KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION – PUTTING EVIDENCE INTO PRACTICE TO BUILD A PRECISION PROGRAM

ONLINE COURSE

In this Knowledge Translation program you will learn how to implement high-value evidence-based MS prehab/rehab in your clinic/gym setting. Join us as we take you through the gap process for building a person-centered program. Learn how to perform the Needs Analysis to build a precision profile & then program for your clients/patients.

We will go over:

  • Implementation of evidence for High value prehab/rehab
  • HOW to bridge the gap (BTG) from knowledge to practice (gym floor, clinic, etc).
  • WHAT a Gap Analysis is
  • Example of my Needs Analysis Questions from my chart
  • How to use both the Movement Prep & GPP (general physical prep) (taught in FPM Prepare & Train) for for establishing baseline current capacity
  • HOW to BTG from current to required capacity

What you will receive:

  • 30 days access to the course
  • PDF of slide decks
  • Additional resources
Fees

€ 299,-  sale

Full time student

€ 179,-

Please contact us at hello@designed2move.com for a discount code and send us proof of university enrollment

CPD points

8 points accredited by the EAC (ECU) and SCN

Fysiotheapie
Keurmerk

8 points requested / in process

KNGF

If approved by Keurmerk Fysio, KNGF will take over the same amount of point.
Request points yourself.

Extra information

Delegates are required to complete a 8 question MCQ style assessment upon completion of the course in order to obtain CPD hours and a certificate

You have 6 months to finish the course

Presented by

Dr. Craig Liebenson, DC

Rachel Balkovec
Dr. Ryan Chow, DC
Matthew Berenc
Tyson Beach, PhD
Prof. Jan Hartvigson, DC (PhD)

Course Curriculum

Knowledge Translation part 1
Knowledge Translation part 1 04:09:00
Knowledge Translation part 2
Knowledge Translation part 2 04:18:00

Course Reviews

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  1. GO DR LIEBENSON!

    5

    Always great to learn from Dr Liebenson. Love his live seminars and been to a few

  2. Five stars - different approach than mainstream

    5

    Overall, I would recommend this seminar for it’s inclusiveness for other ideas in the rehab world and as a way to get your feet wet in the “functional” approach if you are growing tired of a structuralist model of looking at the body.

  3. active practice

    4

    I always a course that has actvity from the client. I truly believe that the client is also responsable for the result 50/50 treatment. ANd thet was reinforced learned a lot of new skill that I will be implementing

  4. knowledge translation

    5

    excelent course and very practical

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