Strength and Conditioning for Rehab

Disclaimer and Warning Notice

The techniques demonstrated in this course may only ever be performed by a suitably qualified professional.

Taking this course does not grant you any form of license to practice manual therapy. Do not practice any form of manual therapy unless it falls within your professional scope of practice.

Depending on where you practice, you may be required by law to meet certain criteria for practicing manual therapy, even if you are a qualified medical or healthcare practitioner.

If you are not sure about the laws and regulations governing the practice of manual therapy in your area, you must make the necessary enquiries to ensure that you meet any and all requirements that may be in place.

If you are unsure, please contact your professional organization or licensing board.

Learning Objectives

By the end of the "Strength and Conditioning for Rehab" course, participants should be able to:

  1. Understand the fundamental principles of strength and conditioning in the context of injury rehabilitation.
  2. Assess muscle strength and imbalances in clients and develop tailored rehabilitation programs.
  3. Apply cardiovascular conditioning techniques to improve overall fitness during rehabilitation.
  4. Safely integrate resistance training into rehabilitation programs for various muscle groups.
  5. Implement flexibility and mobility exercises to enhance range of motion and function.
  6. Develop injury-specific rehabilitation protocols for a range of common injuries.
  7. Recognize the importance of nutrition in the rehabilitation process and provide basic dietary guidance.
  8. Demonstrate practical exercises and correct form for rehabilitation.
  9. Establish effective client-centered relationships, setting realistic goals, and creating personalized rehabilitation plans.
  10. Monitor and evaluate client progress, making necessary adjustments to rehabilitation plans for optimal outcomes.

Upon completing this course, participants should be well-equipped to guide their clients through the essential strength and conditioning phase of injury rehabilitation, promoting recovery, and improved overall well-being.


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How to Complete This Course

1.  View the video tutorials in the video player above in the order they are listed (where applicable).

2.  Study the course workbook in your own time, in tandem with the video classes, or as directed. 

3.  Review all of the course material several times to ensure understanding.  You will be examined on all course material.

4.  Complete the course exam. 

5.  On passing the course exam you will receive an email with your certificate which you may download and print. 

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