Fulcrum, Lever, Sport: Clinical Rehabilitation for Improved Performance and Injury Prevention Part 1
Part 1 of this 2-part course will explore a simple approach to practical clinical rehabilitation concepts and methods to enhance patient rehabilitation and injury prevention.
Upon completion of this course participants should be able to:
1. Explain and demonstrate the stability versus mobility bio-mechanics of human function.
2. Demonstrate effective measures (exercises and interventions) to improve the balance of stability versus mobility in a typical patient.
Michael Ross, DC, CSCS, DACRB (Moderator)
Dr. Michael Ross DC, CSCS, DACRB is a retired Seattle firefighter, Marine Corps combat veteran, and Sports and Exercise Rehabilitation Chiropractic Physician. He has completed countless triathlons and endurance events, including five Ironman Triathlons. His 24 years of clinical experience, combined with many years of competing in, as well as coaching for, endurance events, gives him a unique perspective on injury, rehabilitation, and endurance training. He has a relentless pursuit of evidence-based and research substantiated methods for training, coaching, clinical rehabilitation, and injury prevention. While these methods may not be as well-known as the current trends, Dr. Ross maintains an objective outlook rooted in science. He ensures continued success and remains in high demand of treating and coaching active individuals.
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