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Evidence for Exercise: Evidence-based exercise prescriptions lower back, abdominals and hip 6hrs

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • Evidence for Exercise® has been developed to improve access to high quality scientific analysis and presentation of exercise advice.

    The clinical application of evidence-based exercise prescriptions not only results in better outcomes and increased satisfaction for patients, but also improves safety and mitigates professional liability for practitioners.

    Included exercise prescriptions and practitioner notes:

    • Beginner exercises for the lower back
    • Intermediate exercises for the lower back
    • Intermediate Pilates for the abdominals
    • Intermediate Pilates for the abdominals (bolster)
    • Beginner exercises for the hip
    Self-paced study using provided exercise sheets and practitioner notes. Four case studies and questionnaires to obtain CE hours. Receive immediate confirmation of completion. Included exercise prescriptions and practitioner notes: Exercises for the lower back, Pilates for the abdominals, Exercises for the hip, Yoga for the lower back.

    Participant feedback:

    “Incredibly clear instruction sheets for exercise prescription. Very informative and appropriate presentation of information that could have been overwhelming if it was not delivered in the way it was. Edited magnificently. “

    “The PDF notes are very well formatted and so easy to follow they are some of the best I have used in online learning.” 

    “Having diagrams with explanation and evidence etc made it very easy to put into practice and easier to explain to clients about muscles and physiological and neurological aspects behind why we do certain exercises. “

    “Sign me up for more, great! Where was this when at uni : )”

    InstructorOnline
    About the InstructorEvidence for Exercise is the result of a comprehensive, cross-disciplinary review of the highest quality research in the fields of neuroscience, manual physical therapy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic, Pilates, yoga, gymnastics and weights training.
    Subject BreakdownExercises for the lower back, abdominals and hip
    Total Credits6.00
    FormatDistance - On-demand
    Tags: spine exercise rehabilitation Shoulder rehab Therapeutic Exercise Hip Neurology Evidence Based Outcomes Pain Management Management of Common Conditions Soft Tissue Injuries Patient Communication Physical Therapy Manipulation Research Trends Research Reviews impairment Sports Medicine Rehab Pain Core Stability Manipulations Evidence Based Practice Whiplash posture integrative healthcare Exercise Rehabilitation Evidence-based Evidence Co Exercise Rehabilitation Evidence-based Core Spine sports injuries patient safety evidence-based practice technique patient management physiology older people stretches stretching objective outcome objective tools outcome evidence based professional health prevention principles theories principle evidence physical theory soft tissue Sports injury Care Conditioning Injuries repair and recovery sports injury recovery Treatment function Sports Training functional rehabilitation joint Receptors Patient Analysis Neuroscience chronic pain physiotherapy Trigger Point Musculoskeletal Upper Extremity Response treatment plans Online therapies pelvis therapy Manual Therapy Motion Strengtheining Back pain Strengthening Stabilization Warmup Workout common disorders Tendinopathy Continuing Education Tests Techniques Myofascial low back pain Cervical Pain Management Muscular System Spinal Use research Core Stability Symptoms Neurological trigger points Exercise Rehabilitation Evidence-based abdominals Pilates Auto injuries Hip pain movement pattern assessment
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    We are the leading provider of evidence-based exercise prescriptions and continuing education for health and fitness professionals.

    The clinical application of evidence-based exercise prescriptions not only results in better outcomes and increased satisfaction for patients, but also improves safety and mitigates professional liability for practi

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