- Define and discuss the importance of proprioception in the neuromuscular control process.
- Demonstrate consistency between functional and clinical testing information (combinatorial power).
- Develop a rehabilitation program that uses various exercise techniques for development of neuromuscular rehabilitation program.
- Explain the fundamental basis of plyometric training, its origins, and its applications.
- Describe the important clinical considerations surrounding the appropriate use of plyometrics in the orthopedic and sports medicine rehabilitation setting.
- Design a basic plyometric training program at low‐, medium‐, and high‐intensity levels.
- Use a variety of upper and lower extremity plyometric exercises as a part of the rehabilitation process.
BOC: 2.25 Continuing Education Units
NATA PDC Level of Difficulty: Advanced
Program Faculty: Course content includes chapters 23 and 26 of “Physical Rehabilitation of the Injured Athlete”, 4th edition by James R. Andrews, M.D., Gary L. Harrelson, Ed.D., A.T.C., and Kevin E. Wilk, P.T. Assessment created by Rachel Livingstone MA, AT, and Susan Callagy MA, AT, PTA, CSCS.
The passing score for this course is 80%. The course is self-paced, home study format. All materials are available ONLINE immediately after purchase and is available for 6 months.
Cancellation/refund available up to 30 days after purchase. For further information visit our How Courses Work page.
This course is intended for Certified Athletic Trainers, Physical Therapists, Strength & Conditioning Specialists, etc.
Sport Medics is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education to Certified Athletic Trainers.