Strategies to Utilize the Power of Movement for Geriatric Orthopedic Rehab – Live Class

Functional Exercise Progression for the Aging Adult, Creating Dynamic and Efficient TherEx Programs for the Clinic and Home

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

  • Movement-based strategies for the adult orthopedic population
  • Extensive interactive labs to demonstrate the mechanics-practice and exercises
  • Evidence-Based Material combining Biomechanics with Neuroscience, Strength Training, and Motor Development
  • Learn appropriate regressions and progressions of each exercise to fully customize programs for each patient

TUITION FEES (price per student)

Early-Bird: $219
Standard: $239
Early-bird enrollment must be completed 14 days prior to the seminar

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Therapeutic exercise is a fundamental building block in any rehabilitative plan of care. Knowing how to maximize this powerful tool using current evidence in the fields of rehabilitation, neuroscience, and exercise physiology is essential. In today’s managed care environment authorized visits are at a premium, making efficiency in each session imperative. Increasing functional and pain-free movement for the aging adult population is a growing need, and providing solutions for this population can be challenging. Carryover and compliance with home programs play an integral role in the rehabilitation process, therefore a strong understanding of how to create exercise plans that can be easily progressed and regressed for your patients varying ability levels is a must.

In this interactive course you will take a joint-by-joint approach to learning multiple exercises and their appropriate progressions and regressions, and practice the exercises as you go. Develop an understanding of Periodization in Rehabilitation, and discuss how to apply those principles to your plan of treatment. Stop guessing the number of sets and reps for each exercise when treating, and discover how to become more efficient in your exercise prescription to achieve better outcomes. This one-day course is appropriate for all patient populations and rehabilitation specialties and can be instantly applied when you return to your clinic.

MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR

Matt Kinne, PT, MSPT, OCS, is a highly skilled clinician who spent nearly a decade at the helm of the acclaimed Foundry Sports Medicine and Fitness in Providence, RI. Matt’s expertise in orthopedics, sports medicine, post-surgical care and fitness makes him one of the more highly sought after clinicians in the Central Mass and Rhode Island regions. A graduate of Ithaca College with his MSPT in 1999 and went on to receive the difficult to obtain Orthopedic Clinical Specialist Certification through the American Physical

ATTENDEE OBJECTIVES

  1. Develop Therapeutic Exercise programs that can be implemented in the clinic or at home.
  2. Identify techniques and concepts to increase patient compliance during and after therapy.
  3. Utilize the growing principle of regional interdependence to incorporate global movement strategies.
  4. Explain the principles of Neuroscience and how they relate to rehabilitation plans.
  5. Implement proper progressions and regressions for multiple exercises.
  6. Utilize appropriate treatment plans for various surgical and non-surgical diagnoses.
  7. Differentiate between Mobility, Performance, and Neuromuscular Control.

COURSE AGENDA 8:00am – 4:30pm

INTRO 8:00am-8:10am

  1. Review of principles

ROM, STRENGTHENING, FLEXIBILITY, ENDURANCE, CARDIO, PROPRIOCEPTION, BALANCE 8:10am-9:00 am

  1. Definitions
  2. Neurological & Musculoskeletal factors that govern each type of exercise
  3. Where does one end and the other begin?

WHERE TO START OR RESTART 9:00am-9:30 am

  1. Mobility before Stability
  2. The Janda Approach
  3. Regional Interdependence
  4. Principles for Stretching and ROM

HOW MUCH STRENGTHENING IS ENOUGH 9:30am-10:30 am

  1. Volume
  2. Load/Intensity
  3. Regional Interdependence
  4. Circuit Training
  5. Superset
  6. Frequency
  7. Hands-on Lab Demo & Practice

STRENGTH VS. STABILITY 10:30am-2:00pm (lunch 12:00p-1:00p)

  1. The difference and why it is important to understand
  2. Strength Training Strategies
  3. Stability Training Strategies
  4. What happens when we start to combine ideas
  5. Joint by Joint Approach
  6. Hands-on Lab Demo & Practice 

HOW TO CORRELATE STRENGTH WITH MOVEMENT 2:00pm-3:00pm

  1. Motor Control
  2. Sequencing
  3. Restoration of Movements
  4. Movement Efficiency
  5. Training Movements

REVIEW OF CURRENT EVIDENCE 3:00pm-3:30pm

  1. Shoulder and scapulothoracic
  2. Trunk and core
  3. Hip and Knee

TYING IT ALL TOGETHER 3:30pm-4:30pm

  1. Setting up a treatment plan that maximizes effort
  2. Sequencing of Exercises
  3. Periodization of treatment program based on tissue healing
  4. Hands-on Lab Demo & Practice

REGISTER FOR A LIVE COURSE NEAR YOU!

Register Now City State Start Date Instructor
Register Now Altamonte Springs FL 7/20/19 Matt Kinne
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