COURSES

CoursE Descriptions

Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science

This 2-day course is geared toward the health care provider and fitness professional.  With emerging research there is often the feeling that a traditional approach needs to be wholly discarded.  Instead, this course helps the therapist to integrate thepain science and biopsychosocial model of pain with traditional biomechanical techniques.  The course simplifies many of those techniques and distills the most relevant and important aspects of those techniques for pain resolution and injury management. An emphasis is placed on exercise prescription, symptom modification and graded exposure for injury management and simple techniques to start addressing the psychosocial aspects that influence both pain and performance.

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RUNNING RESILIENCY COURSE

Running injury assessment, gait analyses, running biomechanics and running injury treatment are unnecessarily complicated.  The research in the area is vast but unfortunately the clinically applicability is poorly delineated.  The aim of this course is to provide a pathway and clinical reasoning framework for the therapist to work with runners and endurance athletes of all abilities while applying the best evidence available.

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