Rehabilitation - Athletic Trainer

Rehab 193
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Therapeutic Programs for Musculoskeletal Programs Involving the Pelvis

1.0

  • Describe 3 key characteristics of sacroiliac joint dysfunction, piriformis syndrome and pelvic dysfunction
  • List 3 therapeutic modalities for each of the above conditions
  • Analyze 2 manual therapy techniques for each of the above conditions
  • Describe 3 key components of the home exercise program

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Rehab 192
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Therapeutic Programs for Musculoskeletal Programs Involving the Lumbar Region

3.0

  • Describe 3 key characteristics of the following conditions: lumber facet/arthrosis/spondylosis, lumbar disc pathology, lumbar radiculopathy, lumbar spondylolysis and spondylolosthesis, spinal stenosis and other lumbar spine disorders
  • List 3 therapeutic modalities for each of the above conditions
  • Analyze 2 manual therapy techniques for each of the above conditions
  • Describe 3 key components of the home exercise program

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Rehab 191
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Therapeutic Programs for Musculoskeletal Programs Involving the Neck

2.0

  • Outline the characteristic pattern of symptoms for cervical facet arthopathy, disc pathology and radiculopathy
  • Describe 2 diagnostic criteria for cervical facet arthopathy, disc pathology and radiculopathy
  • Summarize 3 components of manual therapy for cervical facet arthopathy, disc pathology and radiculopathy
  • Discuss 2 specialized techniques for the treatment of cervical facet arthopathy, disc pathology and radiculopathy

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Rehab 190
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Therapeutic Programs for Musculoskeletal Programs Involving the Foot and Ankle

2.0

  • Outline 3 key characteristics of various foot and ankle injuries including lateral ankle sprains, chronic ankle instability, Achilles tendinopathy, posterior tibial tendinopathy, plantar fasciitis and other ankle disorders
  • Summarize and list 3 treatment guidelines for all of the injuries listed above
  • Define which modality is used for diagnosing each of the above pathologies
  • Provide an outline of 3 exercises used in the rehab of each foot and ankle injury listed above
  • Define 2 specialized techniques used for each of the foot and ankle injuries listed above

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Rehab 189
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Therapeutic Programs for Musculoskeletal Programs Involving the Knee

3.0

  • Outline 3 key characteristics of various knee injuries including OA, patellofermoral syndrome, patellar and quadriceps tendinopathy, ligament sprains, meniscal tears, iliotibial band friction syndrome and other knee disorders
  • Summarize and list 3 treatment guidelines for all of the injuries listed above
  • Define which modality is used for diagnosing each of the above pathologies
  • Provide an outline of 3 exercises used in the rehab of each knee pathology listed above
  • Define 2 specialized techniques used for each of the knee pathologies listed above

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Rehab 188
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Therapeutic Programs for Musculoskeletal Programs Involving the Hip

3.0

  • Summarize 5 characteristics and clinical features of hip osteoarthritis
  • Outline 5 components of the rehab program for hip osteoarthritis
  • Summarize 5 characteristics and clinical features of iliopsoas tendinopathy and bursopathy
  • Outline 5 components of the rehab program for iliopsoas tendinopathy and bursopathy
  • Summarize 5 characteristics and clinical features of greater trochanteric pain syndrome
  • Outline 5 components of the rehab program for greater trochanteric pain syndrome
  • Summarize 5 characteristics and clinical features of hamstring strains and tendinopathy
  • Outline 5 components of the rehab program for hamstring strains and tendinopathy
  • Describe diagnostic criteria for each of the following conditions noted above

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Rehab 187
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Therapeutic Programs for Musculoskeletal Programs Involving the Wrist and Hand

1.0

  • Summarize 5 characteristics and clinical features of DeQuervain's tenosynovitis
  • Outline 5 components of the rehab program for DeQuervain's tenosynovitis
  • Summarize 5 characteristics and clinical features of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Outline 5 components of the rehab program for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Summarize 5 characteristics and clinical features of Carpometacarpal Osteoarthritis
  • Outline 5 components of the rehab program for Carpometacarpal Osteoarthritis
  • Describe diagnostic criteria for each of the following conditions: DeQuervain's, CTS and Carpometacarpal Osteoarthritis

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Rehab 186
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Therapeutic Programs for Musculoskeletal Programs Involving the Elbow

2.0

  • Define 3 key clinical features of lateral epicondylopathy
  • Outline and describe 4 therapeutic interventions included in a rehab program for lateral epicondylopathy
  • Define 3 clinical features of medial epicondylopathy
  • Outline and describe 4 therapeutic interventions included in a rehab program for medial epicondylopathy
  • Define key clinical features of olecranon bursitis, distal biceps tendinopathy, ulnar neuropathy and ulnar collateral ligament injury
  • Outline and describe 2 therapeutic interventions included in a rehab program for olecranon bursitis, distal biceps tendinopathy, ulnar neuropathy and ulnar collateral ligament injury

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Rehab 185
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Therapeutic Programs for Musculoskeletal Programs Involving the Shoulder

3.0

  • Outline and describe 4 therapeutic interventions included in a rehab program for shoulder impingement syndrome
  • List and describe 6 physical examinations used for assessing shoulder impingement syndrome
  • Define the key clinical features of rotator cuff tendinopathy
  • Outline and describe 4 therapeutic interventions included in a rehab program for rotator cuff tendinopathy
  • Define the key clinical features of glenohumeral osteoarthritis
  • Outline and describe 4 therapeutic interventions included in a rehab program for glenohumeral osteoarthritis
  • Define the key clinical features of glenohumeral joint instability
  • Outline and describe 4 therapeutic interventions included in a rehab program for glenohumeral joint instability
  • Define the key clinical features of adhesive capsulitis
  • Outline and describe 4 therapeutic interventions included in a rehab program for adhesive capsulitis

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Rehab 184
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Part I: Leg Pain in the Athlete: Stress Fractures, Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, and External Compartment Syndromes
Part II: Tibial Shaft Fractures

5.0

Part I: Leg Pain in the Athlete: Stress Fractures, Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, and External Compartment Syndromes
  • Discuss the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and treatment options for stress fractures, medial tibial stress syndrome, and external compartment syndromes
  • Describe the clinical presentation and differential diagnosis that should be performed with stress fractures, medial tibial stress syndrome, and external compartment syndromes
  • Outline and describe nonoperative treatment for stress fractures, medial tibial stress syndrome, and external compartment syndromes
  • Outline and describe postoperative rehab after stress fractures, medial tibial stress syndrome, and external compartment syndromes
  • Review evidenced-based resources for the diagnosis, treatment and management of stress fractures, medial tibial stress syndrome, and external compartment syndromes
Part II: Tibial Shaft Fractures
  • Discuss the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and treatment options for tibial shaft fractures
  • Describe the clinical presentation and differential diagnosis that should be performed with tibial shaft fractures
  • Outline and describe nonoperative treatment for tibial shaft fractures
  • Outline and describe postoperative rehab after tibial shaft fractures
  • Review evidenced-based resources for the diagnosis, treatment and management of tibial shaft fractures

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Rehab 183
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Shoulder Rehabilitation

4.0

  • Incorporate biomechanical principles of the shoulder as they relate to prevention and postinjury or postsurgical rehabilitation for specific injuries
  • Associate anatomic structures of the shoulder to particular injuries based on function of the structures during the pitching act
  • Explain the role of the rotator cuff in shoulder arthrokinematics and prevention of injury
  • Develop a rehabilitation program for specific pathologic shoulder conditions that takes into account the biomechanical function and healing parameters for the anatomic structures involved
  • Advance an athlete through phases of shoulder rehabilitation based on specific criteria for progression
  • Incorporate rehabilitation limitations and concerns for specific postinjury and postsurgical pathologic shoulder conditions

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Rehab 182 - 183
Rehabilitation of Thigh and Knee Injuries and Shoulder Rehabilitation

6.0

Rehabilitation of the LE: Thigh and Knee Injuries

• Identify common muscular injuries involving the quadriceps, hamstring, and groin areas.
• Recall typical sports-related injuries to the thigh and apply appropriate treatment and rehabilitation strategies.
• Apply different rehabilitation strategies based on stages of healing for soft tissue injuries of the thigh.
• Recognize appropriate activities to increase muscular strength and endurance for the hamstring, quadriceps, and groin muscle groups.
• Identify appropriate functional activities for rehabilitation of thigh injuries.
• Identify activities that may cause detrimental stress on a healing/reconstructed anterior cruciate ligament, posterior cruciate ligament, medial collateral ligament, or lateral collateral ligament.
• Identify activities that may cause detrimental stress on the patellofemoral joint.
• Develop appropriate rehabilitation programs for athletes with a variety of knee injuries.
• Determine when to advance an athlete's rehabilitation program by using specifi c measurable criteria.
• Discuss the reliability, sensitivity, and specificity of arthrometry, lower extremity functional tests, and isokinetics.
• Interpret information obtained from an arthrometer, lower extremity functional tests, and measures of strength.

Shoulder Rehabilitation

• Incorporate biomechanical principles of the shoulder as they relate to prevention and postinjury or postsurgical rehabilitation for specific injuries.
• Associate anatomic structures of the shoulder to particular injuries based on function of the structures during the pitching act.
• Explain the role of the rotator cuff in shoulder arthrokinematics and prevention of injury.
• Develop a rehabilitation program for specific pathologic shoulder conditions that takes into account the biomechanical function and healing parameters for the anatomic structures involved.
• Advance an athlete through phases of shoulder rehabilitation based on specific criteria for progression.
• Incorporate rehabilitation limitations and concerns for specific postinjury and postsurgical pathologic shoulder conditions.


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Rehab 182
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Rehabilitation of the Lower Extremity: Thigh and Knee Injuries

2.0

  • Identify common muscular injuries involving the quadriceps, hamstring, and groin areas
  • Recall typical sports-related injuries to the thigh and apply appropriate treatment and rehabilitation strategies
  • Apply different rehabilitation strategies based on stages of healing for soft tissue injuries of the thigh
  • Recognize appropriate activities to increase muscular strength and endurance for the hamstring, quadriceps, and groin muscle groups
  • Identify appropriate functional activities for rehabilitation of thigh injuries
  • Identify activities that may cause detrimental stress on a healing/reconstructed anterior cruciate ligament, posterior cruciate ligament, medial collateral ligament, or lateral collateral ligament
  • Identify activities that may cause detrimental stress on the patellofemoral joint
  • Develop appropriate rehabilitation programs for athletes with a variety of knee injuries
  • Determine when to advance an athlete's rehabilitation program by using specifi c measurable criteria
  • Discuss the reliability, sensitivity, and specificity of arthrometry, lower extremity functional tests, and isokinetics
  • Interpret information obtained from an arthrometer, lower extremity functional tests, and measures of strength

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Rehab 181
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Plyometric Training and Drills

2.0

  • Explain the fundamental basis of plyometric training, its origins, and its applications
  • Describe the mechanical and neuromuscular physiologic processes involved in the stretch-shortening cycle and how it applies to plyometrics
  • Describe the important clinical considerations surrounding the appropriate use of plyometrics in the orthopedic and sports medicine rehabilitation setting
  • Describe and apply important fundamentals for the use of plyometrics as a rehabilitation tool, including pretraining assessment, application of exercise prescription principles, and injury prevention
  • Design a basic plyometric training program at low-, medium-, and high-intensity levels
  • Use a variety of upper and lower extremity plyometric exercises as a part of the rehabilitation process

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Rehab 180
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Rehabilitation Considerations for the Female Athlete

1.0

  • Explain the biomechanical and neuromuscular factors that predispose females to lower extremity injury
  • Relate biomechanical and neuromuscular factors to the lower extremity injuries more commonly experienced by females
  • Describe specific rehabilitation interventions targeting the neuromuscular and biomechanical risk factors associated with lower extremity injury in female athletes

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Rehab 179
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Aquatic Rehabilitation

2.0

  • Explain the physical properties of water, including buoyancy, hydrostatic pressure, viscosity, and fluid dynamics
  • Identify the effect of immersion on weight bearing and appropriately apply weight-bearing guidelines in a clinical situation
  • Explain the physiologic responses of water immersion
  • Compare and contrast the physiologic response of exercise on land and in water
  • Identify and apply recommended guidelines for cardiovascular conditioning in water
  • Design a comprehensive aquatic-based rehabilitation program for an athlete that uses the principles of stretching, strengthening, balance, and aerobic conditioning

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Rehab 178
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Principles of Rehabilitation for Muscle and Tendon Injuries

2.0

  • Define the muscle-tendon unit
  • Describe the stages of tissue healing and the importance of application of this knowledge in rehabilitation
  • State the mechanism of injury for strains
  • Identify characteristics of the different grades of strains and application of this to rehabilitation
  • Describe the classifications of tendon pathology
  • State key aspects of the clinical evaluation
  • Identify rehabilitation principles for acute and chronic injuries and design appropriate rehabilitation interventions
  • Describe rehabilitation treatment techniques for common muscle-tendon pathologies

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Rehab 177
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New Advances in Foot and Ankle Surgery and Rehabilitation

1.0

  • Outline techniques for Achilles tendon surgery and rehabilitation
  • Describe peroneal tendon surgery and rehabilitation
  • Define and differentiate 3 conditions where posterior tibial tendon surgery may be indicated
  • List key features of plantar fascia rehabilitation
  • Review hallux valgus surgery and rehabilitation techniques
  • Understand categories for ankle stabilization surgery and post op rehab protocols

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Rehab 176
Anabolic Steroids and Other Performance-Enhancing Substances in the Adolescent Athlete

1.0

  • Become familiar with the use of anabolic steroids and other performance-enhancing substances in the adolescent athlete
  • List 5 side effects of the use of androgenic anabolic steroids (AAS)
  • Outline 5 interventions to decrease the use of steroids among adolescents
  • List 5 risk factors for the use of AAS
  • Understand the use and risks of using Human Growth Hormone
  • Describe and differentiate amphetamines and other stimulants

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Rehab 175
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries

4.0

  • Review anatomy and biomechanics of the ACL
  • Explore risk factors and injury patterns for the ACL
  • Become familiar with treatment options and outcomes for ACL repair
  • Describe various surgical techniques for ACL reconstruction
  • Outline postop rehabilitation protocols and discuss outcomes following ACL surgery

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Rehab 174
Fractures in the Growing Knee in Children and Adolescents

1.0

  • Describe the anatomy, physiology and biomechanics of the growing knee
  • Review examination techniques of the injured immature knee
  • Describe and differentiate specific fractures of the knee including their management, complications and outcomes
  • Outline and define imaging techniques
  • Become familiar with surgical techniques for fractures in the growing knee

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Rehab 173-175
Tendinopathy of the Extensor Apparatus of the Knee
Fractures in the Growing Knee in Children and Adolescents
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries

6.0

Tendinopathy of the Extensor Apparatus of the Knee


  • Define and differentiate tendinopathies of the extensor apparatus of the knee
  • Become familiar with Osgood-Schlatter lesions including diagosis, imaging, differential diagnosis and management
  • Describe the conservative and surgical management of patellar and quadriceps tendinopathy
  • Outline a therapy protocol for patellar tendonitis
  • Become familiar with conditions that cause anterior knee pain in children

Fractures in the Growing Knee in Children and Adolescents


  • Describe the anatomy, physiology and biomechanics of the growing knee
  • Review examination techniques of the injured immature knee
  • Describe and differentiate specific fractures of the knee including their management, complications and outcomes
  • Outline and define imaging techniques
  • Become familiar with surgical techniques for fractures in the growing knee

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries


  • Review anatomy and biomechanics of the ACL
  • Explore risk factors and injury patterns for the ACL
  • Become familiar with treatment options and outcomes for ACL repair
  • Describe various surgical techniques for ACL reconstruction
  • Outline postop rehabilitation protocols and discuss outcomes following ACL surgery

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Rehab 173
Tendinopathy of the Extensor Apparatus of the Knee

1.0

  • Define and differentiate tendinopathies of the extensor apparatus of the knee
  • Become familiar with Osgood-Schlatter lesions including diagosis, imaging, differential diagnosis and management
  • Describe the conservative and surgical management of patellar and quadriceps tendinopathy
  • Outline a therapy protocol for patellar tendonitis
  • Become familiar with conditions that cause anterior knee pain in children

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Rehab 172
Patellofemoral Dysfunction

2.0

  • Understand the classification of patellofemoral disorders
  • Outline the symptoms of patellofemoral disorders
  • Become familiar with conservative and surgical treatments for patellofemoral disorders
  • Describe surgical techniques for the treatment of patellofemoral disorders
  • Understand chronic dislocation of the patella and its treatment

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Rehab 171
Sports Physiology and Resistance Training

1.0

  • List 10 potential benefits of resistance training for young athletes
  • Outline and explain important factors in designing a resistance program
  • Define concepts of specificity of training, periodization, restoration and preseason conditioning
  • Outline 10 preseason conditioning guidelines for young athletes

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Rehab 170
Imaging of the Pediatric and Adolescent Knee

2.0

  • List 4 known developmental variants of the knee
  • Outline 5 congenital and development disorders of the knee
  • Differentiate acute trauma disorders of the knee vs chronic trauma
  • Understand key points of how to read an MRI of the knee
  • Become familiar with key points on how to identify various conditions of the knee with MRI

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Rehab 169
History and Physical Examination of the Child's Knee

1.0

  • List key components of a history and physical exam of the child's knee
  • Become familiar with specific conditions of the knee
  • Define and differentiate various conditions of the child's knee including patellofemoral pain and meniscal pathology
  • Become familiar with ligamentous injuries of the knee
  • Outline and describe common tests used to examine the child's knee

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Rehab 168
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Physiological Effects of Overtraining and Detraining

1.0

  • Identify the predisposing, precipitating, and perpetuating factors of muscle damage and overuse
  • Describe muscle damage secondary to metabolic overload and  to mechanical factors
  • Summarize the physiological effects of muscle damage
  • Compare the damaging effects of isometric, concentric, and eccentric exercises on the muscle
  • Identify the increased risk of muscle damage in the young athlete
  • List the classification of muscle strain
  • Describe the healing of muscle cells and fibers
  • Summarize the appropriate management of damage to muscle

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Rehab 167
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Overuse Injury and Muscle Damage

1.0

  • Define exercise training and identify the goal of exercise training for athletes
  • List and explain the training principles
  • Define and explain the goals of periodization
  • Describe the cycle types within each phase of periodization
  • Define and differentiate between overreaching and the overtraining syndrome (OTS)
  • Distinguish between sympathetic and parasympathetic forms of OTS
  • Discuss the major hypotheses proposed to explain the causes and mechanisms of OTS
  • Identify components important to monitor during training
  • Suggest techniques to prevent OTS
  • Identify treatment for OTS
  • Define detraining and indicate the factors that influence the magnitude and rate of loss of training adaptations
  • Describe the consequences of detraining on the metabolic system, cardiorespiratory and the neuromuscular system

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Rehab 166
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Plyometrics in Rehabilitation

1.0

  • Explore and outline the physiology of plyometric exercises
  • Design a functional progression of plyometric exercises
  • Determine the physiological requirements before starting a plyometric exercise program
  • Determine the importance of posture and jumping techniques in plyometric exercises
  • Identify the landing strategies in plyometric exercises
  • Design a plyometric training program
  • Integrate foot work into speed development programs
  • Give objectives for jumping patterns
  • Describe how to progress an athlete in work, intensity, and volume

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Rehab 165
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Strength Training Concepts in Athletes

1.0

  • Describe the physiological adaptations within the muscle following strength exercises
  • Provide examples of the changes that occur with neural adaptations within muscle
  • List the major contributors to improving muscle strength
  • Explain the differences among strength, power, and endurance
  • Distinguish among how to train Type I, Type IIA, and Type IIB muscle fiber types
  • Identify the number of repetitions, sets, and amount of resistance necessary to increase muscle strength and hypertrophy
  • Describe the effects of aging on muscle
  • Describe the phases of periodization training
  • Describe the differences among eccentric, concentric, and isometric exercises
  • Provide examples of off-season, in-season, and maintenance programs for athletes

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Rehab 164
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Anatomy and Pathophysiology of the CORE

1.0

  • Define the hip and trunk CORE
  • Evaluate the CORE muscles and structure
  • Delineate the difference between local and global muscles on the back
  • Identify the muscles of the abdominal area that are considered stabilizing
  • Identify the spinal muscles that stiffen the spine
  • Evaluate the CORE dysfunction 
  • Instruct patients in exercises designed to strength hip and trunk muscles
  • Identify the correlation between muscle weakness in the hip and lower extremity injuries

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Rehab 163
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Range of Motion (ROM)and Stretching

2.0

  • Describe conditions that may effect joint motion
  • Describe impairments in joint ROM
  • Describe normal and abnormal joint end-feels
  • Explain capsular patterns
  • Explore the scientific basis of stretch
  • List and explain principles of ROM and stretching
  • List and explain various types of stretching exercises
  • List and explain the precautions and contraindications to ROM and stretching

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Rehab 162
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Coordination and Proprioception

3.0

  • Describe the nature and complexity of "coordinated movement"
  • Describe and objectively measure disorders of coordination
  • Explain elements of neuromuscular control and functional stability
  • Define proprioception
  • Describe the importance of proprioception and its contribution to normal movement
  • Define common disorders of proprioception
  • Rationalize the important role of ligaments in position sense
  • Recognize, perform and analyze various therapeutic interventions that focus on proprioceptive deficits
  • Differentiate and apply methods of problem-solving, multitasking, cognitive overlays, and multistep commands to improve coordination

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Rehab 161
4.0

  • Define the concept of endurance for both the cardiovascular and muscular systems
  • Describe the physiological responses in the heart, lungs, and peripheral structures to exercise
  • Explain the roles and response of skeletal muscles and respiratory muscles to exercise
  • Identify 5 effects of disuse and-or immobility and aging on exercise response
  • Outline the acute response to aerobic, isometric, and resistive exercise
  • List 3 benefits of chronic aerobic exercise
  • List 5 cardiovascular and pulmonary risk factors and explain how to reduce the risk with exercise

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Rehab 160
4.0

  • Describe the physiological components of balance
  • Outline changes in balance across the lifespan
  • Define the role of the balance system in regaining function
  • Describe the assessment of balance as a means to determine fall risk and to guide treatment
  • Explain how to develop an appropriate exercise program to treat impairments and functional limitations related to balance

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Rehab 159
2.0

  • Define and differentiate between key elements of muscle performance; strength, power, muscle endurance
  • List key factors that influence the tension-producing capacity of normal skeletal muscle
  • Explain the relationships among muscle fatigue, recovery from exercise and overtraining
  • List precautions and contraindications for resistance exercise
  • Describe principles and concepts of specificity or exercise, transfer of training overload, and reversibility as they relate to resistance exercise
  • Describe the adaptation of muscle, connective tissue and bone to resistive exercise
  • State general principles for application and implementation of resistance exercise

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Rehab 158
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Peripheral Nerve Injuries

3.0

  • List 5 mechanisms of injury to peripheral nerves
  • Define and differentiate classification of nerve injuries
  • Become familiar with injuries to cervical nerve roots and brachial plexus
  • Describe radial, ulnar and median nerve injury and its clinical presentation
  • Become familiar with differential diagnosis of peripheral nerve injuries
  • Ouline steps in the management and prevention of nerve injuries

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Rehab 157
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Lumbar Spine: Treatment of Hypomobility and Disc Conditions

2.0

  • Describe 5 characteristics of hypomobility dysfunction
  • Describe and differentiate the Neurophysiological Model from the Pathomechanical Model
  • Discuss the use of traction for disc herniations
  • Become familiar with the selection of a lumbar spine manual therapy technique
  • Outline proper positioning of a patient for effective use of manaul therapy techniques
  • Recall 7 contraindications and cautions to lumbar manipulation and mobilization

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Rehab 156
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Low Back Pain: Causes and Differential Diagnosis

3.0

  • Discuss the etiology of low back pain
  • Describe and differentiate specific somatic pain generators
  • Become familiar with differential diagnosis and classification of low back pain subgroups
  • List 5 red flags for low back pain
  • Define and differentiate classifications of low back pain subgroups
  • Review diagnostics of low back pain through case examples

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Rehab 155
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Cervical Spine

4.0

  • Define torticollis and whiplash injury
  • Describe the grading system for whiplash-associated disorders
  • Define and differentiate cervical spondylosis and cervical osteoarthritis
  • Recite the signs and symptoms of cervical spine instability
  • Become familiar with spinal stenosis, cervical myelopathy, disc herniation and the signs of each condition
  • Describe and differentiate cervicogenic, migraine and tension type of headaches
  • Outline the steps involved in cervical spine assessment
  • Describe the process and treatment of the cervical spine

Labbadia, RPT

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Rehab 154
Physical Rehabilitation after Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA)

1.0

  • Outline goals and treatment interventions for patients following TKA for pre op, acute, sub-acute, home care and outpatient phase of rehab
  • Become familiar with the surgical technique for TKA
  • List 5 factors to consider in discharge planning
  • Describe additional surgical considerations for TKA patients
  • List and describe 10 complications following TKA
  • Discuss outcomes of TKA

Labbadia, RPT

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Rehab 153-156
11.0

  • Describe medial tibial stress syndrome and differential diagnosis
  • List 5 featurs of gastrocnemius strains, achilles tendinopathy, ankle sprains and plantar fasciitis
  • Outline the mechanism of injury of midfoot sprains, navicular and metatarsal fractures
  • Describe and differentiate first ray injuries of the foot
  • Outline goals and treatment interventions for patients following TKA for pre op, acute, sub-acute, home care and outpatient phase of rehab
  • Become familiar with the surgical technique for TKA
  • List 5 factors to consider in discharge planning
  • Describe surgical considerations, outcomes and complications for TKA patients
  • Define torticollis and whiplash injury
  • Describe the grading system for whiplash-associated disorders
  • Define and differentiate cervical spondylosis, cervical osteoarthritis and cervical spine instability
  • Become familiar with spinal stenosis, cervical myelopathy, disc herniation and the signs of each condition
  • Describe and differentiate cervicogenic, migraine and tension type of headaches
  • Outline the steps involved in cervical spine assessment
  • Describe the process and treatment of the cervical spine
  • Discuss the etiology of low back pain
  • Describe and differentiate specific somatic pain generators
  • Become familiar with differential diagnosis and classification of low back pain subgroups
  • Review diagnostics of low back pain through case examples

Labbadia, RPT

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Rehab 153-154
Rehab of the Leg, Ankle and Foot Injuries and Physical Rehab after Total Knee Arthroplasty

4.0

  • Recall the principles of progression for foot, ankle, and lower leg injuries
  • Describe medial tibial stress syndrome and differential diagnosis
  • List 5 featurs of gastrocnemius strains, achilles tendinopathy, ankle sprains and plantar fasciitis
  • Outline the mechanism of injury of midfoot sprains, navicular and metatarsal fractures
  • Describe and differentiate first ray injuries of the foot
  • Outline goals and treatment interventions for patients following TKA for pre op, acute, sub-acute, home care and outpatient phase of rehab
  • Become familiar with the surgical technique for TKA
  • List 5 factors to consider in discharge planning
  • Describe additional surgical considerations for TKA patients
  • List and describe 10 complications following TKA
  • Discuss outcomes of TKA

Labbadia, RPT

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Rehab 153
Rehabilitation of the Leg, Ankle and Foot Injuries

3.0

  • Recall the principles of progression for foot, ankle, and lower leg injuries
  • Describe medial tibial stress syndrome and differential diagnosis
  • List 5 featurs of gastrocnemius strains, achilles tendinopathy, ankle sprains and plantar fasciitis
  • Outline the mechanism of injury of midfoot sprains, navicular and metatarsal fractures
  • Describe and differentiate first ray injuries of the foot

Labbadia, RPT

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Rehab 152-155
10.0

  • Discuss the anatomy of the meniscus
  • Understand the process for diagnosis for meniscal tears
  • Outline the treatment protocol for meniscal tears
  • Become familiar with articular cartilage lesions
  • List indications and complications for meniscal surgery
  • Recall the principles of progression for foot, ankle, and lower leg injuries
  • Describe medial tibial stress syndrome and differential diagnosis
  • List 5 featurs of gastrocnemius strains, achilles tendinopathy, ankle sprains and plantar fasciitis
  • Outline the mechanism of injury of midfoot sprains, navicular and metatarsal fractures
  • Describe and differentiate first ray injuries of the foot
  • Outline goals and treatment interventions for patients following TKA for pre op, acute, sub-acute, home care and outpatient phase of rehab
  • Become familiar with the surgical technique for TKA
  • List 5 factors to consider in discharge planning
  • Describe additional surgical considerations for TKA patients
  • List and describe 10 complications following TKA
  • Discuss outcomes of TKA
  • Define torticollis and whiplash injury
  • Describe the grading system for whiplash-associated disorders
  • Define and differentiate cervical spondylosis and cervical osteoarthritis
  • Recite the signs and symptoms of cervical spine instability
  • Become familiar with spinal stenosis, cervical myelopathy, disc herniation and the signs of each condition
  • Describe and differentiate cervicogenic, migraine and tension type of headaches
  • Outline the steps involved in cervical spine assessment
  • Describe the process and treatment of the cervical spine

Labbadia, RPT

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Rehab 152
Injuries to the Meniscus and Articular Cartilage

2.0

  • Discuss the anatomy of the meniscus
  • Understand the process for diagnosis for meniscal tears
  • Outline the treatment protocol for meniscal tears
  • Become familiar with articular cartilage lesions
  • List indications and complications for meniscal surgery

Labbadia, RPT

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Rehab 151
Hip Pathologies: Diagnosis and Intervention

3.0

  • Describe and differentiate 5 different hip pathologies
  • Outline 5 different types of hip disorders
  • Differentiate hip disease from lumbar disease
  • List 3 signs of iliopsoas syndrome
  • Define joint disorders affecting the hip
  • Become familiar with osseous disorders of the hip
  • Define and differentiate 2 nerve syndromes
  • Outline a protocol for treating hamstring strains
  • Define force and load pressures with activities of daily living

Labbadia, RPT

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Rehab 150
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Temporomandibular Disorders

2.0

  • Discuss the epidemiology and etiology of temporomandibular disorders
  • Outline and examine the classification of temporomandibular disorders
  • List 3 temporomandibular related factors
  • Outline a therapy program for patients with temporomandibular disorders

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Rehab 125
Spinal Stbilization & Rehabilitation Concepts

1.0

  • Outline the relationship between exercise and brain health
  • Describe the evidence for the links between physical activity/exercise and brain function across the lifespan
  • Discuss the neurobiology of exercise
  • Assess whether exercise is neuroprotective or not
  • Summarize the effect of exercise on motor performance

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 124
Spinal Stabilization & Rehabilitation Concepts

1.0

  • Illustrate the effects of external pelvic compression on the passive, active and neuromotor control systems of the lumbopelvic region and thigh
  • Summarize the importance of core stability assessment and rehabilitation in lumbosacral radiculopathy cases
  • Assess the differences in torso motion and muscle activity between elliptical trainer use and treadmill walking
  • Discover how even small amounts of daily exercise can positively impact patients with neck and shoulder pain
  • Critique and apply periodization concepts to rehabilitation for patients with non-specific low back pain

Thistle, DC

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Rehab 123
Active rehabilitation and exercise prescription

1.0

  • Discuss a proposed model for the logical sequence of active rehabilitation
  • Review ‘the core’, its healthy functional role and how it is commonly changed in people with spinal and pelvic girdle pain syndromes
  • Describe core muscle activity during physical fitness exercises
  • Provide an introduction to dynamic neuromuscular (core) stabilization and athletic performance
  • Introduce the basics of exercise prescription

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 122
ACL Rehab and Injury Prevention, Patellofemoral Pain, Quadriceps and OA

1.0

  • Apply contemporary rehabilitation strategies for anterior cruciate ligament patients
  • Illustrate the importance of proximal stability and rehabilitation in patients with patellofemoral pain syndrome
  • Outline the relationship between quadriceps strength, proprioception and knee osteoarthritis
  • Discuss the potential value of gait retraining for improving lower limb biomechanics in runners with patellofemoral pain
  • Contrast lower extremity kinematics & muscle activation in patients with and without patellofemoral pain syndrome

Thistle, DC

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Rehab 121
Neuroendocrine-Immune Responses to Exercise, Interval vs. Endurance, and other Training, Dehydration

1.0

  • Outline the neuroendocrine-immune interactions and communication pertaining to exercise
  • Contrast sprint training with endurance training regarding performance adaptations and cardiac output
  • Identify the benefits and underlying mechanisms of agonist-antagonist paired set training for improving strength and power
  • Summarize the validity of dehydration signs, compared with body weight change, in marathon runners
  • Describe methods for developing maximal neuromuscular power

Thistle, DC

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Rehab 120
Exercise and Chronic Disease

1.0

  • Compare slower treadmill walking on a moderate incline to faster walking with no incline for moderately obese adults patients
  • Summarize the current state of the literature on exercise interventions for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
  • Explain the utility of interval training for patients with coronary artery disease
  • Support the inclusion of resistance training in exercise programs for aging patients based on existing scientific research
  • Appraise various types of exercise for patients with metabolic syndrome

Thistle, DC

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Rehab 119
Exercise and Rehab

1.0

  • Describe the Nordic Hamstring exercise and its potential applications for hamstring injuries
  • Summarize the state of the literature on exercise interventions for adolescent scoliosis
  • Integrate strength training with flexibility training to improve patient progress
  • Appraise the potential role of yoga in managing spinal conditions
  • Grade and recognize the state of the literature on physical and rehabilitation interventions for chronic non-specific low back pain

Thistle, DC

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Rehab 118
Spinal Exercise and Rehab

1.0

  • Apply core exercise to facilitate improved lower limb mechanics in women
  • Recognize the connection between improved lumbar multifidus function and clinical improvement after spinal manipulation
  • Discuss the potential of full kinetic chain manual therapy treatment for hip osteoarthritis
  • Assess muscle activation and spinal loading profiles during common Kettlebell exercises
  • Describe specific exercises that could improve hip strength and mechanics in women with patellofemoral pain

Thistle, DC

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Rehab 117
Lunges, Squats, advanced Squats and Gluteal Exercises

2.0

  • Demonstrate the proper patient positioning for the lunge and squat exercises
  • Explain and show common problems with the lunge and squat exercises
  • Explain and show Dr cues for proper patient positioning of the lunge and squat exercises
  • Explain, evaluate, compare and demonstrate variations of the squat exercise, including ball squats, theraband squats, potty squats, squat shuffles
  • Explore and demonstrate how foot function and shoe type impacts squat and lunge activities
  • Introduce, explain and demonstrate proper and improper performance of additional, advanced gluteal activation exercises including the Texas walk, ball squats, drops, roman chair and 1 legged dead lifts

Waerlop/Allen, DC

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Rehab 116
Advanced Core Stabilization Concepts

1.0

  • Recognize some of the common mistakes with conventional sit ups and how to correct them
  • View and narrate the ideal sit up
  • Recognize the importance of the brain and cortex in core training
  • Discuss how inhalation and exhalation affect muscular activity, and how to utilize this in training
  • Point out the pitfalls of abdominal hollowing and core training
  • Examine the importance of the thoracolumbar fascia
  • Analyze what cues to look for when evaluating a bench press exercise

Waerlop/Allen, DC

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Rehab 115
Core activation Training

1.0

  • Discuss conventional situps and their pitfalls
  • Provide a logical rationale for core training
  • Explain and demonstrate a logical progression of exercises for core training, emphasizing skill, then endurance and strength

Waerlop/Allen, DC

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Rehab 114
Performance Theories and Core Training Concepts

1.0

  • Explain the anatomical constituents of the core musculature
  • Consider implications of weak or inadequate core muscles
  • Emphasize the importance of the gluteal muscle group in rehabilitation
  • Illustrate common compensation patterns when individuals have weak core musculature with clinical examples
  • Explain the concept of neural adaptation
  • Review reciprocal inhibition and it's clinical application
  • Discuss physiological overflow and its clinical application

Waerlop/Allen, DC

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Rehab 113
Muscle metabolism in health and disease: hormones, maximizing mass

1.0

  • Summarize the central role of muscle protein in whole-body metabolism and muscle mass
  • Outline the role of skeletal muscle metabolism in health and disease (such as diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis)
  • Describe the role of hormones for influencing muscle metabolism and health
  • Identify the catabolic and anabolic mediators of muscle metabolism
  • Specify ways to maximize muscle mass and metabolism to promote wellness

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 112
Cervical spine proprioception: anatomy, clinical use, spinal manipulation

1.0

  • Outline the anatomy of cervical spine proprioception
  • Review clinical studies investigating cervical spine proprioception
  • Assess existing literature on the reliability of cervical spine joint position sense
  • Assess the effect of spinal adjustments/manipulation on cervical spine proprioception

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 111
Course Brochure
Spinal Cord and Head Injury Rehabilitation

2.0

  • Identify the anatomy of upper motor neuron tract systems and discuss the functionality of upper motor neuron tract systems
  • Explain the effects of a spinal cord injury
  • Discuss the anatomy and functionality of regions of the brain
  • Describe complications post injury of brain and spinal cord injury
  • Describe standard treatment procedures prior to rehabilitation of brain and spinal cord injured patients
  • Explain the difference between neurological deficit rigidity versus disuse atrophy/spasm of spinal cord and head injured patients
  • Describe treatment options for rehabilitation of spinal cord and head injured patients
  • Explain treatment methods to transition C curve locomotion to S curve locomotion
  • Explain treatment methods for atrophy and spasm
  • Discuss most current curative research for spinal cord and head injured patients

Simon, DC

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Rehab 110
Whiplash and neck pain: manipulation vs mobilization, effect on muscle strength, thoracic spine manipulation

1.0

  • Summarize the effect of whiplash on neck muscle strength
  • Discuss the effects of manipulation vs. mobilization on head and neck pain in whiplash patients
  • Assess the effects of thoracic manipulation in whiplash patients
  • Describe a study predicting the response of neck pain patients to neck strengthening exercise
  • Introduce the smooth pursuit neck torsion test and its application in whiplash disorders

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 109
Low back pain: health care utilization, predicting outcomes with spinal stabilization, spinal kinematics

1.0

  • Describe the early health care utilization for occupational low back pain
  • Determine which factors are important in predicting outcome after a spinal stabilization exercise program
  • Assess lumbar disc surgery rates before and after implementation of nonsurgical spine clinics
  • Determine whether kinematic compromise can be used to predict spine loading in low back pain (LBP) patients under realistic lifting efforts in a workplace
  • Determine the effects of subacute LBP and limitation of the straight leg raise on lumbar and hip kinematics during sit-to-stand and its reverse

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 108
Spinal stabilization: muscular fatigue, muscles used in exercise, manipulation and functional restoration in low back pain

1.0

  • Summarize the effect of training on the fatigue of multifidi muscles
  • Discuss which muscles are involved in stabilization exercises
  • Assess the relation between low back pain and clinical instability
  • Describe a study implementing manipulation and stabilization exercises for chronic LBP
  • Introduce the concept of functional restoration vs. physical therapy for LBP

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 107
Spinal stabilization and core strength: anatomy, principles and assessment

1.0

  • Summarize the functional anatomy of core strength training
  • Discuss the principles of core strength
  • Develop an assessment of spinal stabilization
  • Distinguish specific evaluation tests for spinal stability

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 106
Cardiovascular Exercise: principles, mechanisms, training effects

1.0

  • Illustrate basic principles of cardiovascular exercise
  • Discuss the mechanisms of cardiovascular responses to exercise
  • Discuss the acute effects of exercise on the cardiovascular system
  • Discuss the training effects of exercise on the cardiovascular system

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 105-G
1.0

  • Describe neck anticipatory control with pain
  • Describe lateralized fatigue with unilateral neck pain
  • Assess head and trunk motion during neck manipulation
  • Identify neuromuscular dysfunction in neck pain patients
  • Outline exercises for the rehabilitation of neck neuromuscular dysfunction

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 104-G
1.0

  • Identify and describe the major factors influencing muscular strength
  • Assess the chiropractic influences on strength
  • Identify and discuss the strength training principles
  • Illustrate components of a training session
  • Apply training principles into a practical strength program

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 103-G
1.0

  • Describe the long term course of LBP
  • Describe neuromuscular impairments following LBP
  • Differentiate the effects of pain on the neuromuscular system
  • Discuss the models that explain the nature of motor problems with pain
  • Differentiate and discuss the potential sources of LBP

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 102-G
1.0

  • Describe the contribution of hip vs. spinal motion
  • Distinguish poor motor patterns of hip and low back movements and what to do about it
  • Differentiate the role of exercise for neck disorders and determine what type of exercise works
  • Delineate the neural adaptations to exercise and apply towards rehabilitation
  • Describe current issues in low back rehabilitation (such as can low back tissues heal within a few weeks?)

Smith, DC, PhD

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Rehab 101-G
1.0

  • Review sensory-motor control and rehabilitation
  • Discuss aerobic exercise for LBP patients
  • Describe muscle training of the hip, abdominal and paraspinal muscles
  • Identify how aerobic exercise improves motor performance in the elderly
  • Distinguish the effects of different training styles on the cross-sectional area of paraspinal muscles

Smith, DC, PhD

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