FICS – Pre-Convention Workshop Sports Seminar Budapest, Hungary 2018
Start: 24th May 2018 @ 09:00am
End: 24th May 2018 @ 15:00pm
Budapest Congress Center
1123 Budapest, Jagelló u. 1-3, Hungary
Speaker: Ståle Hauge, DC ICSSD
- The McGill Method; The detailed back assessment – converging on a precise diagnosis.
- A functional diagnostic procedure. To elicit functional movement deficits that may predispose for compensatory movement patterns and the development of back pain.
A two hours demonstration.
Speaker: John Downes, DC
Purpose: To provide a hands-on assessment protocol as a screening tool for performance of the neuromusculoskeletal system of the athlete / patient.
Background: Neuromechanics is the operational system for our motor control processes. Feedforward and Feedback pathways impacted by afferent inputs and cortical regulation are the practical outcomes driving movement and posture. Examining the components of neuromechanics and the potential operational deficits and their implications yield a pragmatic viewpoint regarding non-contact injury joint failure and management paradigms.
Outcome: By the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
1) Perform a global mechanical assessment
2) Understand the underlying principles of a global proprioceptive deficit
3) Cite current research to support the performance deficits
4) Integrate the assessment protocol into their management paradigm if desired
Hour 1 – Introduction
Goals and Objectives of the workshop
Current research on the sensorimotor system
Current literature on non-contact sports injuries
Hour 2 – Theory
Neuromechanics of sport
Impact of core dysfunction on performance
Hour 3 – Testing
Introduction of the global assessment
Hands-on assessment utilizing the global assessment
Hour 4 – Application
Integration of the theory of corrupted muscle response patterns and specific adaptation to imposed demand. Integration into management paradigms.
The two approaches may then be compared and contrasted.
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