This 2-day course is intended for physical therapists working in active exercise rehab, physios who are interested in expanding their clinical skills and improving outcomes by gaining an understanding of the powerful influence of exercise on recovery, or physios who are simply looking for a “tune-up” to their current use of exercise. The primary goal of this practical hands-on course is to improve physiotherapists’ understanding and clinical application of exercises in order to effectively achieve clients’ rehabilitation goals. An alternative exercise model of optimum muscular control and improved biomechanics, which has proved its effectiveness repeatedly in clinical situations, will be clearly presented.
Course participants will be more confident in applying anatomical and biomechanical information to identify faulty movement patterns by, and recognizing the pitfalls of, commonly-used exercises, including body compensation strategies during various exercises used to rehabilitate familiar conditions ranging from…
Cervical whiplash-associated disorders and rotator cuff injuries to “tennis elbow” in the Neck and Upper Extremity Course, and
Low back and sacroiliac joint pain related to hypermobility syndromes, plus patellofemoral pain to persistent Achilles tendinopathy in the Lumbo-pelvic and Lower Extremity Course
Lifemark Health Centre
#230 - 181 Keefer Place