2015 Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar

In addition to owning Elite Physical Therapy and Sports Performance, I’ve also had the blessing to run the sports physical therapy website SportsRehabExpert.com.

It’s a site for physical therapists, chiropractors, strength coaches and others in those industries to learn from some of the best in the business.  Every year I run a teleseminar series where I interview 10 of the best clinicians and strength coaches in the world, and then post those interviews online for free.  A number of these interviews may appeal to you readers of this blog whether you are in the health care or training industries or not.

Here is this year’s list of speakers and topics:

Charlie Weingroff – Motor skill acquisition and long term athletic development, movement competency, and high performance programs

Donald Chu – The foremost authority on plyometric training discusses potential benefits, progressions, injury prevention, and more

Derek Hansen – Speed development qualities, hamstring injury mechanics and running rehab, front side vs. back side mechanics

Mike Cantrell – Exploring the mechanics behind sports hernia, FAI, and shoulder impingement through the PRI lens.

Rob Panariello – Single limb vs. bilateral training, Olympic lifts during performance training and rehab

Phil Plisky – Injury risk/prevention research, the state of current prevention programs, UE stability testing, and what’s new with the SFMA.

Gary Gray – Applied Functional Science (AFS) and it’s principles, functional soft tissue transformation, and functional movement screening systems

Linda Joy Lee – Thoracic Rings Approach and the Integrated Systems Model, finding the meaningful task and primary driver

Sarah MottramKinetic Control system, understanding the biomechanics of normal and abnormal function, and motor control retraining of uncontrolled movement

Chris and Jennifer Poulin – PRI principles in sports performance and injury prevention programs

Some of the topics can get quite complex but I’m sure there are certain interviews that will interest you whether you’re looking to get faster, stronger, or just get healthy!

The link to the sign up page is here:  http://www.sportsrehabexpert.com/public/982.cfm.  You’ll also find a more detailed explanation of each topic plus more info on each speaker.

Check it out and I’m sure you’ll pick up some tips that will bring you closer to your goals.

Joe Heiler PT

joe@elitepttc.com