The ability to move freely and easily is a common barrier for our clients to achieve better health. This is particularly the case for movement dysfunction of the lower body. This workshop gives the Practitioner a broad range of lower body assessment techniques to gain deep understanding of how their clients currently are able to move throughout the lower body; how this can be directly related to past and present injury presentations; how to delve deeper into the assessments to get to the source of the dysfunction; and how to build large movements from the ground up through specific exercise selection. This workshop will challenge your ability to problem solve in the realm of musculoskeletal assessment and expand upon the practical assessment and correction techniques you currently use in practice.
Presented by Scott Wood and Max Martin
Scott Wood: Scott has worked full time for close to a decade as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist for Inform Health and Fitness Solutions, specialising in the area of musculoskeletal assessment and corrective exercise prescription for a broad range of clients. Scott also has extensive experience creating and delivering Professional Development workshops for the Health and Fitness industry both privately for Corrective Exercise Australia as well as TAFE SA. Scott has vast experience delivering up-to-date, relevant information for his peers as well as the public and is passionate about the learning experience of his audience.
Max Martin: Max is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with a degree in Applied Science (Exercise and Sports Science), and a first class Hons. Max has been a founding director and principal exercise physiologist of iNform Health and Fitness Solutions since the year 2000; Founding director of Corrective Exercise Australia Pty. Ltd; and a founding director of Movement Screen Pty. Ltd. Max’s work focuses on the clinical and educational delivery of exercise physiology and corrective exercise programming. Recipients ofMax’s services include various population groups ranging from the elderly, children, and a particular focus in elite athletic development and rehabilitation.
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