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Achieving Optimum Therapeutic Exercise Outcomes
Discipline(s): Physical Therapy / Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours: 4
Registration Fee: $116
1. Identify and correlate functional anatomy with common exercises for strength/motor control of the upper and lower body.
2. Identify origin, insertion, innervations and action of muscles reviewed.
3. Define Trendelenberg gait.
4. Identify the genetic factors that affect gaining strength and muscle mass.
5. Define strength training and differentiate between the specific strength training principles including: giant sets, super-sets, strength-duration curve, periodization and negative training.
6. Identify how strength training principles can serve to optimize results.
7. Recognize the consequences of improper technique.
8. Recognize considerations for the arthritic, diabetic, adolescent and older adult populations exercise.
9. Identify knee anatomy and physiology in context with incidence of injury.
10. Identify the strength goal percentage for quadricep to hamstring ratio.
11. Recognize optimal proprioception and strength exercises to prevent knee injuries.
12. Identify the physiology of stretching as it pertains to rehab applications.
Differentiate between static and dynamic stretching.
Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Assistants, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants and Athletic Trainers.
Part 1: Functional Anatomy of the Upper Extremity and Hip
Part 2. Functional Anatomy of the Knee, Ankle and Foot; Physiology of Strength Training; Strength Training Techniques
Part 3: Upper and Lower Extremity Exercises
Part 4: Different Populations; Strength Training Design; Alternative Exercises
Part 5: Proprioception and Strength: Knee Injury Prevention Strategies
Part 6: Stretching
“Achieving Optimum Therapeutic Exercise Outcomes” ©2010 is offered in cooperation with Chad Hensel. This course is a 4 contact hour video based course. " Achieving Optimum Therapeutic Exercise Outcomes” focuses on stretching, strength training and other factors used to optimize therapeutic exercise. The case studies presented in this course use clinical reasoning based on the highest level of evidence available.
Dates and Locations
01-31-2020 - 01-31-2020, 12:00AM 12:00AM