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AFAA Prehab vs. Rehab

$ 1,200.00

Injury prevention is one of the most important areas of knowledge a trainer can have. This program focuses on injury risk factors, types of injuries, injury terminology, and stages of inflammation and repair. You’ll also learn basic first aid strategies, common muscles imbalances, high-risk moves, and exercise progression and modification.

Description

Injury prevention is one of the most important areas of knowledge a trainer can have. This program focuses on injury risk factors, types of injuries, injury terminology, and stages of inflammation and repair. You’ll also learn basic first aid strategies, common muscles imbalances, high-risk moves, and exercise progression and modification.

The course includes:

  • Online course materials
  • Online supporting videos
  • FAQ
  • Final online exam

Course Content:

This online video workshop is designed to address one of the most important areas of knowledge required by trainers today: injury prevention. The workshop focuses on injury risk factors, types of injuries, injury terminology, stages of inflammation and repair, basic first aid strategies, common muscles imbalances, high-risk moves, and exercise progression and modification. No exercise equipment is necessary. Exercises will be demonstrated utilizing a variety of portable fitness equipment.

In the AFAA Prehab vs Rehab workshop you will cover topics such as:

  • Understanding injuries
  • Basic Strategies in Injury Management
  • Injury Prevention for the Shoulder Complex
  • Injury Prevention for the Elbow
  • Injury Prevention for the Wrist
  • Injury Prevention for the Spine
  • Injury Prevention for the Hips
  • Injury Prevention for the Knees
  • Injury Prevention for the Lower Leg, Ankle and Foot

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of the AFAA Prehab vs Rehab workshop, you will be able to:

  • Comprehend the basic types of injuries, stages of inflammation and repair, and controversial or high-risk moves.
  • Apply the concepts of exercise progression and modification to avoid injury and to help rehabilitate an injury.
  • Master a confident level of knowledge and skills to evaluate the anatomy and kinesiology of each major joint.
  • Define and describe the common mechanisms of injury for the shoulders, elbows, wrists, spine, hips, knees, lower leg, ankle, and foot.
  • Assess and deliver at least one injury-prevention strategy for the shoulders, elbows, wrists, spine, hips, knees, lower leg, ankle, and foot.

Exam Format:

  • Online multiple choice exam
  • 15 questions
  • 3 attempts at the exam
  • 70% passing score
  • 365 days to complete

Remarks: All online material can only be accessed using desktop or laptop computer. iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone or Android devices are not supported.

Additional information

CEUs:

AFAA (7.0) NASM (0.7)

Course Format:

Online Self Study

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