by Chuck Wolf, MS
Move Away From Back Pain
Low back pain accounts for more than $90 billion in health-related expenses in the United States. Learn how lifestyle and activities of daily living impact adverse reactions that impact of the feet, hips, and thoracic spine on low back biomechanics. Students will develop functional strategies to improve conditions and be a relieving remedy for problems such as sacroiliac dysfunction, low back pain, spinal fusion, scoliosis, spinal stenosis, and the chain reaction upon spinal movements. Learn a regressive to progressive approach to improve functional strength and return to play for clients with back pain.
In this course you'll:
|Module 1: Introduction to the Principles & Concepts of Movement ||Module|
|Module 2: Spinal Range of Motion & Common Postural Issues ||Module|
|Module 3: Functional Assessment: Ankle & Foot Complex ||Module|
|Module 4: Spinal Assessment ||Module|
|Module 5: Common Low Back Disorders & Program Considerations ||Module|
|Module 6: Flexibility Highways ||Module|
|Module 7: Program Design ||Module|
|Module 8: Closing Thoughts, Resources & References ||Module|
|Final Exam ||Module|
In the fitness and sports performance industry worldwide, there are only a few names that come to mind when you think functional anatomy, movement analysis, function and advanced program design, Chuck Wolf is one of these. Chuck has been teaching workshops, presenting at conferences, running seminars with fitness professionals through to elite athletes of many different sports all over the world. Currently sought after as one of the industry’s top educators, Chuck brings a whole new approach to how we look and train the body.
Chuck has a Masters of Science Degree in Exercise Physiology from George Williams College, and specializes in Applied Biomechanics. He presently is the Director of Human Motion Associates, in Orlando, Florida, consulting with clients ranging from the rehabilitation setting to professional athletes of the highest level. Chuck works extensively with many of the top 50 PGA players in the world and also has worked with numerous professional baseball players and other high level athletes. He has emerged as a leader of functional anatomy and biomechanics within the fitness and sports performance industries and works extensively with internal medicine physicians, orthopedic specialists, neurosurgeons, and physical therapists addressing musculoskeletal issues and developing corrective exercise programs. Chuck has presented at many national and international conferences and written numerous articles and produced many educational videos in the areas of human motion, sports science, and human performance
Chuck Wolf, MS, is the director of Human Motion Associates, in Orlando, Florida, consulting with clients ranging from rehabilitation settings to elite, professional athletes. Chuck is one of the industry's top educators with his expertise in functional anatomy, movement analysis, function and advanced program design. He holds a master’s degree in exercise physiology. ... read more.
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