The Upper & Lower Limb
Building a Performance Rehabilitation Culture: It’s a matter of Philosophy
The importance of developing a philosophy for rehabilitation: the ‘WHY’ of the patient’s journey.
Modelling Performance Rehabilitation: Built to last:
The key agents of efficacious rehabilitation needed to build Robust Injury Resilient Athletes:
- The importance of a multimodal approach
- Defining the physiological and psychological variables
Integrating the Fundamental Principles of Strength & Conditioning
Concentrating on the principles of Specificity and Progressive Overload to ensure that athletes can tolerate the most demanding physiological and psychological scenarios on their return to function.
A Corrective Movement Approach: Neuromuscular Acquisition
- Movement Preferences
- Single Leg Efficiency
- Corrective Movement Program
Core Conditioning: The Missing Kinetic Chain
The importance of core conditioning and how to utilise the kinetic chain to reduce the risk of future injury and improve athletic performance.
Gamification: Engaging your Patient
Why rehab can no longer be transactional and that instead it must be engaging, fun, demanding, interesting and at the edge of their capability.
Rehabilitation to Reconditioning: A Systems Approach
Identifying Energy Systems needed to develop injury resilient robust athletes.
- Rehab to Threshold
- Rehab to Speed
- Rehab to Industry
Running: The Creative March
Transitioning a patient back to running is a very challenging task. Running is a high impact, high intensity hazardous activity. In this section we will discuss strategies to transition a person quickly and safely back to running.
Reconceptualising Rehab: A lifestyle Approach
In this section we will discuss how sleep, exercise, nutrition and stress can affect healing timeframes, injury risk and athletic performance.
In this section we will discuss what variables we measure throughout the rehabilitation journey. We will discuss how to profile a patient and benchmark their improvements in relation to their goals.
This course is for:
- GP's with a special interest in musculoskeletal injuries
- Doctors who work with amateur / elite / professional athletes
- Physiotheraphy Assitants
- Sport & Exercise Specialists
- Sport Scientists
- Sport Therapists
- Athletic Therapists
- Sports Rehabilitation Practitioners
- Physical Trainers
- Exercise Physiologists