Pre and Post Treatment Muscle Assessment:
A Novel Approach to Improving Performance

Back to Courses

Pre and Post Treatment Muscle Assessment: A Novel Approach to Improving Performance

$395.00

Quantity

Category:

A live, one-day, Category A, workshop for Certified Athletic Trainers with more than two years of experience. This course contributes to the domains of physical assessment, injury and wellness promotion, and therapeutic intervention.

 

Course Objectives and Goals:

  1. Identify the dilemma of addressing patient subjective and objective problems with their body as local sensation being interpreted as a local problem, and therefore only a local treatment or solution is implemented.
  2. Explore the hypothesis that there is a potential relationship between the quality of bio-motor control and the patient’s physical sensations.
    1. Literature review regarding motor control and physical sensation.
  3. Introduce new definitions and terms.

The patient reports unwanted sensations and/or reports and/or demonstrate unsatisfactory movement(s) before, during, or after a training session. How can a clinician rethink how to apply themselves in this situation within their scope of practice?

Course Description

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

This course is for professionals that work to assess and improve physical performance in their practice. (E.g. physical therapists, athletics trainers, and strength/conditioning specialists). The content introduces innovative ways to think about, create, and implement an assessment and improvement of the muscle system output following treatments.

This 8-hour, one-day course has been developed by Greg Mack, ACE Certified Medical Exercise Specialist and Andrew Hoppert, ATC, CMSS, CPT. 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

  1. Identify the dilemma of addressing patient subjective and objective problems with their body as local sensation being interpreted as a local problem, and therefore only a local treatment or solution is implemented.
  2. Explore the hypothesis that there is a potential relationship between the quality of bio-motor control and the patient’s physical sensations.
    1. Literature review regarding motor control and physical sensation.
  3. Introduce new definitions and terms.
  4. The patient reports unwanted sensations and/or reports and/or demonstrate unsatisfactory movement(s) before, during, or after a training session. How can a clinician rethink how to apply themself in this situation within their scope of practice?

What You Will Learn

  • A unique way of thinking and applying hands on skills to assess the quality of motor output of patients before and after any treatment modality.
  • New skills you can use to assess and possibly improve your patient’s bio-motor control quality and preparation for movement and exercise.
  • How to contextualize the use of exercise and its potential to impact individual sensations like pain.
  • Create an open dialogue, share new ideas, and innovative ways to approach rehabilitation.

 

August 15, 2020 Glendale WI

Muscle Dynamics

6789 N. Green Bay Ave.

Glendale, WI 53209

Courses start promptly at 8:30 a.m. and end at 5:30 p.m., with one hour for lunch. Please arrive at 8:00 a.m. to register.

Exercise Professional Education, LLC (BOC AP#: P10183.) is approved by the

Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Certified Athletic Trainers.

This program is eligible for a maximum of 8 Live, Category A hours/CEUs.

ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program.

If you are interested in hosting a course in your city or at your facility please go to the Hosting Page and complete the form and submit.

 

 

 

Cancellations received at least 7 business days before the event are 100% refundable. There will be no refund for cancellations received later. If participants register and do not attend, they are still responsible for full payment. 
Participants will need to contact Exercise Professional Education, LLC via phone or email with a request for refund:

Telephone #: (614) 442-8100
         Email: gtmack01@mac.com.

Exercise Professional Education LLC will process the participant’s refund within 3‐5 business days from the date the request is received via mail or email.

If you would like to host a course at your facility please hit the button below!

Course Hosting