Therapy

Within this module we will specifically focus on the applications of Ultimateinstability tools and principles in rehabilitation. This stream is specifically designed for Physiotherapists regardless of the target group. The various modules address specific areas and related injuries.

Backed by scientific research

The research areas involving dynamic stability are not standing still. There is a lot of movement in these fields and these developments are addressed within the concept of Ultimateinstability. We draw from many different fields of science, from ecology to biomechanics and from neuroscience to robotics. However central to our approach is the Dynamical Systems Theory, an area of mathematics used to describe the behaviour of complex dynamical systems. This theory is more specifically addressed within human movement science as Coordination Dynamics.

Not only have we built our conceptual framework on solid scientific theory, we also have put a lot of effort in enabling scientific studies specifically with the application of our training equipment. Throughout this process we have always been supportive in providing equipment and consultation on its proper use. However these studies are executed by independent scientists without any other conflicts of interest.

Core

This module dives deep into the background of core stability and unravels its myths. You will learn more about the functional anatomy of the trunk, its role in motor control, function in proper movement and the most common pathologies. During the practical you will learn specific protocols to treat some of the most often occurring injuries with step-wise progressions and regressions.

Upper Extremities

This module dives deep into the functional anatomy of the shoulder, elbow and wrist. You will learn its role in motor control and function in proper movement as well as the most common pathologies. During the practical you will learn specific protocols to treat some of the most often occurring injuries with step-wise progressions and regressions.

Lower Extremities

This module dives deep into the functional anatomy of the shoulder, elbow and wrist. You will learn its role in motor control and function in proper movement as well as the most common pathologies. During the practical you will learn specific protocols to treat some of the most often occurring injuries with step-wise progressions and regressions.

Our courses will teach you

  • How to optimise dynamic stability for the core, upper- and down extremities by implementing our training methods and materials
  • Theoretical and scientific background in relevant aspects of anatomy, biomechanics and motor control for the upper extremities
  • Deeper understanding of variable loading and its’ influences on movement patterns of the upper extremities
  • Most common injuries and complaint patterns and how these can be addressed.
  • How to purposefully and methodical apply perturbations and instability into your practice for upper extremities
  • Case studies to work out what you have learned and to apply it in practice

Level 1 Therapy

Foundation

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Level 2 Therapy

Core

Upper Extremities

Lower Extremities

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Level 3 Therapy

Advanced

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