Gain the confidence and skill to strength train your patients.
3 x Online Q&A Modules (23rd December, 27th January)
Strength Training Essentials for Physiotherapists is an online and on-demand course that provides clinicians with an easy to apply approach to the use of strength training within injury management and progressing towards return to activity. This short course will guide you through the clinical reasoning, design and implementation of a comprehensive strength training and athletic development program for a range of common musculoskeletal presentations.
By exploring current rehabilitation and injury management guidelines, evidence-based exercises, concepts of exercise prescription and program design you will examine the role strength training plays within today’s biopsychosocial model of healthcare. This short course looks beyond the initial phases of injury management to examine the use of strength training for a range of common musculoskeletal presentations in facilitating return to activity.
You will be guided through a number of online modules discussing the latest evidence base for injury prevention, injury management and motor learning. In addition, you will complete several online workshops covering a broad range of strength training exercises, exploring their technique and adaptations for different clinical populations and performance goals, clinical indications and their coaching. You will also consider the role exercise dosage plays in facilitating the specific performance goals of improved endurance, strength, power and agility.
Strength Training Essentials for Physiotherapists will have you ‘Monday ready’ to start coaching your patients with a novel approach to strength training.
This workshop is targeted to all health professionals routinely involved in the use of exercise therapy. This includes new and recent graduates, through to the experienced clinician looking to refresh their approach. All health and fitness professionals, students and new graduates are welcome.
6 prerecorded lectures
6 prerecorded practical workshops
3 Q&A modules
PDF workbook and access to an online exercise video library
– A Physio’s Guide to Strength Training (Part 1&2).
– Assessing Your Strength Training Patient.
– From Rehab to Training (Part 1&2).
– Coaching Your Patients.
– Strength Training Exercise Prescription.
– Strength Training Program Design.
– Movement Skills.
– Lower Body Strength Training (Part 1- 5).
– Upper Body Strength Training Part 1&2).
– Torso Training.
– Explosive and Reactive Strength Training.
– Case Studies: Strength Training Program Design (Part 1&2).
ONLINE Q&A MODULES:
Each month John will answer questions submitted from workshop participants. Q&A modules released monthly (2nd December, 23rd December and 27th January 2022).
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B.Physio (Hons) B.Sc M.ExSci (S&C) M.Sports Physio APA Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist, S&C Coach
John is an APA Sports Physiotherapist, Strength & Conditioning Coach and Pilates Educator who has worked in a range of Physiotherapy settings across Melbourne and London. With a special interest in return to sport rehabilitation and gym based performance training, John spends much of his clinical time developing his patient’s physical performance characteristics with a mix of exercise based interventions.
He has completed a Master of Sports Physiotherapy (La Trobe University) as well as a Master of Exercise Science (Strength & Conditioning) from Edith Cowan University and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA) and a Level 1 ASCA S&C Coach.
John established Resistance Training Rehabilitation in 2012 to deliver a range of Clinical Pilates, Strength & Conditioning and injury rehabilitation courses for health and fitness professionals.
He has previous worked with the Football Federation of Victoria, Brentford Football Club, Victoria Bushrangers and was formally Master Trainer for APPI in the UK and Australia. John currently consults from Physiosports Brighton.