Running Treatment Rationale Webinar - Balanced Movement Studio

Running Treatment Rationale Webinar

Brian Beatty, PT, CFP

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Running Treatment Rationale Webinar

by Therapy Network Seminars
Originally presented March 31, 2016 by Brian Beatty

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Webinar overview:

This course will focus on the clinical application of current research for running rehabilitation & performance enhancement. We will use an analysis of the basic biomechanical demands of running along with current research on running efficiency to synthesize a clinical exercise framework. We then incorporate concepts of teaching for individualized motor learning into the exercise progression. Our goal is tackle two of the largest clinical challenges most therapists have on a daily basis; how to bridge research into exercise and how to teach & progress exercise so our patient achieves skill transference into the desired functionality instead of just gaining competency in the taught exercise.

After this webinar, it is our goal that you will have a both the exercise progression & clinical thought framework to guide improvement in runner’s at all levels. While a basic exercise progression will be provided, the dominant theme will be the practical application of “what you do is less important than how you do it” to clinical practice. We want you to learn the “how”.

This webinar was presented as continuing education for Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainers & Physical Therapy Assistants. The link above will take you to the exercise progression used during the webinar.

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Rachel Kelley
Rachel Kelley

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

As a semi pro ultra runner I’m always looking for a tune up to make the many miles I run more efficient. Brian helped me rework a movement pattern in my shoulder, and abdominal rotation resulting in a 30 second per mile speed up, while feeling like I’m running with the same easy effort.
I also enjoy Scott’a yoga classes to help me relax and reset my very stiff body.