The Female Chain Reaction—Core Conversion Integration

by Christina Christie, PT and Rich Colosi, DPT

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If you work with women in any stage of life, and wish to understand all the biomechanical components from dysfunction to function, you need to learn about the female chain reaction. In this DVD, you'll explore the pelvic core neuromuscular (PCN) system, functional mobility techniques for the pelvic girdle/floor muscles and exercise integration utilizing a variety of functional tools. You'll also see how pregnancy influences the PCN system and how incontinence may limit one's ability to exercise.

By Christina Christie, PT, Rich Colosi, DPT

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Christina Christie, PT

Christina Christie, PT IDEA Author/Presenter

Christina Christie, PT, CCE, FAFS, FMR is the president of Pelvic Solutions, LLC and inventor of the Pelvicore™. She is a senior physical therapist and the Women's Health Manager at Athletico Physical Therapy in Park Ridge, Illinois. She is also faculty for the Gray Institute and the developer of the CEC the Female Chain Reaction. Christina specializes in the evaluation and treatment of women’s health issues, orthopedics and sports-related injuries. She is also a childbirth educator and has lectured extensively on the evaluation and treatment of women’s health for the APTA, IDEA and in other settings.

Rich Colosi, DPT

Rich Colosi, DPT IDEA Author/Presenter

Rich is a passionate Doctor of Physical Therapy, clinical educator, and author, with over 13 years of specialization in Applied Functional Science®. He received his initial education from Rosalind Franklin University in North Chicago, IL in 2004, where he continues to lecture annually as an Associated Faculty member. He immediately pursued additional training and fellowship through GIFT at Gray Institute, becoming a faculty member for GIFT, educator, and co-author for “The FeMale Chain Reaction” continuing education seminar. Rich’s proficiency in clinical practice and education includes sports medicine, orthopedic pre, and post-surgical rehabilitation, injury prevention, women’s and men’s health, for functionally rehabilitating the mind, body and spirit of the male and female “athlete”. With ongoing passion and a mission of learning, he is the Director of Rehabilitation for Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy, Lake Zurich, IL.