- By the end of this module, participants will be able to define the differences between External and Internal Focus of attention and give two (2) examples of each type
- At the end of this module, participants will be able to define the differences between Dorsal and Ventral Streams of Vision and their roles in information during motor learning
- By the end of this module, participants will be able to define the components of the OPTIMAL Theory of Motor Learning and give examples of each.
- At the end of the module, participants will be able to describe the differences between Explicit, Implicit, and Augmented Feedback and how to apply each to Motor Learning
- Demonstrate evaluation of Cervical Spine Joint Position Sense Error in sitting
- Demonstrate evaluation of Shoulder Joint Position Sense Error in Standing
- Demonstrate a treatment consisting of complex motions for a patient who presents with cerebellar ataxia
- Discuss 3 risk factors associated with ACL deficiencies and reconstructions
- Understand Joint Position Sense errors for the low back pain patient
Who is this Course Designed for?
Individuals who are involved in rehabilitation, coaching, skill development, and athletics should be comfortable with these module topics and find value in applying the information.
There are no pre-requisites for this course. Background, research, picture, and demonstration videos are included. Becoming familiar with the demonstration videos and equipment at www.motionguidance.com will help the participant assimilate the information at a faster pace. Visit our YouTube Channel for more application ideas, and also follow us and share your ideas on or social media platforms @motionguidance in insta/facebook/twitter!
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