September 21, 2019 - September 22, 2019
$399.00 | 12 credits
A Comprehensive Approach to Assessment, Treatment & Therapeutic Exercise
Laurie Di Giulio, Developer/Facilitator
NKT Practitioner, Level 3 Personal Trainer, Yoga Instructor Educator, Conference Presenter
SensoriMotor Retraining Technique is a combination of assessment, treatment, and corrective exercise using an approach informed by Vleeming's 5 kinetic chains, role of ligaments as sensory organs, and pairing sensory change with improved motor outputs.
This two day course will include discussion of important anatomical structures that make up the kinetic chains and how to assess these structures in a simple, sequential way to identify a framework for approaching corrections/treatment. Attendees will explore the role of ligaments in these kinetic chains, and how they contribute to optimal or dysfunctional movement patterns and what this means to our practice as manual therapists or fitness professionals. We will access ligaments using tools or touch to alter sensory input and cause reflexive affects in other tissues, followed by integration of movement patterns to improve function and manage pain. This course is appropriate for manual therapists and fitness professionals.
Students who complete this course will be able to:
Required Texts, Materials, or Equipment
Course notes will be provided.
Attendees may want to have anatomy references available.
Attendees may wish to bring tools they use in practice (ex. IASTM tools, foam rollers). Massage tables may be required, dependent on location of course.
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