Presented by Andre Noel Potvin, M.Sc. Cardiac Rehabilitation, ACE, BCRPA-TFL, ACSM. Recognized by the British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) and The American Council on Exercise (ACE) for providing Continuing Education Credits (CEC), the Clinical Exercise & Rehabilitation Workshop Series (CES) are a select group of courses specifically designed for the Fitness Trainer that has an interest in expanding …
Students will learn foundation knowledge in exercise rehabilitation, training special population groups, and advanced knowledge in fitness testing and assessments.
By training unilaterally (using only one limb or side of the body), we can improve these imbalances and help decrease our risk of injuries.
To date, there is NO post rehabilitation certification that exists, includes or teaches the foundational knowledge and skillset behind human movement and rehabilitation like the CPRS.
Understanding common injuries and how they occur and the physiology behind them coupled with safe exercise programming will provide an optimal client experience and enhanced function.
We will review how to get started with post a post rehab client, review functional assessments and discuss the continuum of care
The human body breaks down because of injuries, surgeries and movement dysfunctions.
Natural pain relievers include herbs, spices, minerals and other nutrients that work in a various ways to decrease pain and inflammation.
Joints are defined as the places in the body where two or more bones meet.
Dynamic Release is an effective approach to treating soft tissue injuries and the pain that results from the injury.
Chronic inflammation happens when inflammation occurs in response to a bodily trauma
Do you or someone you know suffer from back pain? Do you sit a lot at work? Then maybe what you need is Postural Hygiene exercises.
Myofascial Release has been shown, through research, to have a multitude of benefits.