20.- 21. September Fasziales Laufen
The 'Teach Me To Run' Workshop will help you understand the fundamentals of running bio-movements (biomechanics), efficient running form and how you can prepare yourself or clients to have a successful running career and decrease incidence of injuries. The concepts are based on arts and science of running movement.
This workshop is appropriate for a coach or fitness trainer who wants to improve your athletes’ running skill and decrease the perils of runninginjuries. It will also benefit the relatively experienced, novice, or want-to be runner who wants to improve their skill and efficiency in running. If you are a tri-athlete who wishes to decrease running time segment; a soccer or basketball player who wants to improve speed and explosive power this workshop is for you.
Learn from one of the leading experts: Dr. Wilbour Kelsick has been working with Canadian National and Olympic teams as a member of the official medical staff for over 15 years and 8 olympic games. He is a specialist in sports medicine and rehabilitation, presenting and teaching world wide. As one of the fascial pioneers he developped skills and drills fostering the connective tissues in his running approach 'teach me to run'.
Course Language: English
14.-16. Oktober Faszination Faszien – Anatomie des Beckenbodens
An drei Tagen den Faszien des Beckenbodens auf der Spur. In dem beeindruckenden Plastinarium in Guben gibt es ‘Anatomie zum Anfassen’ an Körperspendern und Plastinaten. Im Wechsel mit theroetischen Vorträgen und praktischen Übungen zum Thema ‘ der Beckenboden aus faszialer Sicht’ und die klinische Anwendung in Therapie und Training. Ein weiteres Highlight dieser außergewöhnlichen Weiterbildung ist die Telelecture mit der führenden Faszienanatomie Professorin Carla Stecco, Universität Padua.
Kurssprache deutsch, Telelecture Englisch
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21.- 23. October Advanced Concepts in Lumbopelvic Motor Control
This clinical workshop will present an integrated approach to motor control training in low back and pelvic pain. The comprehensive and individualized approach draws on latest developments in research and practice in the field of spine control.
Low back and pelvic pain is associated with motor control dysfunction. However, current models of training are often overly simplistic and static. Dynamic models of rehabilitation that integrate the function of the muscle and fascial system are required. Integral to this function is rehabilitation of the function of the deep muscles, including transversus abdominis, multifidus, pelvic floor and the diaphragm, which provide an opportunity to control intervertebral motion, without restricting mobility of the spine and pelvis. However, this must be integrated with training in an integrated functional manner including control coordination of breathing and continence in addition to their contribution to stability and protection of the spine and pelvis.
This course aims to provide participants with the skills to plan effective motor control interventions for low back pain utilizing latest evidence and providing skills to interpret and integrate research based evidence and clinical practice.
Learn from one of the leading experts: Paul Hodges University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia is a Professor and NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellow in the Division of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland and Director of the NHMRC Centre of Clinical Research Excellence in Spinal Pain, Injury and Health. Paul has doctorates in both physiotherapy and neuroscience and his work blends neurophysiological and biomechanical methods to understand the control of movement and stability and how this changes when people have pain.
Course Language: English