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  1. When The Feet Hit The Ground…Running

    This running injury management and prevention course is a two-day, 15 contact hour physical therapy continuing education seminar focused on getting the therapist up to speed on common running terms, running biomechanics, and assessment of the runner from head to toe.

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  2. When the Feet Hit the Ground...Everything Changes

    This 2-day lab-based 16-hour (1.6 CEU) Continuing Education course is designed to teach foot and ankle biomechanics and discuss the effects they have on the lower extremities.

    Course Location: May 19-20, 2018 | Jacksonville, FL

    Course Location: June 2-3, 2018 | San Diego, CA

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  3. Lower Extremity Orthopedic and Sports Injuries in the Young Athlete

    Youth sport participation rates continue to increase. Concomitant with an increase in sport participation is an increase in both overuse and traumatic injury. Post-injury, many youth athletes have an expectation of returning to their previous health and level of function as quickly as possible. These expectations... Read More

  4. Level I: IASTM Fundamentals

    This 8-hour course covers the basic skills necessary and to safely begin Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) techniques. In this introductory skills acquisition course, participants will receive hands-on instruction in the proper use of IASTM through a lab-focused teaching format. The course will... Read More

  5. Level 2: Advanced IASTM

    This 8-hour course builds on the principles covered in the introductory IASTM course. Using a case-study lab-focused teaching format, advanced treatment strokes are introduced and problem solving skills are emphasized. This course includes the utilization of motion with IASTM and multi-regional treatment concept... Read More

  6. Geriatric Fractures and Joint Replacements

    Today's seniors (the 65 and over population) continue to maintain an active lifestyle and they are being diagnosed with multiple orthopedic injuries and movement dysfunctions. Many seniors are requiring a sports medicine approach to rehabilitation so they can effectively return to their activities. Are we deliver... Read More

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