Treating and Training the Female Runner Module 1
(or any Female Athlete): Module 1
Treating and Training
Treating and Training the Female Runner (or Any Female Athlete): Module One applies the foundational concepts of a dynamic central control system (Foundations Part One) to the variable demands of running and higher intensity athletics. Start here to begin to bridge the gap between our understanding of musculoskeletal, and sports performance with pelvic, abdominal and pregnancy/postpartum health considerations for female athletes. This introductory segment provides a deeper dive into a path path back to automatic, efficient and powerful movement, function and fitness without pain or pelvic/abdominal health considerations. Concepts introduced: Dynamic central control that matches the demands of running, running form, impact loading, pressure management, and rebuilding automaticity and program carryover.
Filmed live, and built for interactive engagement throughout. This is a great place to start for pelvic health providers who want to learn how to transition women to fitness, and ortho/sports medicine pros learn how to integrate pelvic, abdominal and postpartum concepts into their programming. It's win-win!
Solidify your learning with completion of Treating and Training the Female Runner (or Any Female Athlete):Modules 2-8. The full course equips pros to move from concepts to execution of the clinical reasoning strategies, functional evaluation and treatment skills needed to integratively assess and address the full clinical picture for female runners and athletes at any level. The course is intended to be an entry level, all external/functional opportunity, and a great prep for providing telemedicine. Read more here.
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Click here to see the full course description Treating and Training the Female Runner (Modules 1-8)
- Foundations (Module 1)
- Treating and Training the Female Runner (Module 1)
- Female Athlete: Ready for Impact and High Intensity (Case Study)
- Treating and Training the Female Runner
- Foundations (Modules 1-7)
- Treating and Training the Female Runner
- Foundations (Modules 1-4)
This course is intended to equip and empower professionals with the current evidence, theoretical constructs, clinical reasoning and practical tools to help treat and train female runners (or any female athlete). The information bridges the gap between musculoskeletal, and sports performance and pelvic, abdominal and pregnancy/postpartum health considerations for female athletes. All participants should apply the information within their State/jurisdictional scope of practice.
The PT/DC (medical pros) The course is intended to be an entry level (and all external/functional) opportunity for musculoskeletal and sports medicine practitioners unfamiliar with pelvic health AND pelvic health providers unsure of how to prepare a patient for a return to fitness and sport to gain the foundational knowledge, clinical reasoning and relevant skills to integratively assess and address the full clinical picture for their female runners (or any female athlete).
The PTA will gain insight into the theoretical basis for assessment process, and clinical reasoning behind the POC designed by the therapist. Course participation and self-reflective learning experiences with specific cueing, exercise guidelines, monitoring for signs of intolerance, program modifications, progression parameters and treatment methods will insure continuity of care.
The Athletic Trainer/Kinesiologist (AT/Kin) will gain insight into theory, evidence, reasoning and practical tools for integration of the POC into an athletes training program. Observation, and participation through self-reflection, will assist with monitoring and modifying an athelete’s program to keep pelvic, musculoskeletal, and performance health in mind.
Intended Audience: This course is intended for rehabilitation professionals. The course focus on clinical assessment, clinical reasoning and treatment strategy falls under the scope of rehabilitative intervention. Other professionals enter into this for informational purposes only to be understood and applied within their state/jurisdictional scope of practice.
I need a Certificate of Completion
After you have completed the course modules, look for a link “I need a certificate of completion” at the bottom of the course page. Click the link to be directed to your post-test at www.classmarker.com. You must score a minimum of 70% on this test in order to receive the certificate. After you have submitted the test, you will be provided with the option to download your certificate of completion. In addition, click the link to be directed to a course self-refection to optimize the application of your learning to clinical practice. Please follow the provided link to complete the course evaluation. We value your feedback!
Is the course eligible for CEU's?
Treating and Training the Female Runner does not provide CEUs. The FSBPT Procert program for certifying new courses no longer exists (all other JWPT professional courses are certified in 32+ states through Procert through Spring 2021). Until something emerges to take the place of the multi-state Procert program, you will need to retroactively submit the course completion certificate to your individual state board for CEUs to apply to your re-licensure. It is your responsibility to check with your state board on their specific requirements for approval.
Computer Compatibility Needs
This course is hosted on the teachable.com online streaming service designed to handle any system setup. So if you have a computer and an internet connection you should have access without issue. If you have issues with a slower bandwidth connection then you can change the video settings to a lower quality to help improve any loading issues.
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Julie Wiebe, PT, DPT has over twenty-five years of clinical experience in Sports Medicine and Pelvic Health, specializing in abdominopelvic, pregnancy and postpartum health for fit and athletic populations. Her passion is to return active patients to fitness and sport after injury and pregnancy and equip professionals to do the same. She has pioneered an integrative approach to promote pelvic health in and through movement and fitness. These strategies have been successfully incorporated by medical providers, rehab practitioners and fitness professionals into a variety of populations (ortho/sports medicine, pelvic health, neurology, and pediatrics).
A published author, Dr. Wiebe is a sought after speaker to provide continuing education and lectures internationally at clinics, academic institutions, conferences and professional organizations. She provides direct care to fit and athletic populations through telehealth and her clinical practice. Recently, Dr. Wiebe joined the faculty of the University of Michigan-Flint, a welcomed opportunity to pursue both her educational and research goals to promote optimized care in clinical practice across the continuum.
Want to book Julie for an onsite or online lecture, inservice or course? Please contact [email protected]