The material covered everything from how to establish foundational joint positions and mobility to when to progress or regress an athlete by modifying load, speed of movement, and fatigue. The curriculum covered orthopedic and neurophysiological principles with an even greater emphasis on practical application.
The feedback we received from the attendees was overwhelmingly positive and inspired us to begin performing seminars more formally and frequently. Many of the attendees mentioned that while other continuing education courses they had attended advocated for specialized methods or techniques that weren’t always generalizable or applicable to their practice setting, ours synthesized information they had hoped to obtain from other courses in a manner that was more global in sphere and easier to implement the following day.
Be on the lookout for upcoming seminar dates and an online medium covering similar material.