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Bridging the Gap From Rehab to Performance – Home Study

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • In this home study course, the clinician will learn the systematic approach to Bridging the Gap from Rehab to Performance (BTG). Current science and research will be presented,
    along with a vast amount of clinical experience and pearls, allowing immediate application of the organizational system into the professional personal practice. Extreme care will be taken to encourage people not to practice outside their scope of practice, but to foster inter-professional relationships, communication and education, staying focused on an
    athlete- centered / patient centered model of care.


    Upon course completion, the clinician will:
    1.Describe and explain the elements of the BTG model, including the structural and functional components of the system
    2.Define each portion of the BTG model in detail
    3.Discuss where common interventions would fall in the organizational system of the BTG model.
    4.Perform at least one intervention in each category of the BTG model
    5.Demonstrate therapeutic exercise or performance based for each category of the BTG model

    InstructorSue Falsone, PT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, COMT
    About the InstructorBorn in Buffalo, NY, Sue received a bachelor's degree in physical therapy from Daemen College in Amherst, New York. She continued her education by earning a master's degree in human movement science, with a concentration in sports medicine, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Sue has presented at state, national and international level conferences in areas focusing on dry needling, pillar strength, integration of physical therapy and performance training, and comprehensive kinetic chain assessment and rehabilitation. She’s a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy (SCS), a certified athletic trainer (ATC), certified orthopedic manual therapist for the spine (COMT), a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT- 200) through Yoga Alliance. Sue worked at Athletes' Performance for 13 years, last serving as the Vice President of Performance Physical Therapy and Team Sport. She worked with the Los Angeles Dodgers for 6 years, last serving as head athletic trainer and physical therapist. She holds the distinction of being the first female head athletic trainer in any of the four major sports in the United States (MLB, NFL, NHL, NBA) and served as Head of Athletic Training and Sport Performance with US Soccer’s Men’s National Team. She was also named a Distinguished Alumni at Daemen College and has been inducted into her high school’s Athletic Hall of Fame (Kenmore West). She is the owner and founder of Structure & Function Education, a company dedicated to educating healthcare professionals in dry needling, as well as, how to clinically Bridge the Gap from Rehab to Performance and has authored a book by the same name. Her philosophy includes looking at the athlete as a whole person, working with the entire body to create an optimal environment for healing and performance training. Sue currently offers consulting for a variety of organizations in the NBA, MLB and NFL, and continues to work one-on-one with athletes. Customized courses and business advisory are available including sports medicine department organization, physical therapy and movement evaluation and restoration.
    Subject BreakdownI. Introduction II. From the Table to the Field III. Pain Generator IV. The Motion Segment V. Psychomotor Control VI. Somatosensory Control VII. Other Considerations for Optimal Function VIII. Fundamental Performance IX. Fundamental Advancement X. Advanced Performance
    Total Credits11.50
    FormatDistance - On-demand
    Course OutlineBridging the Gap From Rehab to Performance.Outline.docx

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    Learn Dry Needling in a curriculum developed by Sue Falsone PT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, COMT, RYT. Current science and research will be presented, along with a vast amount of clinical experience and pearls, allowing immediate application of dry needling into the clinicians’ professional practice.

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