Dynamic Movement Assessment: Move to Improve (Part 2) The DMA & Knowledge Gained to Drive Interventions

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Dynamic Movement Assessment: Move to Improve (Part 2) The DMA & Knowledge Gained to Drive Interventions
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1 hour

Presented by: Trent Nessler

This class will address Exercise Physiology 401, Differential Dx common pathokinematics, and preliminary results of the two-year D1 soccer study.

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Description

This class will address Exercise Physiology 401, Differential Dx common pathokinematics, and preliminary results of the two-year D1 soccer study.

Details

Run Time: 1 hour

Attendee: Physical Therapists, PTA's, Students, Athletic Trainers

Required Equipment: Personal Computer, Tablet, or Smartphone with access to Broadband Internet (<1.4 mbps)

Examination: 8 question test. Passing grade of 70% or higher required for certificate

Course Evaluation: Yes

Certificate of Completion: Yes

Workbook/Handout: No

Outline

Module I

15 min.  DMA (Part 1): Section One

18 min.  DMA (Part 1): Section Two

17 min.  DMA (Part 1): Section Three

Final Test

Certificate of Completion

Course Evaluation

Learning Goals

Upon completion of this class, you should be able to:

  • Define terminology used when referring to human movement
  • Describe the impact of movement on length tension curve, biomechanical loading of tissues, and pain/inhibition
  • Understand segmental analysis of pathokinematics on links in kinetic chain, and the physiology behind the Dynamic Movement Assessment
Behavioral Objectives

Upon completion of this class, you should be able to:

1.  Following post testing in the female soccer athlete, choose 3 preliminary results of the intervention group.

2.  Integrate the use of video taping a DMA in your examination of the college level athlete for review and comparative purposes.

3.  For the college athlete, explain both the ladder drill and the L cone drill.

4.  Identify 4 potential, clinical observations in which fatigue may impact on your follow up DMA in the college athlete.

5.  Identify 5 contributing factors that affect substitution in movement patterns during a practice session of the college athlete.

6.  Given a college athlete in rehabilitation for X dysfunction, identify 3 strategies to optimize motor learning.

7.  Apply 2 types of manual cues /perturbations in the treatment and retraining of the college athlete with lumbar hip disassociation.

8.  Integrate 2 dynamic flexibility exercises in the corrective treatment of the college athlete with lower extremity pathokinematics.

Description

Details

This class will address Exercise Physiology 401, Differential Dx common pathokinematics, and preliminary results of the two-year D1 soccer study.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Instructor(s) Trent Nessler
Platform Online
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