Exercise and Pain:
A New Perspective

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An Introduction to the Philosophy, Strategies, and Tactics for Assessing and Improving Bio-Motor Control Quality.

This course explores the relationship between your client’s bio-motor control quality and their report of pain and other sensations they don’t like with exercise.

It explores the scope of practice issues and role and responsibilities of Exercise Professionals in working with Pain within the context of exercise.

This is an introductory course for the full Muscle System Specialist Course LIVE! or On-line.

It is a great one day course to take to get a feel for the Muscle System Specialist Philosophy and Methodologies.

Course Description

Introduces the Exercise Professional to Knowledge and Skills about Exercise and Pain.

These skills will help you:

Retain Clients,

Raise Value,

Increase Income,

and Gain Competitive Advantage.

This course, useful for any professional who is involved in the exercise industry as a corrective exercise specialist or therapist, personal trainer, or coach dealing with a client reporting pain – even after medical care has been completed.

This 8-hour, one-day course has been developed by Greg Mack, ACE Certified Medical Exercise Specialist. Greg has 28 years of professional practice experience, founded Physicians Fitness, LLC, the Exercise Professional Education LLC, and has developed the Muscle System Specialist Certification Process.

Course Objectives and Goals

  • Identify the dilemma of addressing client subjective and objective problems with their bodies as local sensation being interpreted as a local problem, limiting potential solutions to local intervention.
  • Explore the hypothesis that there is a potential relationship between bio-motor control quality and physical sensations.
  • Address the controversy surrounding non-licensed practitioners (i.e. personal trainers) interacting with individuals with disease and subjective reports of pain within the exercise process.
  • Learn new skills you can use to assess and possibly improve your client’s bio-motor control quality.
  • Contextualize the use of exercise and its potential to impact individual sensations such as pain.

What You Will Learn

  • New skills you can use to assess and possibly improve your client’s bio-motor control quality.
  • How to contextualize the use of exercise and its potential to impact individual sensations like pain.
  • How to create an open dialogue, and share new ideas and innovative ways to exercise. Rethink exercise!

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Course Times & Locations

Muscle Dynamics

6789 N. Green Bay Ave.

Glendale, WI 53209

 

 

 

 

 

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