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The musculoskeletal system is the foundation of human body and during a lifetime it may be vulnerable to pathological and traumatic injury and dysfunction. Injuries that can lead to dysfunction include; fractures, sprains, strains, repetitive actions of daily function which can lead to tissue stresses, inflammation and degenerative joint processes.
Through a thorough discussion students will review fundamental anatomy, joint function - normal and abnormal perspectives, with an emphasis on how acute and chronic stresses can cause pain, trauma and pathology, which lead to dysfunction and mechanical deviations. Conditions addressed include; rotator cuff disorder (impingement syndrome), degenerative joint disease (osteoarthritis), shoulder instability, tendonitis, and bursitis.
This course is designed for the fitness professional who desires an in-depth understanding to these conditions that lead to dysfunction, and what their role as a professional is in the rehabilitation continuum. 2.25 AAPTE CEC's
Presenter: Theresa Cordova
- Obtain an understanding of the common musculoskeletal dysfunctions.
- Recognize the affects that force can have on various tissues.
- Understand the role of the personal trainer in the rehabilitation continuum.
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