0401 Evidence Informed Graded Exercise Therapy​

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INSTRUCTOR
Instructor, Nik Vizniak
Dr. Nikita Vizniak, BSc DC RMT

Help your clients and patients learn to work smarter, not harder.​

Do you know what exercises to give and when? We are here to help empower your clients and patients by breaking the cycle of dependence and instilling resilience.

Level-up to apply goal-focused graded exercise exposure to see better person-centered outcomes. Work through biopsychosocial/fear avoidance models to gain confidence in assessment and application of high quality movement therapy protocols. Learn how modifications can be given to varied populations (low back pain, whiplash, bad knees etc.).

CREDITS: 3 PE (CMTBC Cycle 13 2022)
TEXTBOOKS
Recommended:
Muscle Manual
Provided at Seminar:
1000 No Gym Workouts
MODULES FOR CERTIFICATION
Seminar - Graded Exercise Therapy
0401 Evidence Informed Graded Exercise Therapy​
Learning Outcomes
  • Recognize BPS barriers to exercise therapy
  • Apply the ACE principle in exercise therapy (Alignment/Activate, Control, Endurance) - using body weight progressions, stretching straps, kettlebells, dowel rod, resistance bands, and yoga poses
  • Assess the clinical anatomy of the body region
  • Show basic functional movements how to strengthen and stretch muscles, fascia, ligament, joints and nerves
  • Understand key biomechanics and kinesiology to reduce injury rates and promote optimal healing through graded exercise exposure
  • Recognize tissue specific injuries and contraindications, indications and precautions to movement type therapies
  • Identify common presentations of regional conditions that may require movement therapy
Class Layout
  • ~0.25hr introduction lecture starts with a systematic review of musculoskeletal best-practices. ACE principle of graded exercise therapy (Alignment/Activate, Control, Endurance) and Controlled Articular ROM (indications, precautions and contraindications)
  • ~2.75hrs practical demonstration and practice of basic movement and breathing with a strong biomechanics, kinesiology and anatomy focus (unfixed cadaver dissection video). Including regional musculoskeletal pathology recognition and controlled Articular ROM modification through graded exercise exposure, and using body weight progressions, stretching straps, kettlebells, dowel rod, resistance bands, and yoga poses.

 

TAKEAWAY
  • Participants receive a certificate of completion.
Seminar - Graded Exercise Therapy
Seminar - Graded Exercise Therapy
Seminar - Graded Exercise Therapy
Seminar - Graded Exercise Therapy
Seminar - Graded Exercise Therapy
Seminar - Graded Exercise Therapy

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