New seminar just out with onlinece.com
Core stability is the new lucrative trend in the Rehab and Sports
Industry but what is the actual core according to the new evidence? What are the
anatomical integrations of muscle, fascia, neural and the emotional components that are
involved in efficient trunk stability? Why are our patients tight, stiff or collapsing? Why
are so many of our athletes in significant dysfunction? This seminar is heavily evidence
based on multiple theories on the core and the overriding affects of the global muscle
groups, the latest studies on respiration and the diaphragm and its far-ranging effects on
the trunk. Dysfunction of the respiratory complex, trunk muscular imbalances, muscular
inhibition and weakness, myofascial restrictions, all have significant effects on posture
and trunk stability.
Multiple lab videos in this seminar will deal with muscle length evaluations, core
evaluation, respiratory facilitation and a functional core training program that can be
utilized with heavily involved patients right up to and including performance athletes.
This seminar will enable the student to connect the negative effects of dysfunction of the
diaphragm and the dysfunctional core to specific pathologies and generate answers on the
management of these pathologies.
Two recent reviews of the seminar for your information.
|New Survey Results for||Core Stability 201|
|How I would rate the course just Taken:||excellent|
|Do you feel the educational objectives for this course were met?||yes|
|Would I take another online course from this instructor||yes|
|How many hours of online CE do I plan on taking this year||6 – 10|
|Would I recommend a friend to www.OnlineCE.com?||yes|
|Did you find the site easy to use?:||Yes|
|The Online format is appropriate for the material presented?:||Strongly Agree|
|My feedback on this course:|
|A very good and informative course, presented in a clear and organized fashion. Thank you.