Assessing and identifying key components to target during rehabilitation
- Assessment and identiﬁcation of key components to target during rehabilitation
- Exercise prescription and progressions for rehabilitation
- Linear and multidirectional running pathomechanics, assessment and interventions
- Developing key progression criteria in rehabilitation
- Case examples
Following the course, participants will:
- Have developed or reﬁned skills in creating structured, individualised lower limb rehabilitation plans
- Have a better understanding of exercise progressions and load parameters to achieve the desired outcomes and client goals
- Be more effective in achieving positive transfer from the gym to complex movement tasks, such as running/change of direction mechanics
- Be conﬁdent to approach conditioning / re-conditioning in a rehabilitation setting
Who should attend?
The course is suitable for allied health professionals who are looking to develop and/or extend their skills in exercise prescription, particularly for lower limb conditions.
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
Paul holds masters’ degrees in Physiotherapy and Strength and Conditioning, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. He is a Clinic Partner at Allsports Physiotherapy Parkwood and has extensive experience across a wide range of sports. He has previously worked in high performance sport as the Head of Rehabilitation for the Gold Coast Titans. Paul is passionate about helping clinicians improve their understanding, precision and creativity when prescribing rehabilitation programs for people of all ages and abilities.
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