PRAGUE SCHOOL TO ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT – Part B – Extremities

Date: April 6-8, 2018

 

LOCATION:  The Hyatt Place Hotel

                               5020 Main Street 

                               Amherst, New York 14226

  

Host: Michael C. Geraci, Jr., MD PT

 

Instructed by: Craig Liebenson DC

Target Audience: DC, DO, MD, PT, DPT, NP, PA, PTA, ATC & Personal Trainers

Course Level: Introductory; Essential

 

Contact Hours and Continuing Education Units Pending for Physical Therapy & Chiropractic

 

 

 

Here is a taste of what you can expect:

Course B – EXTREMITIES

The importance of sensory function of the foot
Re-educating the spring & arch functions of the foot
Plantar fascitis & forward drawn posture
Single leg & frontal plane training – avoiding “energy leaks”
Stretch-shortening cycle, eccentrics & elastic training
Overuse syndromes: state of the art
The hip-knee connection (oblique bridge & Vojta)
The posterior chain: gluteal amnesia is it a thing?
Split stance: strap training
Kettle bell carries – QL/Gl medius for knee & shoulder syndromes
The role of the core in addressing shoulder impingment patterns
Prying: upper quarter tweaks to facilitate lower quarter function
The T4 “dead zone”
The prehensile visual target system
The nuchal line & posterior fascial chain
Rolling, eye movements, cylinder function & the humerus as punctum fixum
Baby get-up to Turkish get-up to Russian kicks

We had such a huge response this year for Part A. Can’t wait! The Hyatt Place Amherst and Dr. Liebenson have already been booked! Hope to see you there!