Organizer

Claire Minshull
Email
info@getbacktosport.com
Progress - The Cambridge Centre for Health and Performance

Location

Progress - The Cambridge Centre for Health and Performance
Conqueror House, Chivers Way, Histon CB24 9PW

Date

04 Apr 2020 - 05 Apr 2020

Time

10:00 am - 4:30 pm

Cost

£250

LEVEL 2: Strength & Neuromuscular Conditioning for Rehabilitation

An evidence-based comprehensive course that builds on the fundamentals of strength and neuromuscular conditioning within rehabilitation settings and takes you right through to learning how harness contemporary scientific principles to optimise your outcomes with patients. Delivered by Dr Claire Minshull, one of the UK’s most highly respected rehabilitation specialists and founder of Get Back to Sport.

Strength training is not bodybuilding. This course is applicable to both upper and lower limb specialists and those who deal with high functioning athletes, older adults with degenerative problems and anyone else in between.

Outcomes

In this course, you will discover the art and science of strength and neuromuscular training. You will:

  • expand your rehabilitation toolbox of exercise prescription
  • learn current scientific techniques to maximise rehabilitation gains for minimal effort
  • learn training techniques that can attenuate performance losses in the injured limb, even when the limb is immobilised in a cast
  • understand and be able to apply the following scientific concepts to maximise rehabilitation outcomes:
  • – The Cross-Education Effect
  • – Non-Concurrent Training / Rehabilitation
  • – Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage
  • – The repeated Bout Effect

Who’s it For:

  • Physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors & MSK rehabilitation professionals
  • Those involved in exericse prescription
  • Applicable to both upper and lower limb specialists

(The full course is delivered in 2 x 2-day courses: Level 1 and Level 2)

Topics:

  • Group & practical work in exercise & rehabilitaiton programme design for clinical populations using concepts introduced
  • Detailed evaluation of the scientific literature with clinical application, including:
  • Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage: mechanisms, impairments and adaptations
  • The Repeated-Bout Effect & how to use this to enhance rehabilitation
  • Prehabilitation: definition, intervention types, critical evaluation of its utility & key components that determine its success
  • The Cross-Education effect: how to train the opposite, unjured limb to promote strength gains in the injured limb
  • Non-Concurrent Rehabilitation: the utility and methods of separating strength and endurance rehabilitation exericse to minimise the interference effect and enhance clinical gains for no net cost in time or resources1
  • …and be prepared for some high-intensity exercise in the practical sessions for those willing volunteers