Start date
14 November, 2019
End date
17 November, 2019

The 3rd Annual McGill Method Conference is your opportunity to attend McGill Method Level 1, 2 and 3 courses on consecutive days, in the same location! That means that you can meet basic McGill Method Certification eligibility requirements if you attend all three conference sessions!

COURSE LOCATION AND DETAILS:

The Bridge Advanced Sports Therapy, 1979 111 Street, Edmonton, AB T8H 2G4

COURSE OUTLINES & OBJECTIVES:

McGill Method Level 1 -- Foundation: From the pain-free back

Dr. Stuart McGill updates delegates on the most recent developments in function of the lumbar spine – specifically how it works and how it becomes injured, and how this is linked to pain sensitivity. This is to develop an evidence based foundation for clinical decision making. Delegates will be provided with guidance in the application of this knowledge to the clinic, workplace, rehabilitation centre, and sports field to reduce the risk of injury, optimize healing of the patient, and build ultimate back performance in the athlete.

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILED McGILL METHOD LEVEL 1 COURSE OUTLINE

McGill Method Level 2 -- Assessment: Converging on a precise diagnosis

Restoring a painful back begins with a detailed assessment. Dr. Stuart McGill demonstrates and teaches pain provocation through mechanical and neurological approaches to reveal the cause of pain. The algorithm is based on branching logic. Delegates will hone their manual skills, together with clinical reasoning skills, work-shopping tests both on and off the exam table. This forms the foundation for teaching the patient what to avoid, followed by progressions of corrective exercise. The second stage begins when pain is controlled, and the objectives shift to enhancing function and performance. This process will be taught through patient/athlete case studies.

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILED McGILL METHOD LEVEL 2 COURSE OUTLINE

McGill Method Level 3 -- High Performance Training

This one-day course is for advanced clinicians and performance specialists. Mechanisms and training techniques used with world-class athletes will be introduced and discussed. The development of movement/motor patterns, endurance, speed and power within the principles that minimize back injury, or exacerbation of existing injury are work-shopped. Quantifying the athletic demands, together with the current capabilities of the individual, influence program design. Specific topics include building resilience, training capacity and strength, and speed techniques within pain-free progressions. The day is comprised of three lectures and hands-on workshops.

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILED McGILL METHOD LEVEL 3 COURSE OUTLINE

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Stuart McGill, University Professor Emeritus  - University of Waterloo

Dr. Ed Cambridge, Doctor of Chiropractic

Mr. Joel Proskewitz, Strength and Conditioning Coach

For complete speaker bios, CLICK HERE.

 

REGISTRATION

To register, CLICK HERE

*Early bird registration closes on OCT. 1/19

*Contact RED at info@REDelivery.ca for more information on student rates as well as discounts for large groups, McGill Providers and individuals who are McGill Method Certified.

Type
Other
Format
In person
Location

RED Project Management Corp.
1979 111 Street, Edmonton, AB T8H 2G4
Edmonton AB
Canada

Posting expiry date
This course is not provided through PABC. If you have any questions, please contact the private organizer.