Understanding movement and compensation patterns associated with injury can improve rehabilitation outcomes. Following an injury, or when experiencing pain, movement alters. This compensation has been shown to further increase injury risk, of which these factors are modifiable. In this practical workshop, you will learn how to assess, and grade patterns of motion based on common musculoskeletal and orthopaedic disorders. As well as prescribe exercises to improve and maintain movement quality.
Please note, this workshop was presented nationally by ESSA in 2017 and 2018.
The Functional Movement for Injury Prevention – Prescription (Level 2) workshop, being held in Sydney on Sunday, 22 September 2019 is a follow on from this Professional Development.
Presented by Mr Jonathan Freeman, AEP ESSAM MExSci(Rehab) BExSci&Nutr
Jonathan Freeman is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Injury Rehabilitation and Athletic Performance Consultant. Currently a sessional academic in biomechanics and functional anatomy for Southern Cross University, Jonathan is also the director of The Athletes Workshop, where he consults for the Chinese Swimming Association and many International athletes. He also is the co-founder and director of Club Active a facility to help ‘change the way you age’. With a keen interest in the biomechanics of movement he has and continues to present such topics for many national and the international fitness conferences and University programs.
Sydney CBD, NSW
Saturday, 21 September 2019
8:30am – 5:30pm
-- Professional Development is full --
Must be received and paid for on or before
21 August 2019
If received and paid for on or after
22 August 2019
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Any Accredited Exercise Scientists, Accredited Exercise Physiologists, Accredited Sports Scientist Level 1, Accredited Sports Scientist Level 2 and/or Accredited High Performance Managers.
This is a repeat of an ESSA workshop delivered in 2017 and 2018:
2017: Functional Movement Assessment for Injury Prevention
2018: Functional Movement Assessment and Prescription for Injury Prevention
ESSA CPD Points
7 CPD Points
-- Professional Development is full --
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