The ability to modify exercises for your patients and clients is a staple of daily practice. We will look at options for common exercises and assess some of the biomechanical differences.
- Assess the difficulty of an exercise
- Identify elements of exercise modification
- Recommend exercises that match up to a person’s activities of daily living
- Identify exercises that work in a different plane of motion
- Identify the area of emphasis for an exercise
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Andy Klein, DC
Dr. Andy Klein received a BA in Physical Education from Lehman College in 1981, and an MS Ed. in Exercise Physiology from Queens College in 1983. He received his chiropractic degree from Northeast College of Health Sciences in 1987. He is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and a Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is board certified in Chiropractic Sports Medicine by the ACBSP. He is a certified Level 2 weightlifting Coach by USA Weightlifting. Professional appointments include appointed chiropractor for the USA at the Goodwill Games in 1998, and the Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia in 2000. He served as the team chiropractor for the Minnesota Vikings from 2002-2006. He practiced for 21 years in the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Department at Park Nicollet clinic. He is currently the director at the Human Performance Center at Northwestern Health Sciences University.
Core Stabilization Exercise Progressions and Regressions