In this 2 hour interactive webinar, participants will learn about the five fundamentals of intervention that Adam uses in his daily practice including: the importance of dealing with pain, assessing central sensory integration and strategies to improve mobility and stability. This webinar places an emphasis on understanding how sensory integration occurs in the nervous system and quality of movement; as even a basic understanding of both concepts lends tremendous insight into nervous system responses
- Discuss the five fundamentals of intervention, and why they are arranged in the specific order they are.
- Comprehend the importance of central sensory integration and its relevance to movement quality
- Demonstrate strategies to facilitate improved central sensory integration
- Understand the importance of the isolated<>integrated spectrum of movement
Length: 1 hour 45 mins