Salepage: Shop.chekinstitute – Spinal Structures and Function
Taking it for granted, the evolution of the spine was a revelation in animal movement, thereby opening up the potential for more effective locomotion through the three dimensions of space, all without the body folding in on itself.
Exploring how the spine evolved to support survival and the formative forces in its evolutionary and embryological development is the focus of Spinal Structures & Function. Armed with this understanding, you can construct a mental image of the consequences when things go awry: when injuries manifest, when repetitive loading compromises tissue function, or when pain inhibits muscle activation.
Showcasing cutting-edge insights and evaluating some of the more contentious aspects of ongoing spinal research, Spinal Structures & Function asserts that developing a genuine comprehension of spinal health is impossible by merely peering through a microscope or crunching data.
The course, grounded in the latest neurophysiological insights surrounding spinal function, delves into the multitude of lifestyle and emotional factors that either contribute to or detract from this functioning.
Despite covering a broad spectrum of standard orthopedic spinal conditions, the course is not solely about injuries or rehabilitation; it’s also about optimizing performance and extracting the utmost from your spine in sports or daily activities.
- How to apply the Phase Progressions model of exercise in rehabilitation and conditioning of the spine
- Key factors to effectively work with people experiencing spinal pain.
- In-depth applied information on 8 of the most common spinal conditions you’re likely to encounter with your clients.
- How allostatic load plays a key role in predisposition to spinal injury, and also in managing a return to full function.
- Why “core stability” has undergone much criticism; and why it’s still critical to understand in context and to deploy at the right time.
- How to apply the CHEK Success Formula to spinal rehabilitation and conditioning
Successfully understanding the spine is not only about learning anatomy, movements or injuries, but is about gaining a working knowledge of how spinal function can be optimized to effectively transfer force between the legs and the arms for peak performance. It is about understanding the spine’s role, not just in the musculoskeletal system, but within the system of systems that is the human body. This is why the CHEK approach to Spinal Structures and Function is like no other course in this field – it’s the spine seen through the uniquely holistic, integrated lens of the CHEK Institute.
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- Duration 10 weeks
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
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