USA Beach Volleyball Team Chiropractor, Dr. Callotta Attends the USA Beach Volleyball Medical Summit

We have exciting news to share! From February 10-11, Dr. Callotta (USA Beach Volleyball Team Chiropractor) attended the annual USA Beach Volleyball medical summit at the beach offices in Torrance, California.

The event is an opportunity to share best practices and connect with the USA Beach Volleyball team personnel and medical providers.  Dr. Callotta has been a team chiropractor with USA Beach Volleyball since 2010. She travels internationally with the team as well as coordinates multi-discipline medical staffing for local beach volleyball events. At the summit, Dr. Callotta was honored for five years or more service to USAV.  Congratulations Dr. Callotta!

As a Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (CCSP), Dr. Callotta has advanced training in athletic injuries and treatment. She is available to provide economical, comprehensive and efficient pre-participation sports physicals for children and high school sports teams throughout the Los Angeles and Orange County areas. By coming to the team, she makes it convenient for coaches and cost effective for parents. Call us today for more details on sports physicals!

Our areas of expertise for the optimal care of athletes include:

For more information on sport related services, or Dr. Callotta and the staff at Long Beach Spine and Rehabilitation Chiropractic Center, please visit our website today!

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