This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from SportsRehabExpert , Mike Robertson, Jim Laird, Moly Galbraith, Erson Religioso, and myself! Big week!
Inner Circle and RehabWebinars.com Update
My next Inner Circle webinar will be tomorrow, Friday January 18th at 11:15 AM EST. We’ll be discussing tips on how to assess and treat shoulder impingement. There will be a bunch of great concepts that both the rehab and fitness groups will benefit from, including how to detect what type of impingement is occurring, what that means for us, how to get over the hump, and how to train around the issue in the meantime. Inner Circle members can log in to the Inner Circle Dashboard and sign up for the live event. If you can’t make it, don’t worry, I’ll get a recording of it up on the website within a few days. If you aren’t a member of my Inner Circle, click here to learn how to access this and all my past webinars for the price of a latte .
Kevin Wilk finished up his 4-part webinar series on the Current Concepts in Rehabilitation Following ACL Reconstruction this week over at RehabWebinars.com. Part 4 discusses some of the postoperative complications, like anterior knee pain and loss of motion, including what to watch out for and how to get past them in rehab. Kevin is one of the best PTs in the world and his rehab program for ACL reconstruction is top notch. This is exactly how Kevin and I treat ACL reconstructions. Learn more about RehabWebinars.com and if you want to get a a taste of the awesome content, there is a sign up box to get access to part 1 of Kevin Wilk’s ACL Rehab series for free.
As many of you know, I have been working on an educational solution to teach people how to use instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) in their practice. You don’t need ultra-expensive tools, long seminars, or crazy certifications that add to thousands of dollars of expenses. That is crazy, it’s not that hard!
Well, I have some exciting news! The website isn’t ready yet, but I’ve teamed up with Erson Religioso of TheManualTherapist.com to collaborate on the educational material. I’ve been working on this for some time and admit that the IASTMtechnique.com project was always getting pushed back by bigger projects. With Erson’s help, we are going to get this project done and out their for you to access. Erson brings a ton of experience with IASTM and is going to make this even better!
Stay tuned for more information as we develop the website, we’ll be talking about this more over the next several months. In the meantime, head over to IASTMtechnique.com and enter your email to make sure you get all the updates and qualify for the special launch price, when it happens.
2013 Sports Rehab Expert Teleseminar Series
Every year at this time Joe Heiler release an amazing and FREE teleseminar series from some of the leading people in our field. This is a quick and easy way to get an update on what is current and what new concepts you’ll be hearing about in 2013. Always a fun resource. There is a new telemseminar each week, which can be accessed both live and afterward as a recording. Here is this year’s list of speakers:
Dan John - discusses ‘Intervention: Course Corrections for the Athlete and Trainer‘ including goal setting, training the 6 basic movements, proper exercise progression, and more…
Dr. Mark Cheng - talks about Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupuncture vs. dry needling, combining TCM with corrective exercise, kettlebells, and the martial arts.
Diane Lee - one of the foremost experts on the lumbopelvic-hip (LPH) complex, discussing assessment and treatment using her Integrated Systems Model, and putting it all together to rehab and train athletes.
Mike Voight - discusses the 4×4 matrix of the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) to train motor control/stability and enhance movement.
Dr. Evan Osar - ‘Corrective Exercise Solutions for Common Hip and Shoulder Dysfunction‘ including breathing pattern corrections, the importance of joint centration, and more…
Jason Glass - Rotational power slings for golf and other rotation sports, screening rotational athletes, common injuries and prevention, and best training methods.
Robert Butler - researching the pillars of Functional Movement Systems including pain and effects on motor control, injury prediction and the FMS, and more…
Neil Rampe - using the Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) and Postural Restoration Institute (PRI) systems in professional baseball, identifying and addressing asymmetries.
Charlie Weingroff - discusses principles from his Training=Rehab and How to Make a Monster seminars including soft core vs. hard core training, using DNS principles and joint centration, using the SFMA to target dysfunction.
Dr. Mark Scappaticci - discusses his Functional Integrated Therapy (FIT) system including Fascial Abrasion Technique and Functional Integrated Needling, treating painful and non-painful dysfunction, and working with elite athletes.
Kelly Starrett - talks about the unique challenges of working with CrossFit and other athletes that push themselves to the limits, the importance of joint mobility, tissue quality, and movement, plus a whole lot more…
Wow, lots of new educational announcements this week! For the fitness people, Mike Robertson, Jim Laird, and Moly Galbraith have teamed up to produce a complete done-for-you system on implementing fitness bootcamps . What an outstanding group! This looks like it’s going to be one of the best fitness educational products of the year.
Bootcamp in a Box is literally a 6-month done-for-you program designed by Mike, Jim, and Molly. They lay it all out in a 200+ page manual and accompanying DVD – metabolic exercises, corrective exercises, progressions & regressions, cueing instructions, the works…
Seriously, Mike Robertson promises the bootcamp owner who puts this program to work WILL become the go-to place in his/her town, and I believe him!