Physiotherapy Course Summary:
Fuctional Human Movement Assessment & Rehabilitation Course
Dates: 8th July 2017
Tutor: Jay Flitter
All bookings via www.southwestphysio.co.uk
"After attending the course myself I was amazed at how obvious some of the stratigies were but I had failed to address in my clients rehabilitation. Sometimes we get very comfortable in our own confimation bias. This was a great course to shake off my preconceptions and allow me to see rehabilitation from several other perspectives.
This coure taught by Jay Flitter an extremely experienced physiotherapist and Spinal Manipulation Tutor, Ideally for therapists who already have a grounding in outpatients/MSK therapy and want to focus their attention on more advanced rehabilitation skills.
The course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the different functional rehabilitation strategies that improve human movement and that can be utilised to restore pain free function to a range of individuals from the sedentary to professional athlete.
The first part of the course covers all aspects of training from injury to full return to activity or sport using functional training strategies incorporating functional strength and conditioning programmes, utilising training strategies for hypertrophy, maximal strength, endurance and power. This will also include the application of plyometric training for full return to function.
The second part of the course focuses on training optimum motion control and load transfer during function. The movement patterns taught will be insightful, thought provoking and will challenge the inherent understanding of movement training for the participant. The emphasis is on learning how to move through body movement.
Other specific areas of training covered on the course :
- 3-D spinal strength rehabilitation
- Stabiity of the lower limb essential for runners, golfers and many other sports
- How does dynamic stretching improve function and how apply in an injured individual.
- What is the role of the gluts in function and how do we retrain them.
- Why the foot, hip and thoracic spine are so important for function, how to assess for dysfunction and how to correct for effortless function.
Thisis a highly practical course, come prepared to exercise and learn.