Rehabilitative Exercise Principles and Process
When it comes to movement, exercise, movement impairments and helping people evolve their patterns to feel and be well, many factors contribute to successful outcomes. In this course, we delve into rehabilitative exercise principles, theory, and processes to figure out how best to help a person maintain and improve their tissue tolerance to load (e.g., from carrying objects to swinging a golf club with full force). Why is this important? So people can get back to the things they need and want to do.
- Review the physical stress theory, the definition of load, as well as the five physiological responses to it
- Discuss key steps in a well-rounded rehabilitative exercise plan
- Determine how to assess and teach motor skills, how to work along the mobility-stability continuum, and how to deal proactively and empathically with people’s response to pain
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