What am I going to learn?

  • Accreditatie - Only for Dutch and Belgium participants

    Registers: Beroepsgerelateerd, algemeen, & sport. Keurmerk & KRF: 3 punten; PQK: 8 NE

  • Description

    The human body is a highly complex system, and when it comes to movement that is no exception. It requires the careful and precise coordination of a variety of different tissues and their interaction with joints, all of which is regulated by the nervous system. We regularly observe movement and make assessments based on those observations, however, what we do not always know is why we move in certain ways? The human body is a highly complex and adaptive system. This complexity is compounded during movement which requires the careful and precise coordination of a variety of different tissues that interact with joints, all of which is regulated by the nervous system. We regularly observe movement and make assessments based on those observations, however, we are not always able to answer a fundamental question: why do we move in certain ways? This webinar will begin to explore the laws of physics around movement, and how different tissues help to regulate that movement. It will go on to explore the immediate response of all tissues (muscles, ligaments, tendons, bone, fascia and joints) to a stressful stimulus, and whether that adaptation will be a positive one or a negative. Rather than focussing on which exercise to do for an injury or problem, the webinar will improve the candidates ability to understand and make decisions on what change (adaptation) they are trying to get in the subject / patient, and therefore what are all the options available to get that response.

  • Course language & duration

    Engels - 3 hours - After purchase this e-learning will be accessible for one month

Expert

James Moore

James’ clinical passion lies within complex Hip and Groin injuries, where he developed and founded the Sporting Hip & Groin course. Through this specialist area, he has consulted for a number of Premier league & championship football clubs, Premiership Rugby Clubs & with many elite athletes.

Module

  • 1

    Introduction

    • Welcome

  • 2

    Preparation work

    • Set a goal for this E-learning

    • Muscular strategy shift in human running: dependence of running speed on hip and ankle muscle performance

    • Functional and clinical significance of skeletal muscle architecture

  • 3

    Slides

    • Slides James Moore - Creating athletic movement

  • 4

    Webinar James Moore - Creating athletic movement

    • Recording - Creating athletic movement

  • 5

    Final test

    • Final test - Creating athletic movement

  • 6

    Aftermath

    • Reflect on your goal

    • Don't forget to be critical!

    • Hamill et al 2012 - Coordinative variability and overuse injury

    • Khan et al 2009 - Mechanotherapy- how physical therapists’ prescription of exercise promotes tissue repair

    • Tidball 2005 - Inflammatory processes in muscle injury and repair

    • Neumann 2010 - Kinesiology of the Hip- A Focus on Muscular Actions

    • Arnold et al 2010 - A Model of the Lower Limb for Analysis of Human Movement

    • Dyk et al 2019 - Including the Nordic hamstring exercise in injury prevention programmes halves the rate of hamstring injuries- a systematic review and meta-analysis of 8459 athletes

    • Lieber et al 2000 - Functional and clinical significance of skeletal muscle architecture

  • 7

    Re-watch recording

    • Re-watch webinar with playbar