The UCSF's Running Course: Level 2, "See it, Now Treat it"

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UCSF Human Performance Lab

1500 Owens Street

Suite 110

San Francisco, CA 94158

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Learn the latest tools to perform running analysis for runners of all levels.

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This course will pick up where the Level 1 course left off, and dive into the interventions component of treating impairments found in video analysis. The instructors will also break down critical components of the physical examination, and highlight key interventions for some of the most common running abnormalities and pathologies. By the completion of this course, participants will have concrete tools to intervene in treating many common overuse injuries and performance issues. Lab 40%, Didactic 60%. Intermediate level instruction.

Course Outline:

08:00 am - Introductions/Examinations and Interventions

08:15 am - Running analysis Review; Picking Up Subtle Details

09:15 am - Video Acquisition Lab

09:45 am - Foot Strike Modifications. Chi vs. Post vs. Barefoot

10:30 am - Systematic Examination; Functional Testing

11:15 am - Examination & Functional Testing Lab

12:00 pm - Lunch

12:45 pm - Interventions for Abnormal Foot/Ankle Mechanics

01:45 pm - Interventions for Hip/Knee/Lumbar Abnormalities

03:00 pm - Video Analysis of Pre/Post Interventions

03:30 pm - Return to Running Protocols After Injury; Performance: Training Models,

Periodization

04:30 pm - Conclusion, Summary Evaluation

Instructors

Christopher DaPrato, DPT, SCS, CSCS, PES, obtained his Master's degree in physical therapy from CSULB, and his clinical doctorate in physical therapy from Temple University. DaPrato is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science, and works primarily with the sports orthopedic population. He currently is a team PT for Division 1 athletes at UC Berkeley, and works extensively with their track and field, football, and soccer teams. DaPrato has been teaching CE courses over the last several years in the areas of athlete return to play, specialty concepts related to the LE, endurance athlete management, and unique manual therapy applications for injuries & athlete.

Harvey Brockman, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, Dr. Brockman has practiced in a wide variety of geographical and clinical settings throughout his career. He has worked in private, community service, and sports medicine clinics across the west coast. Experiences ranging from working with the U.S. ski team, neurological rehabilitation in Denmark, and treadmill running analysis have contributed to his clinical reasoning.

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