We are extremely appreciative of everyone who joined us on Saturday, April 21st for our first ever Spring Seminar! With almost 40 people in attendance, we enjoyed hosting this professionally diverse group. Topics included post surgical considerations, strategic tempo lifting, stress management and recovery strategies, and building your brand through personal interactions. Check out some highlights and what they had to say below. We look forward to seeing you in the fall as we expand on our seminar series.
"Great concepts all covered in a concise and clear way. New information a lot of people have not heard prior but it was presented in a manner that all levels/occupations can understand" - ATTENDEE
POST SURGICAL CONSIDERATIONS - Dr. Zach Baker, DPT, CSCS
"Post-operative rehabilitation is multifaceted and requires a strategically planned and interdisciplinary approach to ensure optimal results." - Dr. Baker
- Return to sport decision making following a surgery requires not only time based, but functional based criterion to ensure a safe return to competition.
- The evidence and literature shows that our professions as a whole needs to take the next step in regards to post-operative rehabilitation and this is something we pride ourselves on at Rehab 2 Perform. Making sure that every athletes has been properly prepared with both the physical and mental readiness to return to competition.
UTILIZATION OF TEMPO LIFTING
“All dynamic movements can be broken down into to three phases: eccentric, isometric, and concentric. Our ability to efficiently absorb, redirect, and produce force can only be as strong as the weakest link of these three phases. Isolating each phase to optimize the bodies ability to handle the unique demands before re-integrating can have a profound impact on resilience, longevity, and performance" - Dr. Iannarino
STRESS MANAGEMENT & RECOVERY STRATEGIES
"If you want to be bigger, faster or to lift heavier the system has to undergo temporary disruption. The issues occur when you continue to have withdrawals (stressors) without making deposits (recovery). That's called an overdraft"
- In order for adaptation to occur homeostasis has to be challenged and ultimately refined to become more efficient, resulting in a system more adept to handling the same stressor if it encounters it in the future.
- The purpose of recovery: To place the nervous system in a state ready to efficiently act and react within an ever-changing environment, both physiologically and psychologically