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A massive gap exists between what is prescribed in most rehab settings and what we need to do in training & competition.That gap results from:
- A failure to understand anatomy & biomechanics
- A failure to understand neurology & pain science
- A failure to understand exercise & load prescription
- A failure to put all of the above together
Treating pain and injury is more than mechanics; it's more than neurology; it's more than performing a corrective exercise over and over again. Mechanics does matter. Pain science does matter. Exercise selection and loading do matter. If we are to succeed, we need to understand the role each plays in our rehab and the overlap between them. We need to understand why we feel pain & why injury happens. We need to consider biomechanics influence on pain & injury and how we can manipulate our mechanics to facilitate recovery. We need to understand how to scale exercise progression and load to allow us to make continued progress back to the platform.In this lecture series, you will understand the "why" behind my framework, see the simplicity in what appears complex, and learn how to apply everything to yourself and those you work with.
Part 1 - SAT NOV 26 2:00-3:30 EST Pain Science Fundamentals
Part 2 - WED NOV 30 6:00-7:30 EST Rehab Philosophy
Part 3 - SAT DEC 3 2:00-3:30EST Shoulder + Elbow: Anatomy, Biomechanics, Conditions, Specific Practical Applications
Part 4 - MON DEC 5 6:00-7:30EST Low Back: Anatomy, Biomechanics, Conditions, Specific Practical Applications
Part 5 - WED DEC 7 6-7:30EST Hip: Anatomy, Biomechanics, Conditions, Specific Practical Applications
Part 6 - SAT DEC 10 6-7:30EST EST - Knee + Ankle: Anatomy, Biomechanics, Conditions, Specific Practical Applications
Lectures will be hosted over zoom. Zoom link will be sent out the week of the first lecture. Lectures will be recorded for those who can not attend live.