Restoring Functional Movement of the CORE: From Isolation to Integration
Featuring Jennifer Camhi PT, DPT, OCS, ATC
Saturday, October 12, 2019
New York, NY
About the Course..
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. For these reasons, clinicians must be able to assess and treat the trunk in a way that is congruent with the movement demands from every day life to sport and athletic activities. The focus of this course is to go beyond traditional assessment and treatment strategies that emphasize isolation of the abdominal wall. Assessment and corrective strategies will highlight the importance of static and active posture, breath and breathing patterns, resting patterns, and optimizing functional movement patterns.
This course provided an interactive learning atmosphere utilizing didactic lecture, with a predominant focus on lab demonstration and active participation. Clinicians, with either limited or advanced experience with movement patterns, will be able to effectively customize and integrate the evidence-based best practices gained from this course to meet the needs of a wide variety of patients in their clinical practice.
Who Attended? Physical Therapists, Physical Therapists Assistants, Athletic Trainers, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
About the Instructor
Jennifer Camhi PT, DPT, OCS, ATC
Jennifer received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2005 from A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona. She joined Athletes’ Performance (now rebranded as Exos) in January of 2006. In 2008 she became the Head of Physical Therapy Education, and Manager of Physical Therapy at their flagship location in Phoenix. Jennifer is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, a Functional Movement Screen Certified Specialist, and is certified in Dry Needling for both Pain and Sports Trauma. While at Athletes’ Performance, she had the opportunity to work with top professional and elite-level athletes evaluating dysfunctional movement patterns and focusing on corrective exercises for return to sport activity. Jennifer has lectured in a variety of settings and at national conferences on the topics of functional movement, rehabilitation and return to sports specific activity, both nationally and internationally. Originally from Newport Beach, California, Jennifer completed her undergraduate studies at Oregon State University with a BS in Exercise Science and Athletic Training. She still maintains her athletic training certification in addition to her other credentials.