What I learnt from the iMoveU #200 event? Communication and knowing your numbers gets you almost everywhere!

 
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Where does an exercise based approach to healthcare fit with modern pain science?

 

- Pain is a multifactorial experience from the brain in response to a threat. It’s supposed to help and inspire us to take action to remove ourselves from the threat.
- Our role as health and fitness professionals is obviously to decrease that threat and help people.
- What we need to do is help people understand pain to try and reduce the threat, and that’s where we can work on what people think through better pain education as well as work on what people can do to work towards what they can't do.
- One of the processes that we teach in the MAT Level 1 course is being able to identify what people can do through a strategic framework of assessments and 10 movement variables so we can progress towards what our patients and clients can't do.
- This is another form of Graded Exposure, gradually increasing the tolerance of our patients and clients to certain pain, movements or situations and is particularly applicable in chronic pain cases.
- Over time this approach builds other...

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Are you using a “WOW” assessment?

assessment mat system wow May 27, 2019
 

Are you using a “WOW” assessment? In this video, Andrew breaks down the importance of “WOW” assessment in answering the unknown and to determine the treatment:

 

- At MAT we believe a “WOW” assessment is an integral part in helping to engage your patients/clients better and really help push them forward to get amazing health and fitness outcomes.

- Patient expectation in health care continues to increase and this is something that needs to be managed adequately in order to improve patient buy-in.

- Often by selecting an objective test that reveals a tangible limitation or imbalance from side to side this can be a “WOW” moment that really illustrates the clinical story you are trying to educate the patient in front of you with.

- Pick your test based on your experience and the patient presentation. Some example of tests are Flexibility Tests (Eg: WBLT, Spinal Rotation on the MAT), Balance Tests (Eg: SEBT on the MAT), Strength Tests...

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How quick can you start testing with AxIT?

assessment axit mat system Mar 11, 2019
 

How quick can you start testing with AxIT? Let's join Andrew and Steve to find out!

Stop Guessing and Start Measuring. Pull your assessments to the 21st century.

To learn more about the AxIT system go to http://bit.ly/2RZENcJ

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Measure what your eyes can't see and stomp the uncertainty out of your assessment!

assessment axit mat system Mar 10, 2019
 

What's better than one purpose-built force plate device for health and fitness professionals? two of course!

AxITs Stomp-IT dual force plates come fully equipped to be able to start putting a number on fundamental movements that your clients perform every single day.

Measure:
- Squats
- Lunges
- Jumping
- Landing
- Running impact
- Isometric Mid Thigh Pull
- Athletic Shoulder Test
- Push Ups
- plus many more all in less time than it takes to tie your shoes.

Gather actionable movement data to make better decisions about your client's training needs.

Track their progression over time and assess the effectiveness of your training intervention.

Set yourself apart as a unique service provider and get amazing results with the people you work with using objective assessment technology.

Learn more. Head to www.strengthbynumbers.com/stompit to book an AxIT discovery session today!

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What is the AxIT system?

assessment axit mat system Mar 02, 2019
 
 
 
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