Hickey Park, 35 Babarra Street, Stafford, QLD 4053
4th April 2020
Parking available – no cost
Early Bird Cut off: 14th March 2020
In this course we break down the key considerations in exercise prescription for the shoulder.
We will review the functional anatomy of the shoulder, general principles behind exercise selection and programming, and use case studies to practically address how the role of client differential and diagnostic tests dictate exercise selection and the direction of the program.
- Review shoulder muscles and their movements
- Understand the shoulder stability and mobility relationship
- Review stages of training and FITT-VP principles
- Use a process of hypothetico-deductive reasoning to confidently identify nature of shoulder dysfunctions
- Understand how the client differential and diagnostic tests affect decision making in relation to the focus of programming, exercise selection and progression.
Working in groups to apply these principles in a practical manner to a variety of case studies, participants will develop a clear process to guide decision making from the client differential to program development, application and progression.