ADVANCED MOTOR CONTROL TRAINING FOR THE SPINE
October 28 @ 8:00 am - October 29 @ 5:00 pm$575
Speaker: Professor Paul Hodges
Location: Oakville Ontario
Registration Deadline: September 29, 2017
Course: October 28th and 29th 2017
This Course will provide an updated understanding of optimal exercise design when targeting motor control in low back and pelvic pain. Assessment of posture, movement and muscle activation will be covered along with treatment prioritization and progression. Real Time Ultrasound will be used to evaluate breathing, diaphragm and pelvic floor dysfunction. New men’s health session using ultrasound guided assessment and training.
Cost: $575 +HST Before September 29, 2017
Cost After the Deadline: $660 +HST After September 29, 2017
To register – call (905) 338-2898
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Fax completed forms to: (905) 849-7396
This event is hosted by Proactive Education. For more information about this course, please call (905) 338-2898
About Professor Hodges
Paul Hodges PhD MedDr DSc BPhty(Hons) FACP is an NHMRC (National Health and Medical Research Council) Senior Principal Research Fellow and the Director of the NHMRC Centre for Clinical Research Excellence in Spinal Pain, Injury and Health (CCRE SPINE) at the University of Queensland, Brisbane Australia. Paul has three doctorates; one in Physiotherapy and two in Neuroscience. His research blends these skills to understand pain, control of movement, and the interaction between multiple functions of the trunk muscles including spine control, continence, respiration and balance. The large multidisciplinary Research Centre that Paul leads aims to bridge the gap between basic science and clinical practice. He has received numerous international research awards (2006 and 2011 ISSLS Prize [premier international prize for spine research from the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine]; Suzanne Klein-Vogelbach Prize), leadership awards (Emerging leader in Health [Next 100 Awards], Future Summit Australian Leadership Award). Paul has published >280 scientific papers and book chapters, presented >120 invited lectures at major conferences in 30 countries, and received >$AU23 million in research grants. He is the author of 3 clinical texts that have sold over 30,000 copies internationally. He has presented workshops for more than 5000 physiotherapists and medical practitioners in more than 40 countries. He is the lead chief investigator on the first physiotherapy based NHMRC Program Grant (~$AU8 million) and received the 2011 NHMRC Achievement Award as the highest ranked NHMRC Research Fellow across disciplines in Australia.