Dr. Michael Sheps stopped by the CRN Digital Talk Radio studio to discuss laser therapy with Fred Dryer. Check out the behind scenes development of the laser and Dr. Sheps’ involvement.
Leroy Goes To The Olympics is a children’s graphic novel conceived by Dr. Michael Sheps, written by Sybil Blazej-Yee, and illustrated by Toran Joseph.
Based on interviews with Olympic Athlete Leroy Dixon, Blazej-Yee writes his inspirational story of the obstacles he faced growing up and the people who supported him throughout his training. Written specifically for 3rd to 5th grade boys, this story really inspires all ages, serving as a reminder of the strength of the mind and the power of encouraging people.
Leroy Goes to the Olympics is now available for purchase at Amazon.com
Dr. Michael Sheps is excited to announce that he was invited to present the latest trends and technology in photonic stimulation using Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) at John Hopkins Rehabilitation Therapy Services Clinic in Maryland. Recognized as being a content expert in clinical application of LLLT, his knowledge and clinical expertise has helped advance the practice of others.
It’s raining GOLD, SILVER, and BRONZE for US Athletes, topping the charts with 25 medals (12 gold, 8 silver, 5 bronze) at the 13th IAAF 2011 World Championships in Daegu, South Korea.
A very special congratulations goes out to our All Back & Joint Care US Athletes, Carmelita Jeter, Bianca Knight, Jason Richardson, Lashinda Demus, and Jesse Williams. Additionally we salute our international athletes, Felix Sanchez (Dominican Republic) , and Jaysuma Saidy Ndure (Norway).
Jeter came home with one silver and two gold medals, sharing a gold with Knight for their valiant team effort in the women’s 4 × 100 meter relay. This win set a season world record at a speed of 41.56. Click here to listen to Carmelita Jeter’s Adidas interview after the race.
Gold medals were also awarded to Richardson (110 meters hurdles/ 13.16), Williams (High jump/ 2.35) and Demus, who set both a season world record and a national record for the 400 meter hurdles at 52.47.
Sanchez was 7/100ths of a second away from the bronze, landing him a very close 4th place in the men’s 400m hurdles (48.87).
Jaysuma Saidy Ndure also came close to the bronze, placing 4th in the Men’s 200 meters (19.95)
Each of these athletes have received laser therapy treatments and chiropractic services from Drs. Maryann and Michael Sheps. Jeter describes the exceptional results she received with BIOLASE®’s Diolase™10 laser treatments. “In 2010 I suffered from a cyst in my ankle and didn’t know if I would be able to compete the rest of the season. I came to Dr. Sheps 4x’s a week and was back running in 4 weeks. I finished the 2010 season as the #1 sprinter in the world.”
Drs. Maryann and Michael Sheps are thrilled to announce that they will be accompanying these athletes (laser in hand, of course) at the Olympic trials (June 2012, Oregon)
Suffering from a capsular tear in his left ankle, World Champion Surfer, Tanner Gudauskas, was referred to ABJC by his Orthopedic Surgeon. Dr. Sheps ordered a short protocol of BIOLASE Diolase 10™ laser treatments. After only 6 treatments, he resumed full normal activity, with NO residual pain. Gudauskas says, “I would love to thank Dr. Sheps for the care of the laser. My ankle feels incredibly better after each session.”
Dr. Michael Sheps treats Leroy Dixon’s sore calf 15 minutes before his 200 meter victory at the Rafer Johnson/Jackie Joyner Kersee meet. Dixon is a 2008 Olympian and 4×100 World Champion.
Dr. Michael Sheps, Co-Founder and Clinic Director of All Back and Joint Care Group in Los Angeles, will be with the United States Gymnastics Team during October to 2010 Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Rotterdam, Holland. He will be caring for long time patient and acclaimed athlete Mattie Larson, favored to win the gold. Treatments will include chiropractic as well as Diolase 10™ laser therapy, which he developed in partnership with BIOLASE Technology.