Course Prerequisites: *To qualify for attendance of this course, one must be a licensed provider or a student in the following disciplines: PT, PTA, DC, ATC, LMT, OT, OTA, DO, and MD.
You DO NOT need Level 1 to attend this course! Why? Because this is an integrative, conditions-based course that incorporates movement-based assessment, IASTM, joint mobilization, corrective exercise, and blood flow restriction (BFR) training. This is not an advanced IASTM course. There are 16 IASTM protocols covered in this course compared to the 50+ covered in Level 1. This course was designed to integrate multiple modalities into a conditions-based course that would mimick a typical treatment session.
Manual therapists have many continuing education options to choose from. Many courses focus on one isolated technique or procedure leaving it up to the attendee to figure out how to incorporate what they learn into their own practice . Often we are limited by our resources, mostly time, space and equipment. . In this Level 2 course, we educate clinicians to screen, assess movement and treat in a conditions-based, regional interdependence approach. This approach is time efficient and would parallel a normal patient visit in the clinic while still maintaining impressive outcomes.
Our Level 2 course is founded on the neurological – skeletal – soft tissue model:
Treat Soft Tissue (IASTM)
(Blood Flow Restriction Training and Corrective Exercises)
This is a conditions-based course where 16 common clinical conditions will be covered. Such as:
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Patellar Tendonitis
- Runners Knee
- Post-Surgical tendon tear
- Muscle sprain/strain
- Low back pain
- Shoulder Impingment
- Medial/Lateral Epicondylitis
- And more…
Already taken our Level 1 course? Great! We teach you how to incorporate those techniques and protocols into this treatment model.
Already taken an IASTM or Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) course and want to learn how to plug it into our system? Then this course is for you.
Date: Sat Jun. 02 - Sun Jun. 03, 2018
Time: 8am - 5pm (each day)
Venue: Bond Clinic, 3000 Woodmont Ave
Winter Haven, FL 33884
Jamie Bovay, DPT, MTC, CSCSUSA
Jamie Bovay, DPT, MTC, CSCS graduated with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri. He has worked with athletes at all levels including professionals, Olympians, weekend warriors, kids, and everything in between.
He uses a combination of manual therapy, movement assessments, joint manipulation, dry needling, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, taping, corrective exercises, and other techniques to get his patients better as quickly as possible. Using this approach has not only been extremely effective for athletes from all sports, but also for everyday orthopedic injuries as well.
Through a wide variety of continuing education and self-learning Jamie has always striven to improve. In his quest to improve he attained his Manual Therapist Certification (MTC) and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). These skills and qualifications have allowed his patients to receive excellent results and outcomes making him one of the most sought out PT’s in Denver.
Growing up playing a variety of sports he still plays basketball frequently and you can find him in the mountains most weekends hiking/trail running in the summer or snowboarding in the winter.
Level 2 IASTM Certification Course 16 Hours
There are many different singular modality continuing education courses out there, but few put it all together. This integrative, conditions-based course will instruct you on how to integrate several manual therapy treatments into one treatment session of common clinical conditions.
By the end of the course, attendees will be able to:
- Discuss the benefits of using a double leg overhead squat as a screening tool
- Discuss Indications and Contraindications of Instruments and Blood Flow Restriction training
- Compare and contrast different types of exercise
- Critically Analyze the utility of BFR in the rehabilitation setting
- Develop and devise a rehab program for a potential patient or client
Hour 1: Introduction to Regional Interdependence and Whole Body Screening: Double Leg Overhead Squat;Segmental Evaluation: Individual Joints - Big Toe, Ankle, Knee, Hip, Elbow, Shoulder, Lumbar, Cervical, Thoracic Spine, Wrist (mobility of joint with hands)
Hour 2: The Tools of the Trade: IASTM & Blood Flow Restriction; The science and application to the tools we use everyday in the clinic.
Assessment & Treatment of each condition will follow the model:
- Treat Joint
- Treat Soft Tissue
- Exercise Progressions
- Reciprocal Inhibition (Acute phase or high pain levels)
- Isometrics (5s holds x 12-15 reps)
- Stretch (30-60 seconds, 6 times per day)
- Eccentrically load (1 set of 40 reps twice per day)
- Concentrically load (3 sets of 12-15 reps)
- Dynamically load (2-3 days per week of 3 sets of 12-15 reps)
Hour 3: Lower Extremity Assessments:
1. The Modified Romberg’s Test
2. Sidelying Hip Abduction Test
3. Star Excursion Balance Test
4. Forward Step- down Test
Hour 4-8: Lower Extremity Treatment:
Treatment of the following Conditions:
1. Achilles’ Tendonitis
2. Plantar Fasciits
4. Calf Strain
5. Neuroma ddx
6. Patellar Tendonitis
8. Meniscal Tear
9. ITB ie. Runner’s Knee
10.Knee Instability (ACL/MCL/PCL/LCL)
13.Hip Flexor Strain
Hour 9-10: Spine Assessment: Cervical
Mobility: Cervical rotation and flexion; Extension; Flexion
Stability: 1. Deep Cervical Chain
Treatment of the following Conditions
16. General Neck Pain - Upper Cervical/Lower Cervical
17. Anterior Head Carriage
Hour 11: Spine Assessment: Lumbar
Mobility: Toe Touch & Multi-Segmental Extension
Stability: 45s Plank
18. Lower Back Pain
19. Anterior Pelvic Tilt
20. Posterior Pelvic Tilt
Hours 12-16: Upper Extremity:
Assessments 1. Shoulder Position I
2. Shoulder Position II
21. Shoulder Impingement
22. Bicipital Tendonitis
23. Rotator Cuff Tear
24. Tricep Tendonitis
25. Medial/Lateral Epicondylits
26. Dequervains Tenosynovitis
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