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Product Detail

Runner’s Rehab Certificate
Online Course
$439.98 USD
$149.99 USD
Product Details
Format:
Online Course
Authors:
JAMEY GORDON, PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS
BILL PIERCE
SCOTT MURR
Publisher:
PESI Rehab
Copyright:
8/31/2020
CE Available:
Yes, See CE credit tab for complete continuing education details
Product Code:
CRS001374
Objectives
[+] [-] 063775 - Runner’s Rehab Master Class:
  1. Identify the latest advances in running rehabilitation and their implications for therapy
  2. Outline strategies for more quickly identifying the root causes of pain and functional limitations
  3. Integrate effective interventions that can be used immediately to eliminate pain, restore function, and improve running performance
  4. Combine multiple modalities effectively for better results, including joint and soft tissue mobilization, stretching and strengthening techniques, orthotics, functional movement assessment, exercise, and patient education
  5. Design advanced, innovative plans of care for a wide range of running impairments and performance enhancement goals
  6. Apply the assessments and interventions discussed in this seminar to a series of interactive case scenarios

[+] [-] 063890 - The Art and Science of the Perfect Run:
  1. Assess the principles of training.
  2. Examine physiological determinants of running performance.
  3. Describe the FIRST “3plus2” training program.
  4. Design an effective training program based on scientific principles.
  5. Utilize cross-training effectively to supplement running.
  6. Analyze running gait for recommending prehab and rehab stretches and strength training exercises.
  7. Evaluate how aging affects running performance.
  8. Utilize the 7-Hour Workout Week to enhance fitness while supporting healthy aging.

Outline
[+] [-] 063775 - Runner’s Rehab Master Class:
HOT TOPICS AND INNOVATIONS IN RUNNER’S HEALTH
  • How cutting edge research is helping patients cross the finish line
HANDS-ON LAB: UPGRADE YOUR ASSESSMENT AND CLINICAL REASONING SKILLS
  • Get to the root cause of impairments faster with better evaluation techniques for:
    • Foot, knee, shin, hip, and back pain
    • Movement dysfunction
    • Fascial and joint restrictions
    • Muscle tightness and weakness
    • Balance, stability and mobility
    • Nerve entrapments
HANDS-ON LAB: REVOLUTIONIZE YOUR REHAB TOOLBOX FOR RUNNING PATIENTS
  • Practice today’s most effective techniques to:
    • Correct and enhance movement
    • Eliminate pain
    • Loosen tight muscles
    • Decompress entrapped nerves
    • Reduce reinjury
    • Boost speed, power and endurance
    • Enhance balance, coordination, stability and mobility
    • Improve patient buy-in
HANDS-ON LAB: COMBINE MULTIPLE TECHNIQUES MORE EFFECTIVELY FOR BETTER RESULTS
  • Practice integrating:
    • Joint mobilization
    • Soft tissue mobilization
    • Stretching and strengthening techniques
    • Orthotics
    • Functional movement assessment and targeted corrections
    • Home exercise prescription
    • Patient education
HANDS-ON LAB: DESIGN ADVANCED TREATMENT AND PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT PLANS FOR YOUR PATIENTS
  • Develop effective, innovative strategies for specific impairments, including:
    • Foot and heel impairments
      • Plantar fasciitis
      • Heel and foot pronation
      • Tibial torsion
      • Tight heel cords
      • Pronation
    • Knee and thigh impairments
      • Patellofemoral pain syndrome
      • Tendinitis/tendinosis
      • Stress fractures
      • Shin splints
      • Iliotibial band friction syndrome
      • Tight/strained calves
      • Tight/strained hamstrings
      • Femoral acetabular impingement
      • Genu varum (bow legging)
      • Limb length discrepancy
    • Hip and back impairments
      • Mechanical imbalance
      • Pelvic imbalance
      • Spinal curvature
      • Degenerative disk
      • Sacroiliac dysfunctions
    • Age-related degeneration
      • Osteoarthritis
CASE STUDIES: PUT KNOWLEDGE TO PRACTICE
  • Case study 1: Correctly select the root cause of impairment
  • Case study 2: Identify and correct complex movement dysfunction
  • Case study 3: Evaluate and treat hip pain during running
  • Case study 4: Design an advanced treatment strategy and training plan for a high level athlete
  • Case study 5: Improve athletic performance and power output
  • Case study 6: Overcome barriers to effective strategy implementation
DON’T LEAVE MONEY ON THE TABLE!
  • Coding and billing updates for runner’s rehab
  • Justify therapy with the right progress measures
  • Avoid denials and audits with these tips

[+] [-] 063890 - The Art and Science of the Perfect Run:
Gait Analysis and Screening
  • Implement motion capture – Dartfish, Qualysis, Video
  • Strategies to Identify:
    • Faculty Mechanics
    • Muscular weakness
    • Poor flexibility
Assessments to Quickly Detect Issues: The Running Performance Model
  • Physiological factors responsible for running performance
  • Biomechanical factors responsible for running performance
  • Nutritional factors responsible for running performance
Run Less, Not Train Less: The FIRST Program
  • Apply to runners of all ages and abilities: 3 plus 2 program
  • Quality over quantity
  • Training with purpose
  • Functional strength training timeline
  • Flexibility exercises
  • Goal setting and prediction tables
  • Training programs for your clients
  • Determining workout intensity
Apply Principles of Training to Prevent Injury
  • Progressive overload
  • Specificity
  • Individual differences
  • Law of diminishing returns
  • Reversibility
Big Questions Answered! Tackle the Most Common Concerns
  • Heal-striking
  • Hamstring injury
  • Arthritis
  • Injury identification
  • Barefoot running
  • Running form
  • Orthotics
  • Running shoes
  • Running frequency
  • Weekly mileage
  • Running fast
  • Body weight
  • Stretching
  • Strength training
  • Cross-training
  • Running surface
Safe Returns: Getting Runners Back in Action Post-Injury
  • When is enough rest enough?
  • Tackling recurring injuries
  • Best practices to reduce risk of re-injury
Youth Forgives Many Sins – Work with Aging Runners
  • What happens to performance?
  • Which biological factors affect running?
  • Effects of psychological, social, and cultural factors
  • Alternatives and solutions for the aging runner
  • The 7-Hour workout week

Author

JAMEY GORDON, PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS

Jamey Gordon, PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS, is an expert in sports rehabilitation with over 20 years of experience guiding athletes to peak performance. Passionate about helping clients reach their full potential, he has worked with a host of professional athletes in the MLB, NFL, NBA, and Olympic levels, as well as thousands of youth, high school, collegiate, and recreational athletes. He serves as the director of athletic development at Pro X, where he oversees all rehabilitation, speed, strength, and agility training, and skill development activities.

Dr. Gordon travels nationally to present seminars on athletic development and sport rehabilitation, and he is known for his dynamic, hands-on teaching style. In addition, he serves as a fellowship mentor and clinical instructor for the physical therapy program at Washington University in St. Louis, his alma mater for both his master’s and Doctoral degrees.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Jamey Gordon is the Director of Athletic Development at Pro X. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Non-financial: Jamey Gordon has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.

BILL PIERCE

Dr. Bill Pierce chaired the Health Sciences Department at Furman University for three decades. He and FIRST have been featured in articles in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Business Week, Men’s Journal, Runner’s World and many other newspapers and magazines across the country. Pierce, listed as one of 10 marathon “supercoaches” by Runner’s World magazine, has made hundreds of presentations on fitness, wellness and running. As an intercollegiate athlete, he played on nationally ranked basketball teams and was a successful half-miler on the track team. He has captured many age-group awards in his 250 road races and 42 marathons, finishing the Boston Marathon in five different decades.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: William Pierce professor at Furman University. He is an author for Penguin Random House and receives royalties. Dr. Pierce receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Non-financial: William Pierce has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.

SCOTT MURR

Dr. Scott Murr, assistant professor in the health sciences department joined the Furman faculty in 1998. Dr. Murr has served as the Director of the Furman Fitness Center and Aquatics for 15 years and is also the Director of the Molnar Human Performance Laboratory. Scott Murr is a 35-year veteran in the sport of triathlon and has been running marathons even longer. From marathons to cycling centuries to triathlons, Scott has competed in over 300 endurance events. Scott is a 12-time Ironman Triathlon finisher, having competed in Ironman Europe, Ironman Canada, Ironman USA with six finishes at the Ironman Triathlon World Championship in Kona Hawaii.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Scott Murr is an assistant professor at Furman University. He is an author for Penguin Random House and receives royalties. Dr. Murr receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Non-financial: Scott Murr has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
Continuing Education Credits Awarded for Completion of Entire Package
[+] [-] Combined Continuing Education Credit From All Components
Breakdown of Continuing Education Credits by Components
[+] [-] 063775 - Runner’s Rehab Master Class:
[+] [-] 063890 - The Art and Science of the Perfect Run:
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  • Occupational Therapists
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  • Athletic Trainers
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  • Other Rehab Professionals