESN'T END WITH GRADUATION,

IT'S JUST BEGINNING

 Dr.Jonathan Gose D.C. DACBSP, DACRB, ICCSP graduated in 1999 from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, IA.  His educational background over the past 17 years has focused on post graduate studies in sports, rehabilitation, and acupuncture.  In 2003 he obtained a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) certificate and in 2012 completed the Diplomate program with the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (DACBSP).  Dr. Gose also completed the Diplomate program through the American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board (DACRB) in 2015 and is currently acquiring a Diplomate in acupuncture.  His practice focuses on sports injuries with a strong emphasis on rehabilitation when treating professional, collegiate and high school athletes. 

 

Dr. Gose has managed the sports medicine department as a team physician for over 13 years with Glouster Trimble School districts.  His duties included pre-participation exams, athletic assessments, management, and rehabilitation of student injuries while providing game day coverage for the schools numerous athletic events.  Being the team physician has allowed Dr. Gose ample opportunities to treat athletes with a wide variety of injuries and conditions.                                      

                                                                                                                    Dr. Gose created CSR Seminars for the sole purpose of educating todays healthcare professionals.  He believes that continuing education is more than a speaker showing up and reading their notes, it must have direction and purpose.  When teaching, his goal is to present in depth sports/rehab application, demonstrate hands-on techniques, and review current and relevant topics to expand you knowledge in assessing sports injuries. 


 

  

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