Approved Lifelong Learning
RAD Mobility 2: Assessments and Interventions for Efficient Movement
Using the foundational knowledge and skills from RAD Mobility 1 this course provides a more in-depth look at anatomy, self myofascial release techniques, and stability and mobility movement patterns that you can immediately apply to multiple real-life situations in your field of expertise.
The focal point of the course provides practice utilizing our 9 point, multiplanar mobility assessment protocol. Learn how to prioritize your efforts by integrating multiple assessments to obtain the facts before creating an intervention program, which is all contained in our RAD Mobility Continuum.
Stop chasing pain and mobility restrictions; instead start applying proven techniques that easily accompany your professional efforts that can have permanent effects on your clients/patients well being and quality of life.
? Differentiate the different postural compensations that can be detected visually
? Understand the most common strain patterns and myofascial imbalances
? Conduct a 9-point, multiplanar mobility assessment protocol in order to collect data and develop an appropriate intervention plan
? Establish an order of operation for intervention program design based on assessment data
? Understand how to identify common mobility restrictions from different case studies
? Identify the main roles and functions of the different regions of the human body
Fitness Instructor (EQF L3), Group Fitness Instructor (EQF L3)
After completing the videos modules and online quizzes contained in the Prep Course work, as well as the 11 hour in-person session, participants will be asked to log in to their acount in order to complete the 40 question Comprehension Exam. After passing with at least an 80% rate they can download their certificate.
Canada, Europewide, United States