Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar 2014

I’m excited to be a part of the 2014 Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar, along with many of the professionals I most admire and appreciate in this field.

Now in its sixth year, it promises to be the best one yet! It kicks off on Tuesday, January 28, bringing you one interview per week for 10 weeks. Listen and learn from some of the best clinicians, coaches, and trainers in the world–and registration is FREE!

Here’s the line-up:

Ron Hruska - PRI philosophy, goals, and teaching/training the squat pattern

Val Nasedkin - Omegawave technology and the sciences of recovery and readiness

Andreo Spina - Functional Anatomy Seminars, Functional Range Conditioning, BioFlow Anatomy, and more

Mark Comerford - Kinetic Control system, understanding the biomechanics of normal and abnormal function, and motor control retraining of uncontrolled movement

Phil Plisky - Injury prediction and prevention, the Y Balance Test, and when to return to play?

Linda Joy Lee - the Thoracic Rings Approach and the Integrated Systems Model, finding the meaningful task and primary driver

Gray Cook - the history of the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), research and injury prediction, and developing effective training programs

Kyle Kiesel - the evolution of the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), and the importance of a movement model to guide assessment and treatment.

Charlie Weingroff, Patrick Ward, and Nick Winkelman - Strength and Conditioning Roundtable: Advances in training and performance.

Kevin Wilk - Shoulder evaluation and treatment strategies, dynamic stabilization for the shoulder, and what does the research and clinical experience say about treating scapular dyskinesis and GIRD.

Don’t miss this opportunity. Once you register,  you’ll get an email with all the details.

Happy learning!

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