Dynamic Movement Assessment - Level II

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Dynamic Movement Assessment - Level II
$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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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

Section 1: Dynamic Movement Assessment-DMA. Modules 1-8
Section 2: The Female Athlete. Module 1
Section 3: Fatigue Pathokinematics and the Research.  Module 1
Section 4: Fatigue Dynamic Movement Assessment (FDMA). Modules 1-2
Section 5: Exercise Physiology: Applying the Basics with Advanced Clinical Knowledge. Modules 1-4
Section 6: TEAM TRAINING- From Assessment to Correctives. Modules 1-3

Section 7: DMA Driven Practice. Module 1

Final Test

Certificate of Completion

Course Evaluation

Details

Details

Run time: 5.0 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: 24-question test. Passing grade of 70% or higher required for certificate

Course Evaluation: Yes

Certificate of Completion: Yes

Workbook/Handout: Yes

Course Approvals/Certifications: 

ProCert has awarded certification in the amount of 5 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 Goals


  1. Describe considerations for physicals
  2. identify tips for scheduling
  3. Describe what to do next after physicals
  4. Summarize pre-participation education
  5. Demonstrate team training in a group setting
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: Dynamic Movement Assessment, DMA. Modules 1-8

1.  Correlate the patient history and confirm your hypothesis using standardized tests and the DMA to determine the root cause of an injury in the lower kinetic chain of a high school athlete.

2. Recognize 6 deviations that may be present during a FST, SUT, SLST, SLHT, PT or a SPT.

3. Implement a corrective exercise program for deficits found during a FST, SUT, SLST, SLHT and the PT.   

Section 2: The Female Athlete - Module 1

4. Distinguish 5 key differences between female and male body composition and structure that can affect growth, nutrition, performance and injury in the female athlete.

Section 3:  Fatigue Pathokinematics and the Research – Module 1

5. Based on current studies and knowing how fatigue impacts performance defend the utilization of the Fast-FP over the Slow- FP in the assessment of a D1 college athlete to determine risk of injury.

Section 4: Fatigue Dynamic Movement Assessment (FDMA) - Modules 1-2

6. Identify 3 Precautions a trainer, coach or PT should be cognizant of prior to implementing the FDMA.

Section 5: Exercise Physiology: Applying the Basics with Advanced Clinical Knowledge - Modules 1-4

7. Evaluate a D1 athlete’s training program to assess all the factors that contribute to substitution and revise the program accordingly.

8. Develop your own standardized, progressive plyometric training program for a D1 college basketball player.

Section 6: TEAM TRAINING- From Assessment to Correctives - Modules 1-3

9. Post season, critique and measure your own success by analyzing outcomes of D1 athletes that participated in the DMA, the FDMA and a corrective training program.

10. Defend your role as a movement expert, and not just a clinician, to ensure the proper integration of the DMA and FDMA in your practice

Section 7: DMA Driven Practice - Module 1

This unit is a review of the video in Section 6 Module 3

 

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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.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Instructor(s) Trent Nessler
Platform Online
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