Maximizing Performance through Visual Feedback Training and Motor Learning Principles is a 5 part series, with each module approximately 1 hour in duration. Categorized by body part, modules offer review of the literature, assessment and treatments you can immediately apply to maximize results for rehabilitation and performance. Joint Position Sense deficits and movement dysfunctions have been discovered and linked to various conditioning that are commonly treated in physical rehabilitation medicine. This rehabilitation continuing education course is directed toward educating healthcare professionals on how to make researched based assessments and treatments. The content utilizes current motor learning principles and gives insight into how patients can respond to various types of feedback and motivation yielding immediate improvements in movement, motor control, and improved retention to enhance both movement and performance. This virtual course, will include lecture, patient demonstrations, and lab time to give the participants an opportunity for in-depth problem-solving and refinement of technique for using motor learning principles and motor control exercises for the assessment and treatment of conditions and dysfunctions associated with the head/neck area, shoulder, knee, and lower back pain. The attendee will leave with a good understanding of how to implement motor learning principles to any body part or condition.
The following conditions will be discussed: (Detailed outline below)
- Whiplash Associated Disorder
- Chronic Neck pain
- Rotator Cuff related shoulder pain
- Shoulder instability
- Chronic Lower Back pain
- Patello-femoral pain
- ACL deficiency
- Post-Operative Knee conditions
- Return to Participation testing and performance training for the lower chain
- Define the differences between External and Internal Focus of attention and give two (2) examples of each type
- Describe the differences between Dorsal and Ventral Streams of Vision and their roles in information during motor learning
- List examples of components of the OPTIMAL Theory of Motor Learning
- Describe the differences between Explicit, Implicit, and Augmented Feedback and how to apply each to Motor Learning
- Demonstrate evaluation of Cervical Spine Joint Position Sense Error in sitting
- Demonstrate evaluation of Shoulder Joint Position Sense Error in Standing
- Recall a treatment consisting of complex motions for a patient who presents with cerebellar ataxia
- Discuss 3 risk factors associated with ACL deficiencies and reconstructions
- Interpret Joint Position Sense errors for the low back pain patient
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Module 1 – 72 min
Maximizing Performance Through Visual Feedback Training and Motor Learning Principles
Introduction, Touch Points, interoceptive, Exteroceptive, Prorioception – 2 min
Vision (ventral stream, Dorsal Stream) – 5 min
Smooth Pursuit – Gaze Stability – 3 min
Original Model of Brain Lateralization – 2 min
Vision during rehab and training – 2 min
Skill Acquisition – 4 min
Is Motor Learning really a thing? – 7 min
Attention and Performance – 5 min
Psychological Refractory Period – 3 min
Wulf Optimal Learning – 6 min
How are we communicating with our patients? – 5 min
Feedback in Practice, how giving feedback influences learning – 7 min
Organization and Scheduling – 9 min
Examples of Motion Guidance Applications 12 min
Module 2- 58 min
Maximizing Performance in Head/Neck Treatment
Assessment and treatment of dysfunctions or decompensations involving the head/neck area and performance options for normal or asymptomatic clients
Mechanisms and effects of concussion and whiplash, clinical signs and symptoms – 10 min
Neuro Application video and examples – 6 min
Gaze Stabilization test/training – 5 min
Exercise Options for WAD, Concussion, CNP – 37 min
Module 3 – 49 min
Maximizing Performance in Shoulder Treatment
Why is shoulder JPSE measurements important? – 8 min
Fatigue – 5 min
Shoulder studies – 7 min
Shoulder assessments – 12 min
Strength training and shoulder proprioception – 4 min
Joint position and body awareness, demonstrations of motions and exercises – 13 min
Module 4 – 71 min
Maximizing Performance in Lower Extremity Treatment
Treatment Options for Motor Control Deficits – 5 min
Functional Movement Screening Tools – 15 min
ACL Pevention Programs – 10 min
Recent ACL Injury Research – 8 min
Research regarding motor control deficits S/P ACL Injury – 8 min
Return to Sport – 25 min
Module 5 – 62 minutes
Maximizing Performance through visual feedback training and motor learning principles
Maximizing Performance in Lumbo-Pelvic Treatment – 12 min
Define Motor Control – 7 min
Importance in movement – 15 min
Review literature evidence of where and when motor control deficits occur in the lumbar spine – 15 min
Options for observing and treating motor control issues – 13 min
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