Does Your Movement Match Your Anatomy?

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Lesson Plan

A new look at physical rehabilitation and how to train the human physical body.

This course is designed to introduce a new way to think about physical rehabilitation and physical training of the human body. We will discuss human movement mechanics, the anatomy involved, and that anatomy’s true relationship to physical movement.  What happens when things go wrong, and why?  We will learn not only how to design a fully comprehensive rehabilitative program, but more importantly why it is so important to understand rehab and physical training as a build from the ground up approach with the individual’s anatomical structure in mind. This course is a must for anyone who’s responsible for taking care of another’s physical body.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the importance and relevance of this information for both the athlete and novice person.
  • Understand anatomy and its relationship to human movement mechanics.
  • Understand biomechanics, human movement, and compensation (an overview).
  • Understand active and passive anatomy, and tissue structure.
  • Learn how to design a high-level physical rehabilitation program.
  • Learn the concept of building movement.
  • Discuss movement education specific for the individual.
  • Learn foundational mechanics: The beginning of human movement.

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Course Instructor

Donald Richardson, DC Donald Richardson, DC

Dr. Richardson was born and raised in southern California. As an athlete playing football and running track up to the colligate level, his academic strengths lead him to pursue the pre-med major of human biology and biochemistry at the University of California Santa Barbara. He then continued his graduate and post-graduate residency education at Southern California University. Dr. Richardson has worked for several National Governing Bodies(USOC) since 2008, serving as both a team doctor and sports performance coach, traveling both nationally and internationally allover the world with our nation’s top athletes. Dr. Richardson also owns and operates his own private sports medicine clinic in Los Angeles, Universal Sports Performance. He has taught several courses at the graduate level, as well as serving as a head clinician at SCU. Before beginning his own practice, Dr. Richardson served as the Rehabilitative director for a large orthopedic clinic in Newport Beach, CA. He is a published Author, releasing his book The Premier Body Method; The Sport of Life, in early 2018,pertaining to rehabilitation, functional ability, and improving human physical performance. Dr. Richardson continues to pursue the very best in care and training of the physical body through the Premier Body Method website and online educational courses, as well as teaching and the Premier Body Method seminar series.

Does Your Movement Match Your Anatomy?