Functional Rehabilitation Exercising Techniques

Delivered over one long weekend.

Functional Rehabilitation Exercising Techniques

How new concepts of Biotensegrity, fascia anatomy and science have changed the clinical prescription of exercising and rehabilitation techniques in managing myofascial dysfunction and pain.

Functional Rehabilitation Exercising Techniques Course

Workshop Content

Details about the Functional Rehabilitation Exercising Techniques Workshop. If you have further queries don’t hesitate to contact us on 01 882 7777 in Dublin.

Human Anatomy Dissection Seminar

DESCRIPTION

Many exercise programs are designed with outdated concepts about human gross anatomy and unknown knowledge of the body’s fascia architecture. The techniques and body posture used are usually because they are popular or always done that way. Hence many exercise routines do not demonstrate any functional basis for their effectiveness. Simply put, functional training is training that is specific to the body’s bio-movement that you are attempting to execute.

Evidence has shown that many exercises do not target the true bio-movements of sporting activities in an effective and functional manner. In fact, this type of segmental training creates more myofascial imbalances and creates a platform in the body’s structure more suitable to injury and substandard performance.

The concept of Global Functional Training (GFT) approach with proper posture to address the biotensegrity nature of body architecture is more effective and efficient. GTF prevents imbalances in the body milieu, decreases the environment for pre-disposition for injuries, improves the elastic integrity of the body tissues, and eventually enhances performance.

Its time to move away from “The One Size Fits All” cliché.

DR. WILBOUR KELSICK specialises in elite athletic performance and rehabilitation, using applied functional anatomy.

Dr. Kelsick received his BSc. in Kinesiology from SFU and his D.C. from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He is a Fellow and Vice President of the College of Chiropractic Sport Sciences (Canada), a Fellow of the College of Chiropractic Rehabilitative Sciences (Canada), and a faculty member in the Department of Graduate Studies at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.

Dr. Kelsick has written and published several articles, is a contributing author for a medical text, and sits on the editorial board of the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association (peer review journal).

Dr. Kelsick holds post-graduate specialties in the field of sports injuries and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. He has worked as team doctor at the Olympic Games, World Championships and the Commonwealth Games and lectures both locally in Canada and internationally.

OBJECTIVES

This hands on workshop will address the clinical implication (effects on body’s structure) of non-functional exercise techniques for typical body’s strength and condition training programmes. The more functional biotensegral approach (alternative techniques and postures) to replace these conventional types of exercises routines will be highlighted and demonstrated. Practical application of Global Functional Training (GFT) TM to enhance general human movement, sports performance, injury prevention and rehabilitation will be demonstrated.

The workshop will include:

  1. Discussion on the concepts of functional movements and how they relate to our present understanding of the body’s fascia architecture
  2. Presentation of clinical cases, which illustrates the effects of poor exercise techniques and posture on the body’s architecture
  3. Demonstrations of alternative functional and efficient practical techniques with consideration on posture based fascia and biotensegrity concepts to present-day exercise routines used in basic exercise programs
  4. Making a case for Global Functional Training (GTF) concepts which is based on present knowledge of fascia anatomy and science and biotensegrity concept
  5. Discuss and demonstrate the concept of  “No sit” , “No bar”   types exercise methods for  upper extremity and  trunk
  6. The myth of CORE exercises will be explained
  7. Methods on how to substitute sit ups with global functional training in preventing low back injury and pelvic floor dysfunction

FEES

The standard fee of this workshop is €390.00. Graduates and students of the National Training Centre receive a 10% discount and ANMPT Members receive a 25% discount off workshop fee.

Schedule and Location

This weekend workshop is available in Dublin at the National Training Centre in Dublin’s city centre.

DUBLIN
One Long Weekend
Friday 7pm to 10pm
Saturday and Sunday – 9pm to 5pm

June 5th, 6th and 7th 2020

  Location: NTC, Dublin
  Start Date: June 5th 2020

Workshop Tutor

This workshop is delivered by Dr. Wilbour Kelsick

Dr. Wilbour Kelsick

DR. WILBOUR KELSICK specialises in elite athletic performance and rehabilitation, using applied functional anatomy.

Dr. Kelsick received his BSc. in Kinesiology from SFU and his D.C. from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He is a Fellow and Vice President of the College of Chiropractic Sport Sciences (Canada), a Fellow of the College of Chiropractic Rehabilitative Sciences (Canada), and a faculty member in the Department of Graduate Studies at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.

Dr. Kelsick has written and published several articles, is a contributing author for a medical text, and sits on the editorial board of the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association (peer review journal).

Dr. Kelsick holds post-graduate specialties in the field of sports injuries and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. He has worked as team doctor at the Olympics, World Championships and the Commonwealth Games. Dr Kelsick lectures both locally in Canada and internationally.

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