Movement Facilitation Sling Assessment - NSCA Approved 1.4 CEU

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Time & Location

Sep 07, 2019, 9:00 AM EDT – Sep 08, 2019, 5:00 PM EDT
FITting Room Fitness Studio, 7-351 Ferrier St, Markham, ON L3R 2Z5, Canada

About the Event

Course Description: 

Assessment is an evaluation of the ability of the clients. Movement such as breathing, walking, pushing, pulling, and rotating, which are considered as inherent human movement ability is not usually focused in clinical or orthopedic assessment. The course teaches practitioners/fitness professionals how to assess the human body in ways that can be relatable to day to day activities for the client and better assist the health provider in identifying movement inefficiencies. When it comes to creating a proper treatment plan or corrective exercise program, being able to prioritize basic fundamental movement deviations is crucial in facilitating movement capacity. The course will focus on the assessment for respiration, and gait via the 5 subsystems of the body (core, deep longitudinal sling, posterior oblique sling, anterior oblique sling, and the lateral sling).

Learning Objectives: 

- Improve decision making skills when performing assessment 

- Identify variables that affect assessment protocol 

- Critically analyze physiological deviations from ideal functional standards 

- Have a direction on how to approach the identification of the source of the problem

Day 1: 

- Movement facilitation approach 

- SAID principle 

- Pain modulation pathways 

- Categories for assessment 

- Neurodevelopmental theory 

- CNS rule out 

- Breathing assessment – introduction to breathing quadrants 

Day 2: 

- Introduction to biomechanics of gait 

- Deep longitudinal sling assessment 

- Posterior oblique sling assessment 

- Anterior oblique sling assessment 

- Lateral sling assessment

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