Financial: Matthew Walsh receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. There is no financial interest beyond the production of this course.
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Video Runtime: 82 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 46 Minutes
The second course in this series outlines and further deepens the running analysis by using a running-specific movement analysis and physical examination. The focus will be on evaluating areas that have the greatest clinical impact on injury. A review of the specific biomechanics and movement demands of running, followed by the physical clinical examination and summarization of both the subjective and objective histories, are all key to this course.
Matthew specializes in running-related injuries, sports injuries, and spinal pain. He is the director of Rebound Orthopedics & Neurosurgery's Motion Lab, as well as Rebound's running clinics. He is an active educator and teaches musculoskeletal diagnosis and rehabilitation methods to physical therapists on a national and international level. Originally from Sydney, Australia, Matt has taught…
Video Runtime: 74 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 44 Minutes
The first course in this series focuses on a biopsychosocial understanding of the running athlete. Key categories are targeted by using a complete running evaluation template. The goal is to learn the practical skills of identifying common running injury patterns while incorporating the uniqueness of every patient’s problem and their behavior. The focus will be on a narrative-based motivational interviewing method.
Video Runtime: 48 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 39 Minutes
The third course in this series will focus on running form analysis. The physical examination described in the second course helped us determine the potential for normal and abnormal motion, and in this course, the running analysis will increase our understanding of how movement is manifested in the running form. Finally, a discussion of kinetic analysis, when combined with capacity testing, will be discussed to showcase how kinematics can be predicted.
Video Runtime: 97 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 40 Minutes
The fourth course in this series will focus on interpreting the comprehensive running evaluation and structuring treatment plans that are centered around best practices. Understanding the latest science behind load progression, strength, and conditioning methodology will influence interventions. By the end of the course, you should be comfortable with the examination tool introduced in the first two modules and start to allow the findings to funnel through your clinical reasoning skills toward exciting and logical treatment solutions.