TTR: Treating the Runner: Biomechanics, Gait Analysis, and Regional Interdependence




Using emerging evidence, advances in technology, and years of experience, clinicians will be trained in advanced techniques to asses, diagnose, and treat the most common ailments of a running athlete. Using 2-D models, technological advances in pressure mapping, and real-time data on running athletes, clinicians will be immersed in the complex nature of running mechanics, gait analysis, gait cheats, and shoe assessment. Hands on manual skills and evidence-based information will allow clinicians to unlock the secrets of treating running athletes while integrating the regional interdependence model to improve biomechanics, function, and outcomes.

This course is open to PTs, PTAs, ATCs, and PT students, and it is appropriate for all skill levels.

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April 28-29, 2018…..Atlanta, GA, July 14-15, 2018…..Portland, OR, September 22-23, 2018…..Kansas City, MO


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