Day 1 (8:00am - 5:00pm)

  • Running Background & Injury Epidemiology

  • Current Concepts in Research

  • Biomechanics of Running

  • Common Running Injuries

  • Running Gait Assessment & Lab

  • Running Gait Retraining & Lab

Day 2 (8:00am - 5:00pm)

  • Mobility Issues in Runners

  • Manual Therapy Intervention & Lab

  • Therapeutic Exercise & Lab

  • Return to Running Assessment

  • Performance Training for Runners

  • Recovery & Regeneration in Runners

At the conclusion, the clinician will be able to effectively,

  • Explain the biomechanics of gait and running

  • Identify pathomechanics of gait and running

  • Examine mechanical faults through functional movement analysis

  • Explain the effects of training regimen and loading strategies

  • Implement video analysis into the assessment and treatment of the runner.

  • Execute advanced manual therapy techniques to address articular and soft tissue dysfunctions in the runner.

  • Develop and implement a performance based exercise program in management of the runner. 


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