What Is Movement Therapy - What Is Regional Interdepence - Does Movement Help With Pain

Is Movement-Based Therapy for Everyone? Mitch Hauschildt Lecture

In this talk, Mitch Hauschildt gives us an overview of the concepts — such as regional interdependence and the joint by joint approach — and some techniques that make up a movement-based approach, including evaluations and outcomes.

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What is Movement Therapy? – What is Regional Interdependence? – Does Movement Help with Pain?

In this talk, Mitch Hauschildt gives us an overview of the concepts — such as regional interdependence and the joint by joint approach — and some techniques that make up a movement-based approach, including evaluations and outcomes.

“We can really get a lot of good movement work done, either in the absence of pain or around a lot of that pain, which crazy as it is. It may sound funny that working the hips or the lower extremities will help heal a post-surgical shoulder repair. I’ve seen it happen; I’ve seen it work. Actually, I see it pretty much on a daily basis.” ~Mitch Hauschildt

TOPIC MARKERS

• Rehab Philosophy (2:00)
• Fundamental Movement Problems (8:45)
• Evaluations (14:47)
• Regional Interdependence (18:15)
• Soft Tissue Work (25:32)
• Restoring Breathing Patterns (30:36)
• Training the Progressions (32:00)
• Periodization (36:50)
• Conditioning (39:05)
• Passive Modalities (42:23)

LECTURER BIO

Mitch Hauschildt is an athletic trainer, NSCA strength and conditioning coach, and a USA Weightlifting coach who works with coaches, clients and athletes. He’s also a strength and conditioning coach at Missouri State University. You can catch up with him at the maximumtrainingsolutions.com website.

Who Benefits?

Trainers and coaches interested in the modern movement concepts such as regional interdependence and others

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LECTURE DETAILS

Duration: 44 minutes; Mp3 file size: 62 MBs; There is no transcript of this lecture

This is a digital product with immediate access to download. There is no physical version of this product.

$4.95