Course Title: Motion Guidance – Visual Feedback Rehab Course
Date: 1st & 2nd June 2019
Venue: EC1R 0AA
Joint Position Sense deficits and movement dysfunctions have been discovered and linked to various conditioning that are commonly treated in physical rehabilitation medicine. This rehabilitation continuing education course is directed toward educating healthcare professionals on how to make researched based assessments and treatments.
The content utilizes current motor learning principles and gives insight into how patients can respond to various types of feedback and motivation yielding immediate improvements in movement, motor control, and improved retention to enhance both movement and performance.
This interactive 2-day, lab intensive course will include lecture, patient demonstrations, and lab time to give the participants an opportunity for in-depth problem-solving and refinement of technique for using motor learning principles and motor control exercises for the assessment and treatment of conditions and dysfunctions associated with the head/neck area, shoulder, knee, and lower back pain.
The attendee will leave with a good understanding of how to implement motor learning principles to any body part or condition. The following conditions will be discussed:
• Whiplash Associated Disorder
• Chronic Neck pain
• Rotator Cuff related shoulder pain
• Shoulder instability
• Patello-femoral pain
• ACL deficiency
• Post-Operative Knee conditions
• Return to Participation testing and performance training for the lower chain
• Chronic Lower Back pain
… and many more!
In addition, the course will provide instruction in the use of the Motion Guidance Visual Feedback system developed by G. Talmadge Blair, PT, DPT.
An introduction to the Motion Guidance System:
For more information, visit https://www.motionguidance.com/
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