Healthcare professionals, you want to succeed in treating recreational runners and athletes? If you are looking to improve your clinical skills and serve or bring in new clients, look no further!
The seminar “New trends in the prevention of running injuries” in the beautiful mountain town of Golden is for you! Delivered on all five continents, it has taken thousands of health professionals by storm. Using the most recent scientific evidence, the instructor question several unjustified and widespread practices.
From diagnosis to treatment, including running gait analysis/retraining, detailed footwear analysis/prescription and appropriate load management, everything is presented in a structured way to ensure that registrants can readily apply evidence-based learning.
In addition, you will be listed on The Running Clinic’s website, with a VIP access to monthly literature updates. A great way to promote your services and educate your patients through reliable and accurate knowledge.
Instructor: Jean-Francois Esculier, PT, PhD, Sport Physiotherapy Certificate
Jean-Francois Esculier (J-F) graduated from the University of Ottawa's physiotherapy program in 2009. Since then, he has embraced the role of clinician-researcher, treating runners of all levels (recreational to professional and Olympic athletes) and people with a variety of sports injuries. In addition to completing his Masters, PhD and post-doctoral fellowship on knee pain in runners, he obtained his Certificate of Sport Physiotherapy (Sport Physiotherapy Canada). J-F is an active researcher interested in knee pain (patellofemoral pain, knee osteoarthritis), running biomechanics and running footwear. He is currently leading Research & Development at The Running Clinic. J-F has been teaching to health professionals internationally since 2011 (Canada, USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, France, Italy), in addition to teaching in the physiotherapy programs at the University of British Columbia and Laval University.
J-F has published 29 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals, including 19 as the lead author. He was instrumental in obtaining over $1.5 million in research funding with his different research teams to produce clinically-relevant research related to the prevention and treatment of running injuries.
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