Course Content:

Assessing and identifying key components to target during rehabilitation

  • Local and integrated movement assessments
  • Local and integrated strength/power assessments

Exercise prescription and progressions for rehabilitation

  • Local muscle and compound movements

Linear and multidirectional running pathomechanics assessment and interventions

  • High speed running
  • Running economy
  • Acceleration
  • Deceleration
  • Change of direction

Testing and programming cardiovascular conditioning

  • Running
  • Off-feet

Program integration

  • Key progression criteria
  • Case studies

Presenter’s Bio:

Paul  Scurfield

MPhty, MSc, BExSc

Paul holds master’s degrees in Physiotherapy and Strength and Conditioning, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. He has previously worked in high performance sport as the rehabilitation physiotherapist for the Gold Coast Titans.

Master of Physiotherapy (MPhty), Griffith University, Gold Coast
Master of Strength and Conditioning (MSc), St Mary’s University, Twickenham
Bachelor of Exercise Science (BExSc), Griffith University, Gold Coast


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