In this course, the participant will learn manual assessment techniques for biomechanical and neurological conditions including motor control deficits of knee and ankle dysfunction. Exercise concepts of dosage, design and progression for rehabilitation of the hip and pelvis will be addressed. This course is based on the participant’s knowledge of tissue-specific assessment and manual therapy interventions. In addition to the current principles in work physiology, the course offers a clinical approach to an individual, highly specific dosed program to include: resistance (concentric, eccentric, isometric), repetitions, sets, rest, speed, range and frequency with reference to functional qualities are developed. This course integrates specific manual therapy principles in mobilization, stabilization and prevention of injury in the knee and ankle.
Aquarius Physiotherapy Yaletown
#218 - 179 Davie St.
Vancouver BC V6Z 2V4