Common movement dysfunctions of the orthopedic, neuromuscular, CP/CV & special populations – CPRS 9
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE 3 MONTH PAYMENT PLAN IS ONLY APPLICABLE TO THE FULL CPRS CERTIFICATION
This is Course 9 of Pinnacle Training and Consulting Systems’ Certified Post Rehabilitation Specialist (CPRS) courses. You can study this course on its own, or do all 10 courses at a reduced fee.
Fitness Professionals who are certified will be able to position themselves as experts in human movement, showing they have strong understanding of the foundation science, functional assessments and application science as it relates to human movement. They will be able to work with any and all types of clients as well as with physiotherapists to transition clients from physiotherapy to the gym.
Course 9, brought to you in partnership with Pinnacle Training and Consulting Systems, is designed to:
- Teach and be able to differentiate between common orthopedic, neuromuscular, cardiopulmonary/vascular and special population dysfunctions
- Critically evaluate the difference among common pathology/movement dysfunctions
- Interpret the mechanism of injury, common symptoms, medical management, common physical therapy treatment with post therapy training of common orthopedic injuries
- Design sample beginner and advanced programmes for movement dysfunctions defending rationale that is based on science and research
- Chapter 1: How Common Dysfunctions Develop
- Chapter 2: Common Orthopedic and Musculoskeletal Dysfunctions
- Chapter 3: Neuromuscular Conditions
- Chapter 4: Cardiopulmonary Conditions
- Chapter 5: Special and High Risk Population Conditions
- Chapter 6: Vestibular Disorders
- Practice Examination
Course 1: 3 REPSSA Endorsed CPD Points
Full CPRS Certification: 30 REPSSA Endorsed CPD Points
- Work with elite athletes to help them improve their performance
- Work in a rehabilitation setting helping clients improve their training or sport
Work in health clubs and wellness facilities
Work alongside physical therapists and physicians transitioning clients from rehab to the gym or home
You must hold a personal trainer or exercise science qualification to do this course
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