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Restoring Functional Movement of the CORE

Multiple Dates

New York, NY

The goal of this course is to reexamine the core in a more expanded role as it relates to the upper and lower extremities, and creates the foundation for kinetic linking. The creation of optimal movement relies on the ability of the core to efficiently create and transfer energy through the body to the extremities. Failure of the core to provide sufficient proximal stability will result in dysfunction and pain that can occur anywhere in the body. 




Restoring Functional Movement of the Upper Extremity

November 14, 2020

New York, NY

This course provides a unique view into common movement patterns of the upper extremity that are an integral part of both everyday and sport activity. These movement patterns are evident across all populations regardless of age and ability. Often patients develop dysfunction and compensatory patterns that alter these basic movements, particularly in the overhead ranges of motion. This course will teach how to properly assess upper quarter dysfunction through static and active postural assessment, including the influence of breath and breathing patterns. 




Restoring Functional Movement of the Lower Extremity

June 6, 2020

New York, NY

This course will teach how to properly assess and retrain lower extremity movement patterns, as well as how to apply them to training patients for return to functional activity. Participants will gain knowledge of how to decrease risk for injury of the lower extremity and additionally improve functional performance. The course will provide an interactive learning atmosphere utilizing didactic lecture, but predominantly focusing on lab demonstration and active participation.




Evidence Based Treatment for the Whole Body: Gentle Effective Manual Therapy

June 13-14, 2020

New York, NY

Traditionally, joint dysfunction, and dense connective tissue restrictions have been evaluated from the perspective of addressing a patient’s primary complaint, that of a symptom-producing dysfunction. If not symptomatic, major joints are typically not evaluated beyond posture and gross motion. Yet recent works have brought forth the concept of regional-dependence. For example, the role of thoracic mobilization for the treatment of primary neck pain and motion restriction has lent support to that concept. In a much larger context, the entire body is in fact an integrated whole.



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