Why do even healthy people naturally develop compensations? Internal bias and modern lifestyle prefer "being right" but over time these compensations can have you feeling left out - misaligned, moving awkwardly, experiencing pain and ultimately injury.
Balancing the body needs both sides working together with the breath to maintain alignment for pain free movement.
Between “pop and pray” and diagnostic based treatment protocols there exists a vast gray area where most of our patient care lives. In this free webinar, we will discuss how Quadrant Analysis helps you navigate that space.
This webinar is designed to teach participants the systematic approach to bridging the gap between rehabilitation and fitness and how to create a concurrent process for rehabilitation utilizing a systematic model.
In this free webinar, we delve into a topic that is at the forefront of many modern practices -- how do I implement fitness into my current clinical practice?
All too often, practitioners don’t take the leap to incorporate more fitness training into their patient treatment and post-treatment offerings due to lack of equipment, lack of know-how or both. Dr. Tom Teter aims to change this dynamic and break down the barriers practitioners face when deciding if incorporating fitness is right for their practice.
In this one-hour free training, Dr. Todd Riddle, Director of Education for FAKTR and Southeast Sports Seminars, discusses the importance of implementing systems into your rehab.
When you're a practitioner who has learned several techniques and treatment approaches and has a myriad of tools at your disposal--how do you decide what to use and when? Does analysis paralysis keep you from being efficient and effective in your patient interactions?
In this on-demand course, you'll learn how to leverage systems in your rehab to: