* This webinar is intended for Healthcare Professionals. PLEASE READ: If you are unable to join us Live, be sure to register and you will receive a link to the recording when it is available on or after Thursday, August 12th.
Instructor: Lewis Lupowitz
It is well understood that the core of the body is an essential component to the optimal performance in elite level athletes. Unfortunately, many athletes do not understand the true function and action of the core during sport. During this webinar Dr. Lewis Lupowitz will help to bridge the gap by discussing a systematic treatment progression to developing and training a core that can handle the demands of life or sport.
After viewing the 1 hour webinar, the participant will be able to:
- Review the anatomy and function for the core.
- Recognize common pathology associated with core dysfunction.
- Demonstrate a functional assessment.
- Develop a criterion-based treatment approach to training the core?
- What’s new in the world of core training, an overview of advanced training techniques.
Join us Tuesday, September 14th at 10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST
About the Presenter:
Lewis Lupowitz is a doctor of physical therapy and certified strength and conditioning specialist. Following his recent graduation from Touro College, Lewis performed a sports physical therapy fellowship through the American Sports Medicine Institute at the Andrews Sports Medicine clinic in Birmingham Alabama under the mentorship of Dr. Kevin Wilk. Currently Lewis work as a sports oriented Physical Therapist at Orlin & Cohen, Long Islands largest team of orthopedic specialists and surgeons.
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