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
• 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)
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.