Post-Rehabilitation: Lower Body - Virtual Classroom
This 2-day theoretical/practical workshop will provide personal trainers with an extensive and in-depth approach to assessing, managing and assisting their client in their return to athletics and activities of daily living. It was designed to complement your skills with other sports medicine specialists in providing your client with the tools to optimize their recovery.
- how to understand footwear, shoe mechanics and orthotic intervention for optimizing the kinetic chain.
- functional anatomy and landmarks with practical hands-on palpation techniques.
- the mechanism of injury, assessment techniques, strength training exercise prescription for clients.
- the normal and abnormal function of the joints.
- the implication of postural dysfunctions and how they are detrimental to the functioning of normal joint mechanics.
- the corrective exercises which can be applied to restore normal mechanics.
- the utilization of facilitated stretching techniques to aid in restoring normal joint range of motion.
- how to explore different techniques and approaches to implementing a home program.
- the optimal strength training techniques that can be utilized by the client and trainer based on available tools
- topics covering the lumbar spine, pelvis, hip, knee and ankle.
Common Conditions Discussed
- Lumbar Lordosis
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Herniated Disc
- Facet Joint Impingement
- Pelvic Wheel Dysfunction
- SI Joint Dysfunction
- Gluteus Medius Dysfunction
- Groin Strains
- ITB Syndrome
- Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
- Meniscal Tears
- ACL tears and joint reconstruction
- Osteoarthritis of the Knee
- Shin Splints
- Achilles Tendonitis
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Medial Longitudinal Arch Syndrome
- Functional Anatomy or equivalent course or workshop
- Or a strong understanding of anatomy, muscle actions and joint movements
- McAtee, R. E. (2013). Facilitated Stretching (4th Edition). Human Kinetics.
- Brody, L.T. & Hall M. C. (2010). Therapeutic Exercise: Moving Toward Function (3rd Edition). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
- Andersen, K. M. & Parr, P. G. (2011). Fundamentals of Sports Injury Management (3rd Edition). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
- Notebooks, pen, pencil, paper, etc…
- Tablet/Laptop or Desktop (with webcam)
- Broadband Internet connection
- Zoom Client app for the preferred device
Terms of Agreement
By registering for this virtual classroom, I agree to the following:
- I agree not to share my meeting ID and password, and I alone will be present at the virtual classroom.
- I agree to have my camera turned on during the entire presentation and remain muted unless the instructor says explicitly to unmute (i.e. during case work while the instructor accepts questions).
- I agree that recording the certification presentation is strictly prohibited under copyright and trademark infringement laws.
- I agree that failure to ensure my camera is live may result in my disconnection from the virtual session, disqualification for certification status if applicable and/or CECs, and forfeiture of the fees paid.
All sales are final. No refunds will be issued once downloadable content has been issued.
- View the Workshop Schedule for available workshops.