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Mike Reiman: Strength and Conditioning for the Practicing Clinician
Open Seats 21
2018-8-4
8:00 am
-2018-8-5
3:00 pm
Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Series-Richmond
Open Seats 2
2018-9-15
8:00 am
-2019-2-17
5:00 pm

Mike Reiman: Strength and Conditioning for the Practicing Clinician


Aug 4,2018 - Aug 5,2018 Time: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Strength and Conditioning for the Practicing Clinician

Exercise prescription and progression are paramount clinical skills to the practicing clinician. The majority of literature discussing strength and conditioning principles is founded in the athletic and personal training environments without much concern for pathology. This course will discuss strength and conditioning principles in normal individuals as well as those with pathology. Healing restraints and guidelines will be discussed. The attending participant will have the opportunity to trial various exercises cognizant of different pathologies and utilize clinical decision making to differentiate how to modify strength and conditioning principles to an individual with pathology. Case studies will be utilized to support the course participants knowledge of the material. Additionally, open discussions on pros and cons of various exercises will be utilized. This will be a very interactive class with participants performing exercises to their tolerance. Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to:
  1. Describe strength and conditioning parameters best suited for various client goals (e.g. strength, endurance, power, balance).
  2. Describe healing time-frames, restraints and cautions dependent on injured tissue (e.g. tendon, ligament, cartilage, bone).
  3. Describe and implement a training program for a client rehabilitating from injury involving various tissue injuries (e.g. tendon, ligament, bone).
  4. Describe and modify a training program based on psycho-social issues of the rehabilitation client.
  5. Utilizing case studies, write a rehabilitation program for an injured client with respect to healing restraints, occupation/sport, psycho-social environment, etc.
DAY 1
8:00-10:00 ·         Introduction ·         Strength and conditioning training parameters relative to the non-injured client ·         Healing time-frames and restraints for various pathological tissue (e.g. cartilage, tendon, ligament, bone)
10:00-10:15 BREAK
10:15-12:00 ·         Strength and conditioning training parameters relative to the injured athlete and specific tissue involvement ·         Introduction to International Classification of Function Model (ICF)
12:00-1:00 LUNCH
1:00-3:00 ·         Psycho-social concerns of the injured client ·         ICF model stratification of injuried client(s) o   Assessment of impairments, activity limitations & participation restrictions o   Delineation of body structure o   Contextual & environmental factors
3:00-3:15 BREAK
3:15-5:30 ·         Case introduction o   Teams to list and describe: §  Bio-psycho-social factors involved in case §  Injured tissue and expected healing time-frame
DAY 2
8:00-10:00 ·         Review of day 1 material ·         Discussion of specific pathology modifications when prescribing exercise o   Modifications based on ICF model
10:00-10:15 BREAK
10:15-12:00 ·         Assessment and monitoring of load (intrinsic and extrinsic)
12:00-1:00 LUNCH
1:00-3:30 ·         Completion of cases, implementation and performance of various phases of rehabilitation program and group discussion: o   Impairments, activity limitations, participation restrictions o   Strength and conditioning parameters utilized and how they were modified o   Load, body structure, impairments, contextual and environmental factor concerns ·         Review and conclusion of course
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Location

PRO Physical Therapy
3127 Valley Avenue
Winchester, VA 22601

Event Fees:

Early Bird Registration $ 400.00
Regular Registration $ 450.00
VOMPTI Resident/Faculty $ 0.00

Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Series-Richmond


Sep 15,2018 - Feb 17,2019 Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
This series of continuing education programs is based on a clinical reasoning model and emphasizes evidence-based examination and treatment.  The course series covers all body regions and incorporates a variety of interventions. The goal of the series is to provide the physical therapist with a comprehensive continuing professional education course and fully prepare them for the ABPTS Orthopedic Clinical Specialty Examination.   This framework will enable the participant to practice in a more efficient and focused manner through the development of clinical skills and a clinical reasoning thought process. The student to instructor (7:1 max), repetition of examination and treatment techniques, and the opportunity to practice clinical reasoning skills will enhance comprehension and retention. Case studies will assist with clinical pattern formation along with the integration of different manual therapy approaches. The use of continuous open discussion will facilitate student/instructor feedback. The course series will provide the clinician with the opportunity to develop the tools to learn from every patient they encounter.

Location

VCU School of Physical Therapy
1200 East Broad Street
Richmond, Virginia 23298

Event Fees:

Full Registration $ 2500.00
Deposit $ 500.00
VOMPTI Resident Registration $ 0.00


 

 

Refund and Cancellation

Individuals who find it necessary to cancel may receive a refund, less a 10% processing fee. To receive a refund you must submit written notification at least 7 days before the course date.  The entire course fee may be transferred to another VOMPTI sponsored course for that same calendar year, or as approved by the VOMPTI Director.  The course sponsor reserves the ability to cancel the course within 15 days or in the event of circumstances beyond our control and assumes no responsibility for expenses incurred by participants. In the event of cancellation by the sponsor, a full tuition refund will be provided.

Please note this cancellation policy is for all courses other than the Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Series.  Click here to see the policy specific to the OMPTS.