Biofeedback & Neuromuscular Re-education in Sports & Orthopedic Medicine (9/17/19) $0.00

Biofeedback & Neuromuscular Re-education in Sports & Orthopedic Medicine (9/17/19)

Biofeedback & Neuromuscular Re-education in Sports & Orthopedic Medicine (9/17/19)


Join PT Russ Paine as he discusses the role of biofeedback and neuromuscular re-education in modern sports medicine and rehabilitation. He will review the history of the modality, common applications, benefits, and tools for implementing the latest and most effective techniques in your clinic. Learn how he employs simple, powerful tactics to improve patient experience and, most importantly, outcomes.

Learning objectives:

  • Biological basis of biofeedback and voluntary contraction
  • Practical applications for specific diagnostic groups
  • First-hand experience with user-friendly, effective techniques



September 17th, 2019 7:00 p.m. CST


Russ Paine, PT

About the Instructor:


Russ Paine has a long career in sports medicine, having served as rehabilitation consultant to the Houston Astros, Houston Rockets, and NASA. Currently the Director of Sports Medicine Rehabilitation at UT Physicians in Houston, TX, he continues to devote his time to research and education while maintaining a busy sports medicine clinical practice. Russ is known for his experience in sports medicine with special interests in injuries to the knee and shoulder, as well as golfing injuries and conditioning. His client list includes many professional athletes who have sought his expertise to help them recover to their prior level of function.

Russ is also involved on a national level with sports medicine education: he serves on the planning committee of the Sports Physical Therapy Section Team Concept Meeting, is a founding member of the ICCUS society, and is a member of the AOSSM. Paine received the Career Service Award from the American Sports Medicine Institute in 2009 from Dr. James Andrews and was inducted into the Sports Physical Therapy Hall of Fame in 2018. As a well-established author and lecturer on topics related to sports medicine, he has lectured at over 500 meetings in the US and abroad. He has published 25 chapters in textbooks and over thirty research articles in peer review journals.