7/30/19 WEBINAR | Scoliosis, Stenosis & Osteoporosis: The Best Assessments, Corrective Exercise & Training Strategies
Tuesday, July 30
10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST
If you can’t watch live, a recording is sent to all registrants the day following the live broadcast.
Presented by Dr. Evan Osar
Do you work with older clients that experience issues such as scoliosis, stenosis, and/or osteoporosis? Have you found it difficult to find information appropriate for safely and effectively training older clients with these conditions?
During this webinar, you will learn about common back and spine issues affecting older individuals including scoliosis, spinal stenosis, and osteoporosis. Additionally, you will discover how to easily assess and identify common contributors to your older client’s tightness, discomfort, and loss of performance. You will discover the principles of the Integrative Movement System Corrective Exercise Strategy™ and how these principles – alignment, breathing and control – are instrumental in helping address your older client’s posture and movement habits.
You will leave this webinar with the ability to choose the safest and most effective training programs for individuals experiencing scoliosis, spinal stenosis, and osteoporosis and progress them towards accomplishing their functional goals.
- You will learn the three most important functional assessment to determine your client’s range of motion and stability of their trunk and spine.
- You will discover how the principles of the Integrative Movement System™ – alignment, breathing, and control – of the trunk, spine, and pelvis (thoracopelvic cylinder) relate to the development more optimal and efficient core function.
- You will be able to apply the concepts of the Integrative Movement System Corrective Exercise Strategy™ into a corrective exercise program designed to improve your client’s core stability as well as spinal flexibility and mobility.
- You will discover how to integrate the corrective exercise strategies into the fundamental core exercises (chops, rotations, and planks) required to help their older clients safely and effectively accomplish their health and fitness goals.
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ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Evan Osar is the developer of the Integrative Movement Specialist™ certification designed specifically to aid the fitness professional establish themselves as an invaluable part of their client’s health care team. In addition to his chiropractic degree, Dr. Osar has earned national certifications through the American Council on Exercise (ACE), National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), and The Soma Institute – National School for Clinical Massage Therapy. He is the co-founder of The Institute for Integrative Health and Fitness Education, an education company with the mission of helping fitness and allied health professionals recognize their role as a part of the solution to the health care crisis.
An internationally renowned speaker, Dr. Osar presents for several national and international organizations including American Council on Exercise, Club Industry, ECA 360 Fitness, IDEA, NSCA, Perform Better, Medical Fitness Association, Asia Fit, FILEX, AECC, British Chiropractic Association, Functional Aging Institute, and Norwegian Chiropractic Association. He specializes in bringing advanced training and rehabilitation strategies to the fitness and bodywork professional that works with the pre and post-rehabilitation and general population client. Additionally, he has developed over a dozen resources including courses, manuals, and DVD’s to support the educational needs of the next generation of health care professional. His mission is to fitness and allied health professionals think bigger about their role in the lives of their clients.