Assessing Movement: A contrast in approaches & future directions
Hosted by Stanford Sports Medicine Department
The International Society of Clinical Rehabilitation Specialists/Rehab2Performance
Pr Stuart McGill, Ph.D.
Gray Cook, P.T.
Craig Liebenson, D.C.
From 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Reception hosted by Stanford Sports Medicine Friday evening@ 7:00PM
On Campus @ Stanford University – The Cemex Auditorium – 641 Knight Way.
- A contrast in approaches: Quantifying movement in controlled & chaotic environments
- Competency vs Capacity
- How do we qualify someone for an activity?
- Can we predict injury risk?
- The role of movement screening: compass or GPS?
- The alchemy of training: Which exercises are more primary, what can or cannot be corrected?
- Roadmap for the future
Our faculty teaches many “hands-on” seminars around the world. This program is unique in that the approaches will be contrasted & controversies discussed openly in a series of talks followed by Q & A Sessions involving the audience.
$400 – until Friday 1/17/14 (after 1/17/14 – $500)
$325 – Early-Bird by 9/1/13 – EXPIRED
Please note: There is limited enrollment for this course
THERE WILL BE NO REGISTRATION “AT THE DOOR”
Cancellation Policy: No refunds will be given for this course after October 1, 2013. $50 Processing fee for all refunds prior to Oct 1 will be assessed.
Questions: Please contact Dr Roy Page at firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Hotel: Sheraton Palo Alto. (800) 325-3535 if in the U.S. or Sheratonreservations@pahotel.com if International. Special Group Rate by asking for L.A. Sports & Spine Group Discount. Limited # of rooms being held at discounts of $249/night for Thursday & $139/night for Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Reception will be held Friday at 5:00.