The underlying causes of many acute or overuse injuries are often not treated using a conventional diagnostic and therapeutic approach, leading to frequent reinjury and treatment failure. Many leading therapists have discovered that treating the patient's global posture is the key to a successful, fast and efficient treatment regime. Performing a detailed posture analysis is an essential part of a more hollistic therapeutic approach and treatment strategy.
The Healthy Posture for Healthy Movement training courses package gets you off to a flying start with the Chinesport Global Posture System equipment range. Different level courses are based on the latest evidence in posture analysis and treatment of posture related disorders and injuries, each developed and continuously updated by experts with many years of experience using Chinesport Global Posture System equipment.
The course explains how they use the equipment in order to diagnose interregional dependencies that underlie existing musculoskeletal disorders or increase risk of injury and decreased physical performance. This enables practitioners to quickly and easily understand how to improve treatment protocols and increase therapeutic success. The advanced modules introduce treatment concepts for various postural disorders and injuries, based on many years of practical experience and know how.
The basic Healthy Posture for Healthy Movement course is available in workshop format with plenty of opportunity for discussion and hands-on learning experience. It is essential for practitioners that are new to the Chinesport GPS posture analysis method and want to get the most out of their system in a quick, easy and efficient way. The following subjects have been discussed:
Chapter 1: Introduction to posture
Chapter 2: Global Posture Systems
Chapter 3: Posture analysis process
Chapter 4: GPS measurements and data analysis
Chapter 5: Podata and stabilometrics
Chapter 6: GPS data reporting
Hands-on session with GPS
Chapter 7: Introduction to therapeutic pathways; Pulley system, proprioception, Tecar, Sinthesi therapeutic table