Dynamic Movement Assessment - Level I

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Dynamic Movement Assessment - Level I
$349.00

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Presented by: Trent Nessler

A.C.L., LLC is uncompromisingly driven by our mission to profoundly reduce injuries and dramatically improve performance in athletics using the most technologically advanced, research based movement assessment techniques and interventions.

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Description

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A.C.L., LLC's Mission Satement


A.C.L., LLC is uncompromisingly driven by our mission to profoundly reduce injuries and dramatically improve performance in athletics using the most technologically advanced, research based movement assessment techniques and interventions.

Outline

Module 1: Movement Pathokinematics and the Research. Units 1-14
Module 2: What Tools are Available to Assess Pathokinematics? Units 1-6
Module 3: Dynamic Movement Assessment. Units 1-9
Module 4: The Corrective Exercise Program: What Works and What Does Not? Units 1-4
Module 5: 3D Driven DMA Practice. Units 1-5
Module 6: 3D DMA. Units 1-2

Final Test

Certificate of Completion

Course Evaluation

Details

Details

Run Time: 8.0 hours

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

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

Examination: 22-question test. Passing grade of 70% or higher required for certificate

Course Evaluation: Yes

Certificate of Completion: Yes

Workbook/Handout: Yes

ProCert has awarded certification in the amount of 7 Continuing Competence Units (CCUs) to this activity. CCUs are a unit of relative value of an activity based on its evaluation against a rigorous and comprehensive set of standards representing the quality of an activity. The CCU determination is a valuation applying many factors including, but not limited to, duration of the activity. No conclusion should be drawn that CCUs correlate to time (e.g. hours).

Learning Goals

Learning Objectives


  1. Explain where training goes wrong
  2. Describe the role of education and correction of foundational movements in developing an effective exercise program
  3. Describe elements of the first session including: SNMR, LHD, Dynamic Stretches
  4. Summarize how to implement the program and develop it
Behavioral Objectives

If participants seize the opportunity to learn throughout the course, then they will have the opportunity to become knowledgeable regarding the following;

Section 1: Movement, Pathokinematics and the Research - 

Modules 1-14

Module 5:  Kinetic Chain/Stability Vs. Mobility

1. Explain the 3 systems involved in the Kinetic Chain and the relevance to movement, injury, and injury prevention in the college level athlete.

Module 8:  Pathokinematics

2. Evaluate the presence of a “Trendelenburg” in the dynamic movement assessment of a college level athlete.

Module 12: Contributing Factors/Caution

3. Defend the necessity of core training, the role of the hip muscles and proprioception on reducing the risk of injury in the non-contact sport athlete.  

Section 2: What Tools are Available to Assess Pathokinematics? 

Modules 1-6

Module 1: Tools Available to Assess Pathokinematics/Evaluation

4. Recognize 4 criteria that must be met prior to implementing a DMA in an athlete recovering from an ACL injury or surgery.  

Module 6: Next 3 Critical Tests/Performance Assessment of Symmetry

5. Integrate 3 tests for core stability assessment in a college level athlete.

Section 3: Dynamic Movement Assessment - Modules 1-9

Module 2: Why DMA was developed/Automate Movement Assessment

6. Defend the rationale for the development of the DMA.

Module 6: Plank Test/Side Plank Test- One over the other

7. Incorporate a side plank test in the core stability assessment of a college level.

Module 7: Thomas Test Demonstration

8. Incorporate the Thomas test in the flexibility assessment of a college level athlete with hip ROM restrictions.

Section 4: The Corrective Exercise Program: What works and what does not - Modules 1-4

Module 1: Corrective Exercise: Where to Begin?

9. Educate a patient with lower extremity weakness in 2 core movements correctly, to improve overall functional movement patterns.

Module 4: Program Development/Group Exercise

10. Coordinate Program development for corrective movement patterns for a D1 athlete with an athletic trainer or coach.

Section 5: 3D Driven DMA Practice – Modules 1-5

Building your Brand, Integrating DMA into Practice, DMA Referring MD.

11. Research your demographic region and decide where your potential market for referrals may be.

12. Coordinate appropriate billing procedures using the DMA for both cash paying patients and insurance.

Section 6: 3D DMA. Modules 1-2

No Behavioral Objectives- A Demo of Software and Tools available for purchase.

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A.C.L., LLC is uncompromisingly driven by our mission to profoundly reduce injuries and dramatically improve performance in athletics using the most technologically advanced, research based movement assessment techniques and interventions.
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Additional Information

Instructor(s) Trent Nessler
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