Bridge the gap between theory and execution. FPM Precision Programming will teach you how to blend strength and condition programs with rehabilitation principles. It’s time to replace a rigid set of protocols and a dogmatic approach with a step-by-step framework that allows you to deliver a unique program tailored to meet the needs of each client or patient.
- This is the second seminar/workshop in the First Principles of Movement Seminar Series.
- Grand Rounds – See LIVE cases with problem-solving and the reasoning process.
- First principles thinking is the act of boiling a process down to the fundamental parts you know are true and building up from there.
- Over 2000 years ago, Aristotle defined a first principle as “the first basis from which a thing is known.”
- When faced with complex problems, we default to thinking like everybody else. First principles thinking is a powerful way to help you break out of this herd mentality, think outside the box, and ultimately innovate brand new solutions to familiar problems.”
- Elon Musk, the founder and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, says there’s a better way to innovate: start with a blank slate and use first principles.
- The FPM (Precision Programming) concepts & philosophy are evidence-based & practical. They bridge the gap from research to practice to reduce injury risk; accelerate rehab; prevent chronicity; enhance performance in the lifespan of health.
- This knowledge translation occurs through our unique Lab Immersion Experience with interactive live problem-based active learning presentations; and hands-on evaluation and training exercises.
- “Don’t fall behind in your techniques. The methods should serve the goals.” Dr. Karel Lewit
- “Time spent in assessment will save time in treatment. The test is the exercise; the exercise is the test”. Dr. Vladimir Janda
Upon completing the course, the participant will:
- Be able to combine different protocol systems & methods together efficiently.
- Be able to connect the dots from the client’s story to an actionable program to maximize buy-in.
- Understand why delaying GPP in rehab creates a slippery slope
- Be able to find the sweet spot between “too little too late” & “too much too soon.”
- Be able to differentiate between Landmarks and Timelines
- Be able to use a complaint to devise an evaluation that results in a treatment protocol
- Be more confident and efficient using exercise to improve health and fitness outcomes