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FNOR 2: Disorders & Injury of the Lower Limbs

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • Event date: 9/20/2019 8:30 AM - 9/23/2019 5:30 PM Export event

    Course Description
    This course is a highly practical, integrative approach to lower quarter
    assessment and rehabilitation. The course will span instruction in gait and
    movement assessment (incl by use of current technologies), practical pain
    treatment methods for common lower limb conditions, and the use of the lower
    kinetic chain as a robust sensorimotor platform from which to affect the central
    nervous system. Chronic lower limb conditions are often associated with chronic
    nervous system conditions and even upper quarter issues. This course will
    present a current and integrative approach to the management of lower limb
    injury involving all joints of the lower limb as well as rehabilitation following

    Learning Objectives
    Assessment of Normal Gait (6.0 hrs)
    A. Advanced Assessment of Gait
    B. Video Kinematic Assessment of Gait
    C. Gait as a Biomarker for Central Dysfunction
    D. Biomechanics of Walking vs. Running

    InstructorStuart Fife, David George, Brett Jarosz, Nicholas Studholme
    About the InstructorPlease see attached C.V.s
    Subject BreakdownAdjustment, Manipulation, Techniques, & Instruments- 3.0; Diagnosis, X-ray, Lab-18.5; Physiotherapy, Exercise, Rehab- 3.5
    Total Credits25.00
    FormatIn person - Live
    Course OutlineFNOR 2 Outline.pdf
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