The objectives of the lower extremity seminar are to learn a thought process by: 1) Understanding movement as a product of motor skill acquisition and 2) Learning how to interpret findings to provide clinical/performance relevance. Focus will be given to a ground up approach starting with foot function, lower limb compliance and control, coordination between the lower extremity and core, and capacity to accept eccentric load.
- Introduction to the AMA system which includes a review of movement variability, motor learning, and the role of the lower kinetic chain.
- Application of movement sciences - strategies and movement errors, regional interdependence, and augmented feedback.
- Review of pre-requisite, core, and complex lower extremity protocols.
- Live demonstrations and an interactive hands-on format.
- You will have transferable skills to immediately use in your practice.
You will be able to prioritize the most important intervention for your athlete-patient.
- You will think about and observe movement at an advanced level.
- You will have an adaptable thought process that enhances and guides your current and future skill set (chiro, physio, trainer etc.).
- You will understand concepts of movement variability, motor learning, and skill acquisition with relevance to each athlete-patient you see.
- You will have increased buy-in from your athlete-patient.