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This course outlines a systematic approach along the Kime continuum teaching you how to progress an individual from pain to performance. You will learn various assessments that will guide your intervention selection as well as many progressions and regressions for the upper quarter. At the conclusion of the course you will feel confident in your ability to effectively reach your patients’ goals!
- Develop respect for the biomechanics, joint contributions, myofascial layerings that influence upper quarter performance and health.
- Demonstrate ability to perform baseline assessments for necessary movement quality and local tissue capacity prior to implementing appropriate upper quarter interventions.
- Develop proficiency implementing exercise progressions and regressions along the Kime rehabilitation to performance continuum.
About the Presenter: Tony Mikla is a sports physical therapist and performance coach. He is the owner and President of KIME Human Performance Institute in Sacramento, CA. The practice is dedicated to the improvement of his clients’ performance in life and on the field. Dr. Mikla speaks and teaches nationally on sports physical therapy and is active in research having published multiple papers in international journals. He previously served as the Physical Therapy Manager at the world renowned EXOS in Phoenix, AZ, working with best athletes in the world. He is adjunct faculty in PT at Sacramento State University and Northern AZ University. In 2015, Tony was named a finalist for the NSCA Sports Medicine Specialist of the year.
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