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Orthopedic disruption can be associated with force-related wear and tear resulting from sports, accidents, sedentary lifestyle, occupation, and of course, “exercise.”

As a fitness professional, orthopedic conditions require a strategic and personalized approach to implementing, managing, and manipulating the exercise experience for a client/patient.

General recommendations are commonly “light stretching,” various forms of Yoga, and more. Such recommendations lack SPECIFICITY and can lead to what many professionals call "compensations" and weaknesses.

This course will not provide “general recommendations.” We will provide a ten-step succession to decision-making to create client-defined exercise options and demonstrate strategic manipulation to enhance the client / patient experience.  PART-1 01/20/23 Will be VIA ZOOM - PART-2 01/22/23 will be hands-on Babylon location.

Key concepts

PART 1: Neuromuscular Response to Pain, Orthopedic Variances in Spinal Structure and Dysfunction, Tissue Degeneration – Regeneration, Geometry of Joints

PART 2 Hands-on:  Assessing Neuromuscular Communication, Coactivation, Strategic Manipulation of Internal and External Forces, Using Isometric, and Dynamic Muscle Actions, Exercise Progressions

January 20th, 2023 6:30 PM   through   8:30 PM
41 John St
Babylon, NY 11702
United States
Fee $ 170.00
Course Credit
Credit 0.7