NASM Corrective Exercise Design for Common Knee Pathologies

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Lesson Plan

More than 6 million knee injuries occur every year in the U.S. making the knee the most commonly injured joint in the body. While some knee injuries and pain are a result of impact trauma, most are non-contact. Non-contact injuries can be prevented or at least the number of incidents reduced with proper training. This webinar will introduce common movement impairments related to non-contact knee injuries and address corrective exercise strategies designed to prevent and reduce the prevalence.

Learn easy practical solutions for patients and clients:

  • Why the knee is the most commonly injured joint
  • Why many knee injuries are preventable
  • How to use movement assessments are key to identify risk factors
  • Why corrective exercise programs should be integrated into all training programs for prevention

Duration: 48 minutes

Instructor


Kyle Stull, DHSc, MSKyle Stull, DHSc, MS

Kyle Stull is a Faculty Instructor for the National Academy of Sports Medicine and the Senior Master Trainer and Education Manager for Implus.  Kyle collaborates with universities and industry professionals conducting research providing evidence-based support for educational material that is used for both marketing and instructional purposes. Kyle has achieved his Doctorate in Health Sciences, MS in Rehabilitation, BS in Sport Management, is an LMT and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with more than 12 years of experience in personal training, corrective exercise, and manual therapy.

NASM Corrective Exercise Webinar Corrective Exercise Program Design for Common Knee Pathologies Course