by Mai-Linh Dovan M.Sc., CAT(C)
Certified Athletic Therapist
Founder, Rehab-U | Movement & Performance Therapy
How do you as a trainer or therapist bridge the gap from injury to performance? How do you build strength during the rehab process? This is critical to ensure you become an asset to your clients during their rehabilitation.
Level 2 Movement Optimization is a 2-day live course that addresses the importance of strength in the continuum of care. This course focuses on rehab periodization to effectively manage load, drive progress, and maximize performance while still protecting the injury.
Common injuries such as rotator cuff and patellofemoral tendinopathy, hip impingement and low back pain are extensively covered to provide you with the know-how to build optimal rehab training programs.
The Level 1 course is not a prerequisite to join this course.
Movement Optimization is about identifying and addressing the specific functional barriers that limit your movement (mobility, stability and motor control) and prevent you from achieving your optimal performance potential. This 12-week package provides you with a specific regimen that can be utilized as a stand-alone program or as an add-on to your current training regimen/performance programming. Where needed, we work in collaboration with your strength coach/trainer to integrate appropriate correctives that target movement deficits specific to your training to optimize performance and prevent injury.
Your 12-week session begins with a Skype kick-off call where we discuss your current training regimen and areas for improvement. A second Skype call will follow post-assessment, so that we can discuss our findings and explain the prescribed programming. Videos of all prescribed exercises are accessible in the video library. Your strength coach/trainer is welcome to participate in all Skype calls.
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