Practitioner education focusing on human movement science, pain science, and behavior change.
Integrative Biomechanics Course
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
This content is geared towards improving movement skills including assessments, treatment strategies, and interventions for all movement professionals with a desire to improve their skillset.
Each lesson includes articles, book chapters, and multiple videos for each topic in addition to a discussion forum
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Define and associate integrated movement, including concepts of drivers and transformational zones and capacities during gait.
- Apply and demonstrate assessment strategies utilizing principles of integrated movement using fascial connections, and gait analysis.
- Differentiate and identify between capsular versus soft tissue restrictions and different strategies for treatment
- Synthesize and integrate applications of fascia, human movement and pain science in an integrated workable format for rehabilitation.
- Design and apply exercised based movement interventions appropriate for specific populations
- Design and apply concepts of video gait analysis, including understanding the specific capacities of gait at each joint for each part of the gait cycle.
Introduction to A Brain Based Musculoskeletal Approach
Cohort learning with capped registration
16 Hours of CEU for PT, DC, ATC *
Week 1 starts January 15th, 2020
Week 8 starts March 5th, 2020
After this course, you will be able to:
- Define and describe fundamentals of intervention, treatment hierarchy and relevance to pain and dysfunction.
- Describe and apply the importance of central sensory integration and its relevance to movement quality.
- Summarize and critique three major sensory systems and interpret their interactions
- Apply and demonstrate Brain Based approaches to sensory & musculoskeletal assessments
- Articulate and interpret the importance of isolated integrated spectrums of movement
- Create movement programs to engage the nervous system to improve motor output.
On Demand Videos
Our goal is to bridge the gap from rehabilitation to fitness and performance, an objective that shines through in our premium online video courses. These courses are designed to help movement professionals elevate their practice using a blend of anatomical, biomechanical, and physiological principles. Our practitioner education offerings are presented by Adam Wolf, renowned physical therapist, author, and teacher.
All sessions provide theoretical and hands on applications and are suitable for movement professionals (both clinical and non-clincal).