Movement optimisation for prehab and performance

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This training is created by our partner Rehab-U.
How do you as a trainer or therapist bridge the gap from injury to performance? How do you build strength during the rehab process?  This is critical to ensure you become an asset to your clients during their rehabilitation.

The Level 2 Movement Optimization online course addresses the importance of strength in the continuum of care.  This course focuses on rehab periodization to effectively manage load, drive progress, and maximize performance while still protecting the injury.  Common injuries such as rotator cuff and patellofemoral tendinopathy, hip impingement and low back pain are extensively covered to provide you with the know-how to build optimal rehab training programs.

Our online course is supported by in-depth video content to provide you with a captivating and complete learning experience in the comfort of your home without the hassle and expense of travel.

Our lifetime access allows you to learn at your own pace and refer back to the content as needed.

The Level 1 course is not a prerequisite to join this course.  Upon completion of this course, you will receive a Level 2 Movement Optimization for Prehab and Performance certificate.

Covered in this course:

  • Introduction to Functional Rehabilitation: Understanding injury and redefining rehabilitative exercise
  • Robustness and Resilience: Load management and dose-response for tissue tolerance
  • Diagnosis – Yay or Nay: Looking beyond the structure
  • Evidence-based practice: Right choice, right time, right person
  • Load Management – “Rehab is Training”: Strength in the continuum of care for optimal recovery and return to performance
  • Movement and Pain: Cause or Effect? Managing motor adaptation to pain
  • Pain Monitoring Model: Rating and managing the load response
  • Rehab Periodization: Establishing the framework for effectively programming strength into the continuum of care
  • Isometrics and Eccentrics in Rehab: Defining their role and when to appreciate or depreciate their use
  • Relevant Training Methods: Manipulating training methods and loading schemes to suit rehab needs
  • Rehab Programming for Specific Injuries: Current and in-depth review of treatment and programming for impingement syndromes, common tendinopathies and low back pain

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