Integrating PRI, FMS & Functional Training into Rehabilitation & Sports Performance Practice

20 May 2017 - The practice of the future will continually add tools to the treatment “toolbox”. These tools will include an evolution of assessment and treatment that explores breathing, movement and balancing naturally occurring human asymmetries. These new approaches are state-of-the-art for rehabilitation, durability and sport performance. The FMS is used as a screen to assess basic movement patterns. PRI is a more sophisticated and comprehensive approach to assessment and treatment of the human body that provides a deeper understanding of neurology, respiration and biomechanics. PRI integrates the diaphragm and breathing into every portion of this 21st century discipline. Once a solid foundation is provided that teaches a patient or athlete to manage their inherent asymmetries, functional training can then be introduced. This will be a “hands-on” weekend with lecture and participation by attendees. Wear comfortable casual or gym type clothing.  
Title of Seminar Integrating PRI, FMS & Functional Training into Rehabilitation & Sports Performance Practice
Location of Seminar Bournemouth, UK
Seminar Organiser Anglo European College of Chiropractic
Start Date 20/05/2017
End Date 21/05/2017
Website Link http://www.aecc.ac.uk/postgraduate-cpd/cpd-seminars/integrating-pri,-fms-and-functional-training-into-rehab/
Credits Allocated to this seminar
 
 16 Credits   2 Day
Accompanying Documents
Please note: [Click] to view or [Right Click]->[Save Target/Link As] to download the file/s
   
Seminar Contact Details
Contact Name Carleen Coombes
Contact Email cpd@aecc.ac.uk

Comments are closed.