Sports Medicine Bundle
Bundle your learning! Learn more, pay less. Please follow the links below to learn more about each course in this bundle, a brief description is below. Access the course tools for additional information on FAQs, CEUs, terms and conditions, and instructors.
The Sports Medicine Bundle Includes:
- Foundations (Module 1)
- Treating and Training the Female Runner (or Any Female Athlete) Module 1: Foundational Concepts Applied
- Case Study only from Female Athlete: Ready for Impact and High-Intensity?
Foundations: Module One is intended to be an introduction to the foundational concepts, evidence and approach for a dynamic system of central control applicable across all populations. It provides a conceptual bridge and language to blend pelvic, orthopedic, and sports medicine health. It is a launching point for applications into function, movement and gradually progressed fitness..
These foundational concepts are directly applied and expanded to the demands of running and higher intensity athletics in Treating and Training the Female Runner (or Any Female Athlete): Module One. 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.
Finally, a case study of a female CrossFitter with sport related stress urinary incontinence and a complex orthopedic history will be presented to synthesize concepts and demonstrate clinical application. (originally presented in Female Athlete: Ready for Impact and High Intensity?)
Add to your understanding of the foundational concepts including cueing the diaphragm and pelvic floor, and application into basic rehab and early fitness through Modules 2-7 of Foundations. This includes concept application in a live volunteer: a female runner with hip pain. These are also available in smaller, segmented bundles Modules 2-4, Modules 5-7).
Completion of Treating and Training the Female Runner (or Any Female Athlete) (Modules 2-8) provides clinical reasoning strategies, functional evaluation and treatment skills 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 and all external/functional opportunity, and a great prep for providing telemedicine.
I need a Certificate of Completion
You will have the option of two different course completion certificates depending on the regulatory requirements of your professional licensing body. Option one for international professionals that do not need CEUs and option two for US based PT and PTA professionals that require CEUs (available in 41 states and counting). For both options, new regulations require that you complete all course modules in order, achieve a passing mark on the post-course quiz, and complete a course evaluation to receive a Course Completion Certificate. You will have 3 attempts to achieve a score of at least 70% to unlock the course evaluation. All participants will be eligible for a course completion certificate generated through the Teachable School. Those who require evidence for CEUs must take the additional step of following a link to the regulator website, Redefine Health Education, to receive your CEU Course Completion certificate**
Is the course eligible for CEU's?
**This course is subcontracted to Redefine Health Education and has been approved for 5 CEUs. RHE is a registered CE approval agency of 41 states and counting. Find your state here: www.redefinehealthed.com/ceuinfo. If you have a specific question about CE credit for this course in your state, please direct your inquiry including the course title in which you are interested, to [email protected].
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.
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]