Rehabilitation of the Athlete, Hour 1 of 10, Introduction to Functional Medicine

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This hour is one of a ten-hour live workshop. In this hour, Dr. Liebenson teaches how to detect and correct the faulty movement patterns that contribute to patient complaints, reduced strength, and performance:

  1. He covers the goal of rehabilitation and Falsone’s Continuum of Care.
  2. He explains the use of functional evaluation and the importance of stability as a driver of care. He goes on to review the shortfalls often found in training and describes a joint-by-joint approach.
  3. He reviews Gray Cook’s scoring system of functional assessment. 

Faulty movement patterns can lead to chronic disease and instability in the average person and the elite athlete. This hour can be taken alone but would be best if taken in sequence with the entire course. In the 10-hour course, Dr. Liebenson teaches how to detect and ultimately correct these faulty movement patterns allowing the average person and the elite athlete to reach their full potential while reducing the risk of injury. 

Learning Objectives

The participant will be able to use a patient’s symptoms to find the source of biomechanical overload in the kinetic chain and recommend a specific exercise program to enhance performance and reduce the risk of injury. In addition, they will know how to include these principles in their assessment and treatment programs to improve patient outcomes.


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