Designing Functional Rehab Programs

Designing Functional Rehabilitation Programs

The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on the Designing Functional Rehabilitation Programs is now available.

Designing Functional Rehabilitation Programs

Designing Functional Rehab ProgramsThis month’s Inner Circle webinar was on Designing Functional Rehabilitation Programs.  I think this may be my best webinar yet, or at least my most important.  Rehabilitation is changing.  Our focus has shifted away from myopic treatments of single joints and towards integrated movement patterns and regional interdependence.

In this presentation, I overview my system for building my rehabilitation programs and show you exactly what components I include and how I design the sequence of activities.  I then overview a case study of a patient of mine that is 4 weeks out of ACL reconstruction surgery.  As you’ll see, his “rehabilitation” program is not the typical quad sets and straight leg raises that you may expect.  I’ll show you how I integrate functional movements, strength training, balance, agility, total body exercises, and even metabolic conditioning.

This is my system for designing functional rehabilitation programs.

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2 replies
  1. Mike Reinold
    Mike Reinold says:

    Hi Brendan, the info I presented applies to anything. It’s the concepts that matter, I just showed how I applied the concepts to an ACL reconstruction. You don’t need a lot of sessions, this can also be helpful for how you structure the home program.

  2. Brendan Hil
    Brendan Hil says:

    Interesting stuff, Mike, but I’d like to see you talk about something more common. You may see a lot of ACL injuries but most of us don’t. And most of us don’t get patients to stick around for a load of sessions.

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