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Ohio Physical Therapy Association
co-sponsored by APTA of Maryland

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Register for the Yoga & Fitness Bundle to save $10 and earn 3 CEUs.

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Programs Included in this Bundle

Improving Patient Outcome with Simple Yoga Techniques

Date Published: September 13, 2016

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In this course, practitioners will learn the three B's of yoga which can easily apply to any physical therapy session. The three B's are BE, BREATHE and BEND. Helping your patient BE present with their sensations teaches body and emotional awareness that can aid in the healing protocol. When your patient learns to BREATHE with simple yoga breathing techniques, pain and frustration can be diminished, all while increasing lung capacity, oxygenation to the blood and a stronger parasympathetic nervous system. Finally when a patient breathes with the body as it BENDS into backbends, forward bends, and twists, the nervous system is calmed, making movement easier and less stressful. Often clinicians that share yoga with their patients report that they themselves feel more relaxed as well.

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Lunch, Learn & Lift: The Practical Approach to Using Powerlifting and Olympic Weightlifting in Physical Therapy

Date Published: May 9, 2017

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Not all PT has to be done with therabands and a BOSU ball. In this talk we will cover how to appropriately use powerlifting and Olympic lifting in the out-patient setting. We will address when to safely initiate squats, deadlifts, the clean and jerk, and the snatch to LE rehabilitation. We will also cover basic technique and progression of these exercises so the patients regain confidence with power and explosive movement. These movements are appropriate for the high level athlete or the non-athlete who needs to perform lifting and carrying tasks.

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Way of the Kettlebell: Simplistic in Look, Complex in Uses

Date Published: December 11, 2018

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Uses for kettlebells should not be limited to only swinging or limited to the high level strength athletes. Learn a variety of exercises and their implication for improving motor control, balance, strength, and endurance in the physical therapy setting.

By the end of the webinar, the attendees will be able to
1. Explain how the nature of a kettlebell (KB) is different to other forms of resistance training.
2. Define the differences of a KB deadlift, KB swing, KB clean+jerk, KB snatch.
3. Explain how to properly progress the KB deadlift, KB swing, KB clean+jerk, KB snatch.
4. Explain the steps and progressions of the KB arm bar and the KB Turkish Get Up.
5. Explain different variations and positions of KB weighted carries.
6. Understand how to incorporate the various different types of KB exercises in to clinical practice for lower body, upper body, and spine injuries.

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