Training the Impingement Client

by Chris Gellert, MPT

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Description

This DVD covers the pathomechanics and functional anatomy of the shoulder, the pathophysiology of shoulder impingement, and common treatment plans. Postrehabilitative training exercises with rationale will also be provided.

This is a live recorded session from the 2008 IDEA World Fitness Convention™.

Testimonials:

"The DVD was great...very informative! You have taught me some new stabilization exercises that I can see will be very helpful to me."
Heather Belluomini
Sebastopol, CA

"The presentation was very organized. The information was presented both verbally and visually at the level of education of your audience. I felt I understood the material and could use it immediately with my clients. I have a much better understanding of the shoulder joint's function. Your attention to detail was awesome. The information exceeded my expectations. I have many more "tools" to use in my tool box!"
Chris Borda
Fitness Advantage
Burlington, CT
By Chris Gellert, MPT

Video Chapters

1. Introduction
2. Anatomy and Structure Review
3. Pathology and Causes of Shoulder Impingement
4. Exercise Demonstration
5. Sample Exercise Program
6. Exercises to Avoid
7. Summary and Question-and-Answer Session

About the Presenter

Chris Gellert, MPT

Chris Gellert, MPT IDEA Author/Presenter

Chris Gellert, PT, MMusc & Sportsphysio, MPT, CSCS, AMS with Pinnacle Training & Consulting Systems, is a dynamic physical therapist, human movement specialist, personal trainer, international presenter, and writer who has a passion for teaching, correcting movement dysfunctions through the use of a strong clinical reasoning approach, manual therapy, movement assessment and individualized and personalized approach. I firmly believe in the use of manual therapy and therapeutic exercises in treating spinal dysfunction, trauma, post surgical clients, return to sport and consulting with clients improve their performance.