Dr. Liz Moos graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 2014. After graduation, she became the first Human Performance Fellow at NWHSU, having a special interest in integrative care, female athletes, and concussion. Through the fellowship, she had the opportunity to work with a professional female tackle football team, the MN Vixen, professional lacrosse, and Olympic athletes from the British Virgin Islands. After the fellowship, Dr. Liz worked at a La Clinical, a federally qualified clinic in St. Paul, MN and now works at Palmer College of Chiropractic- West. Since she was a student, she has been very involved with the ACA and the ACA Sports Council. She serves as advisor to SACA specialty councils and SACA Sports Council Student Executive Committee, NextGen Committee Vice Chair, and the ACA Sports Council 2nd VP.
Key Speaking Topics:
- Translating the research to patient care
- Extremity adjusting and movement assessments
- Sideline chiropractic
- Chiropractic and athletic performance
- Integrative care
- Doctor biomechanics when treating