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Building Speed

Gareth Walton

 

Hamstring rehabilitation Protocol

Dr Nicol van Dyk

 

Myofascial Activated Posture

Lene van Heerden & Christien Mann

 

Tendon lower limb injuries: A Kaleidoscope of treatment solutions

Arnold Vlok

 

Exercise is Medicine

Accreditation Course

Developing Speed: Gareth Walton

 

The ability to produce speed poses much interest to many. The human body has the ability to move fast but for this to be maximised many interventions can be developed. This 1-day workshop will look at the key foundations needed to aid the short and long term development of speed abilities.

 

 

08:00 – 10:00 Theory - what is needed from the body to optimise the ability to accelerate.

• Define terms and explain basic physics problems related to sprinting.

• Identify and explain how specific kinematic and kinetic elements relate to the acceleration.

• Recognize the “coaching pyramid” and identify the most effective cues for improving the acceleration technical model.

 

10:00 – 10:15 Coffee break and preparation for practical session

 

10:15 – 12:00 Practical -how can we put theory into practice to improve the ability to accelerate.

 

12:00 – 12:30 Lunch

 

12:30 – 14:15 Theory – what is multi-direction speed andhow can we develop this through coaching.

• Identify and explain the difference between traditional definitions of agility and multidirectional speed.

• Identify and explain the component and sub-component speed qualities that make up multidirectional speed.

• Recognize the “coaching pyramid” and identify the most effective cues for improving the shuffle/cut and crossover.

• Identify and design effective movements skills programming for multidirectional speed.

 

14:15 – 14:30 Coffee break and preparation for practical session

 

14:30 – 16:30 Practical - how can we put theory into practice to develop multidirectional speed.

 

16:30 – 17:00 Question and answers

Closing points

 

Criteria based rehabilitation of hamstring injuries: Nicol van Dyk

 

This one day workshop will cover basic assessment of hamstring injury, including daily reassessments. We will cover the application of a criteria based programme for rehabilitation, with emphasis on measuring outcomes and clinical reasoning process. Return to sport decision making as well as exercise selection will also be included.

 

Myofascial Activated Posture: Lene van Heerden & Christien Mann

 

MAP Introduction course: Redefining the core

 

This one day course addresses the following topics:

  • The MAP Concept: introduction to muscle meridian theory vs muscle isolation theory.
  • Article review: Sitting is the new smoking by Selen Yeager. This section reveals how sitting has been scientifically shown to shut down our good posture and how it negatively affects our movement.
  • Article review: Pandiculations: natures way of maintaining functional integrity by LF Bertolucci. In this section we discuss the characteristics of fascia and how a technique called “pandiculation” has been proven to loosen fascia slings and re-train movement.
  • Article review: Training principles for fascial connective tissue by Robert Schleip and Divo Müller.
  • Hydration of fascia: Foam roller techniques to increase the elasticity of fascia.
  • Proprioceptive training: Movement principles to increase the body’s awareness in space.
  • Anatomy trains: explaining the Fascia slings according to Thomas Myer and redefining the concept of core.
  • Breathing techniques: fascia release for improved diaphragmatic breathing.
  • Practical application: How to create spinal movement utilizing breathing techniques.
  • MAP fascia practical class.

 

Tendon lower limb injuries: A Kaleidoscope of treatment solutions: Arnold Vlok

 

The course will be your answer to overcome annoying tendinopathies and set a new paradigm in your clinical practice for the treatment thereof. We will address the clinical patho-physiology of these type of injuries and a step by step practical assessment of the intrinsic factors that cause tendinopathies. Evidence based rehabilitation strategies to prevent and treat these type of injuries will be highlighted. Individual treatment strategies and ‘clinical pearls’ will be shared.

 

Eccentric training: Yes or No?

 

Tendons can be resistant to treatment and often reoccur, implying that current treatment approaches are sub optimal and lack an obvious treatment of choice.  Doubt hovers over the current eccentric training regime for tendinopathies – we will investigate and revolutionize.

 

These type of overuse injuries can be characterized by localized tendon pain with loading and can lead to decreased functional performance of the kinetic chain. According to current research, tendon overuse and the subsequent development of tendinopathies, represents a common disorder that is difficult to treat.

 

The purpose of this course is to equip clinicians with impeccable practical clinical knowledge to bridge the gap between clinical research and private practice. Course participants will experience new clinical solutions and practical exercise experiences through which these pathologies can be rehabilitated.

 

The ideal scenario would be to define the optimal treatment solution for tendinopathies within an EBP philosophy. These clinical treatment interventions will enhance the loading capacity of the tendon, improve functional performance of the patient and decrease the risk for re-occurrences. One of the benefits of this course is to enhance the clinical skill of the practitioner to evaluate, debate and conclude the most dynamic solutions for tendon injuries.

 

This course will be your answer to treat the origin of the problem and not only recognize the symptoms we so often deal with.

 

Objectives

 

1. Understand the continuum of tendinopathies defined by Prof Jill Cook.

2. To define the risk factors that drive tendinopathies.

3. Apply clinical reasoning skills to uproot the cause of tendinopathies.

4. Efficient assessment and re-assessment of the patient.

5. Goal setting for various types of tendinopathy pathologies within a structured program and the right exercise selection.

6. Plan rehabilitation strategies for tendon injuries among patients with different clinical presentations.

7. Tendon neuroplastic training as rehabilitation modality.

 

Reviews of this course

 

“Excellent presenter with a holistic approach to teaching and training participants”

– Course Attendee, Johannesburg 2017

 

“Enjoyed course, well worth coming from far. Presenter engages with the attendees and is passionate about this field of rehabilitation”

– Course Attendee, Cape Town 2017

 

“Very informative & easy to incorporate into practice”

– Course Attendee, Hilton KZN 2017

 

HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATION COURSE IN

EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION AND MONITORING: EIMSA

 

1. INTRODUCTION

 

The Exercise is Medicine South Africa (EIMSA) initiative promotes the monitoring and prescription of regular exercise as integral part of every patient contact or consultation. There is a considerable lack of training and knowledge amongst health care professionals in this regard. The EIMSA Accreditation Course is a short course to empower health care professionals over a broad spectrum to understand and use the following concepts:

 

  • Realise the value of regular exercise in the prevention and management of chronic diseases (The implementation of the Exercise is Medicine Solution).
  • Pre-participation Health Screening for Exercise
  • Exercise prescription for
    o Specific populations, including:
  • Cardiac disease, dyslipidaemia, hypertension
  • Diabetes, obesity and metabolic syndrome
  • Special conditions, including asthma and COPD, depression, arthritis, osteoporosis
  • Behaviour modification strategies for Physical Activity

 

2. PRESENTERS

 

Dr in Exercise Physiology; Sport Medicine Doctors and Biokineticists.

 

MODULE CONTENT FOR COURSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. ASSESSMENT

 

Post-course assessment – 50 MCQs

 

 A test link will be sent to all who attend the course. The EIM (SA) office marks and sends the accreditation certificates to the successful candidates. The post-course assessment test is the benchmark for EIM (SA) Accreditation. A final mark of 75% will ensure accreditation.

 

4. DURATION

 

EIMSA accreditation is valid for 3 years. Proof of CPD activities will be assessed for re-accreditation.

 

 

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Developing Speed: Gareth Walton

 

The ability to produce speed poses much interest to many. The human body has the ability to move fast but for this to be maximised many interventions can be developed. This 1-day workshop will look at the key foundations needed to aid the short and long term development of speed abilities.

 

 

08:00 – 10:00 Theory - what is needed from the body to optimise the ability to accelerate.

• Define terms and explain basic physics problems related to sprinting.

• Identify and explain how specific kinematic and kinetic elements relate to the acceleration.

• Recognize the “coaching pyramid” and identify the most effective cues for improving the acceleration technical model.

 

10:00 – 10:15 Coffee break and preparation for practical session

 

10:15 – 12:00 Practical -how can we put theory into practice to improve the ability to accelerate.

 

12:00 – 12:30 Lunch

 

12:30 – 14:15 Theory – what is multi-direction speed andhow can we develop this through coaching.

• Identify and explain the difference between traditional definitions of agility and multidirectional speed.

• Identify and explain the component and sub-component speed qualities that make up multidirectional speed.

• Recognize the “coaching pyramid” and identify the most effective cues for improving the shuffle/cut and crossover.

• Identify and design effective movements skills programming for multidirectional speed.

 

14:15 – 14:30 Coffee break and preparation for practical session

 

14:30 – 16:30 Practical - how can we put theory into practice to develop multidirectional speed.

 

16:30 – 17:00 Question and answers

Closing points

 

Criteria based rehabilitation of hamstring injuries: Nicol van Dyk

 

This one day workshop will cover basic assessment of hamstring injury, including daily reassessments. We will cover the application of a criteria based programme for rehabilitation, with emphasis on measuring outcomes and clinical reasoning process. Return to sport decision making as well as exercise selection will also be included.

 

Myofascial Activated Posture: Lene van Heerden & Christien Mann

 

MAP Introduction course: Redefining the core

 

This one day course addresses the following topics:

  • The MAP Concept: introduction to muscle meridian theory vs muscle isolation theory.
  • Article review: Sitting is the new smoking by Selen Yeager. This section reveals how sitting has been scientifically shown to shut down our good posture and how it negatively affects our movement.
  • Article review: Pandiculations: natures way of maintaining functional integrity by LF Bertolucci. In this section we discuss the characteristics of fascia and how a technique called “pandiculation” has been proven to loosen fascia slings and re-train movement.
  • Article review: Training principles for fascial connective tissue by Robert Schleip and Divo Müller.
  • Hydration of fascia: Foam roller techniques to increase the elasticity of fascia.
  • Proprioceptive training: Movement principles to increase the body’s awareness in space.
  • Anatomy trains: explaining the Fascia slings according to Thomas Myer and redefining the concept of core.
  • Breathing techniques: fascia release for improved diaphragmatic breathing.
  • Practical application: How to create spinal movement utilizing breathing techniques.
  • MAP fascia practical class.

 

Tendon lower limb injuries: A Kaleidoscope of treatment solutions: Arnold Vlok

 

The course will be your answer to overcome annoying tendinopathies and set a new paradigm in your clinical practice for the treatment thereof. We will address the clinical patho-physiology of these type of injuries and a step by step practical assessment of the intrinsic factors that cause tendinopathies. Evidence based rehabilitation strategies to prevent and treat these type of injuries will be highlighted. Individual treatment strategies and ‘clinical pearls’ will be shared.

 

Eccentric training: Yes or No?

 

Tendons can be resistant to treatment and often reoccur, implying that current treatment approaches are sub optimal and lack an obvious treatment of choice.  Doubt hovers over the current eccentric training regime for tendinopathies – we will investigate and revolutionize.

 

These type of overuse injuries can be characterized by localized tendon pain with loading and can lead to decreased functional performance of the kinetic chain. According to current research, tendon overuse and the subsequent development of tendinopathies, represents a common disorder that is difficult to treat.

 

The purpose of this course is to equip clinicians with impeccable practical clinical knowledge to bridge the gap between clinical research and private practice. Course participants will experience new clinical solutions and practical exercise experiences through which these pathologies can be rehabilitated.

 

The ideal scenario would be to define the optimal treatment solution for tendinopathies within an EBP philosophy. These clinical treatment interventions will enhance the loading capacity of the tendon, improve functional performance of the patient and decrease the risk for re-occurrences. One of the benefits of this course is to enhance the clinical skill of the practitioner to evaluate, debate and conclude the most dynamic solutions for tendon injuries.

 

This course will be your answer to treat the origin of the problem and not only recognize the symptoms we so often deal with.

 

Objectives

 

1. Understand the continuum of tendinopathies defined by Prof Jill Cook.

2. To define the risk factors that drive tendinopathies.

3. Apply clinical reasoning skills to uproot the cause of tendinopathies.

4. Efficient assessment and re-assessment of the patient.

5. Goal setting for various types of tendinopathy pathologies within a structured program and the right exercise selection.

6. Plan rehabilitation strategies for tendon injuries among patients with different clinical presentations.

7. Tendon neuroplastic training as rehabilitation modality.

 

Reviews of this course

 

“Excellent presenter with a holistic approach to teaching and training participants”

– Course Attendee, Johannesburg 2017

 

“Enjoyed course, well worth coming from far. Presenter engages with the attendees and is passionate about this field of rehabilitation”

– Course Attendee, Cape Town 2017

 

“Very informative & easy to incorporate into practice”

– Course Attendee, Hilton KZN 2017

 

HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATION COURSE IN

EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION AND MONITORING: EIMSA

 

1. INTRODUCTION

 

The Exercise is Medicine South Africa (EIMSA) initiative promotes the monitoring and prescription of regular exercise as integral part of every patient contact or consultation. There is a considerable lack of training and knowledge amongst health care professionals in this regard. The EIMSA Accreditation Course is a short course to empower health care professionals over a broad spectrum to understand and use the following concepts:

 

  • Realise the value of regular exercise in the prevention and management of chronic diseases (The implementation of the Exercise is Medicine Solution).
  • Pre-participation Health Screening for Exercise
  • Exercise prescription for
    o Specific populations, including:
  • Cardiac disease, dyslipidaemia, hypertension
  • Diabetes, obesity and metabolic syndrome
  • Special conditions, including asthma and COPD, depression, arthritis, osteoporosis
  • Behaviour modification strategies for Physical Activity

 

2. PRESENTERS

 

Dr in Exercise Physiology; Sport Medicine Doctors and Biokineticists.

 

MODULE CONTENT FOR COURSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. ASSESSMENT

 

Post-course assessment – 50 MCQs

 

 A test link will be sent to all who attend the course. The EIM (SA) office marks and sends the accreditation certificates to the successful candidates. The post-course assessment test is the benchmark for EIM (SA) Accreditation. A final mark of 75% will ensure accreditation.

 

4. DURATION

 

EIMSA accreditation is valid for 3 years. Proof of CPD activities will be assessed for re-accreditation.