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GRIP Approach is a comprehensive rehabilitative system that offers a global (full-body) perspective. The acronym stands for Global Rehabilitation & Injury Prevention. GRIP defines the connection between seemingly disparate elements of human physiology and movement and how to interpret these elements for improved clinical outcomes.

10/22/2016 to 10/23/2016
When: October 22-23, 2016
Where: Ewald Conference Center
1000 Westgate Drive
St. Paul, Minnesota  55114
United States
Contact: Jessica Riddle
864-475-1022

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Global Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention

GRIP Approach is a comprehensive rehabilitative system that offers a global (full-body) perspective. The acronym stands for Global Rehabilitation & Injury Prevention. GRIP defines the connection between seemingly disparate elements of human physiology and movement and how to interpret these elements for improved clinical outcomes. GRIP incorporates the neurodevelopment movements of developmental kinesiology (Vojta, Janda, Kolar), current fascia research (Stecco, Schleip, Vleeming), and modern pain science (Moesley, Butler) into a workable, exciting, and highly effective rehabilitative approach. We outline Functional Range of Motion (fROM) and demonstrate how to achieve it with the fewest steps and maintain it for performance.


Upon completion of this program, course attendees will have a clear understanding of:

  • The principle of functional range of motion and how it differs from standard range of motion evaluation.
  • Basic principles of developmental kinesiology: ontogenesis during the first year of life and its relationship with functional range of motion.
  • Comprehensive assessment of functional range of motion as it pertains to the sagittal plane of movement.
  • Assessment of the spine, thoracic cage, pelvis, and extremities for ability to form a neutral zone of reference to be utilized in functional ROM testing and rehabilitation.
  • Assessment functional range of motion limitations to identify neurogenic, articular, myofascial, kinematic, and mixed restrictions in the sagittal plane.
  • The pathway force transmission from the neurological impulse to the cellular level to the body segment to the global pattern.
  • The assessment of fascial centers of coordination and their affect on function ROM in the sagittal plane
  • GRIP Approach therapeutic strategies for eliminating restrictions to the functional range of motion, training control of the neutral zone of reference, and reducing neural tension.
  • Reactive cueing for subcortical integration of gained functional ROM.
  • GRIP Approach strategies for home care and training.

Pricing

Professional: $450*
Student: $350*
*Save $50 – register by Sept. 1st


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