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 free training, we will discuss the body of evidence and research that supports fitness as an adjunct to therapy, defining fitness, rehabilitation and the grey area between the two along with the reasons that rehab systems fail and the six stages of care.
We will discuss how fitness isn’t just about improving capacity, but about improving overall health and how to develop a continuum of care from rehab to fitness and how to determine where your patient falls in the spectrum.
About Dr. Teter:
Chiropractor, specializing on integrating movement-based rehabilitation and functional performance training.
Strength and Conditioning Specialist, with 15 years of experience in strength and conditioning and clinical practice, having treated and trained thousands of athletes at all levels of skill and ability.
Assistant Professor and Program Director, served as Assistant Professor and Program Director of Fitness and Wellness Program at Park University, developed the program’s full curriculum blending the science of exercise with the practical application of strength and conditioning.
Developer, Rehab to Fitness, a dynamic hybrid online + live training, certifying healthcare practitioners and fitness professionals in the fundamentals of fitness programming for post-rehab patients.
Have a question that wasn’t covered? Submit your questions for an upcoming Q&A episode with Dr. Riddle here: https://u9iuvwco.paperform.co/
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