In this webinar, participants will be introduced to a brain based approach to core stabilization. The majority of information the brain receives is subconscious, creating reflexive responses through the proprioceptive, vestibular & ocular systems. Reflexive stability is subconscious & often overlooked as part of a rehabilitation & performance paradigm, however recognizing the numerous subconscious reflexes that exist for stability of our upright system warrants further investigation about how to integrate this into a workable movement paradigm for anyone. In other words, understanding neurology allows one to apply neurological principles that help improve the efficiency of the human system. This webinar will discuss strategies to implement a brain based approach to movement by applying principles that emphasize reflexive stability via a better understanding of the sensory system.
– Discuss the fundamentals of intervention, and how it applies to reflexive stability
– Describe the importance of central sensory integration and its relevance to movement quality.
– Name strategies to facilitate improved central sensory integration.
– Recognize the importance of the isolated integrated spectrum of movement & how to apply it to reflexive stability
– Implement strategies to engage the nervous system in order to improve motor output.
On Demand – The course is available for 1 year.
Subscription – the course is available as long as you have the account.
You can start and stop the course at any time.
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Disclosure: No relevant information to disclose
Content disclosure: This course does not focus on any product or service.
Materials / prerequisite needed: N/A
What is a brain based approach? – 5 min 5:48
Perceiving Reality – the brain is the ultimate Virtual Reality machine – 2min
What does “Core” mean? – 2 min
Fundamentals of intervention – 2 min 11
Integrated Movement – 2 min 13
Capacities – 5 min 18
Movement Capacities – 3 min
Higher Level Integration Systems/Capacities – 10 min 31
Visual Systems and Ocular Reactions – 6 min 37
Cerebellum – 2 min 39
Systems of the Body – 4 min 43
“Brain” Based Assessments – 15 min
Continuing Education regulations may change. Please verify requirements with your licensure board for license renewal.
Athletic Trainers: WebExercises is an approved provider for the BOC, provider P10199. This course is approved in all states for Athletic Trainers. WebExercises is approved in Florida and Arizona and attendance will be filed with CE Broker.
Doctor of Chiropractic course approval:
(see approval information below) *The licensed Doctor of Chiropractic shall be responsible for verifying the board requirements for license renewal.
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WebExercises is recognized by the PACE program of the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards. PACE approved providers are accepted by the following Chiropractic State Boards: Alaska, Connecticut, DC, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming.
Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi and Wisconsin are PACE approved but currently do not allow online Continuing Education.
The following State Boards accept PACE approved providers, but additionally request submission to the State Board:
Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Kentucky, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas (plus CCE accredited Chiropractic College).
CCE accredited Chiropractic College:
WebExercises is sponsored by a CCE accredited Chiropractic College, Cleveland University-Kansas City. This course meets the appropriate standards for continuing education and qualifies for 1 CEUs (hour) in the following states:
Colorado, Delaware, Illinois, Michigan.