They might be ante-natal, post-natal or never been pregnant. They may have incontinence, pelvic organ prolapses, and/or diastasis. They may be young, menopausal, or post-menopausal. However, all of them want to return to 'normal' activities – the activities that they want to do.
Antony Lo is coming to Auckland to teach his 'The Female Athlete Level One' Course in March 2023.
This is your opportunity to learn different approaches to treating this population of females. He is going to challenge your thinking, biases, and beliefs.
He is aiming to provide a framework from which you can approach the assessment and management of female athletes. He will provide an overview of common high intensity, exercise-related musculoskeletal injuries of the lumbopelvic-hip complex and options on how to manage them using exercise.
The course will also improve your understanding of pelvic floor dysfunctions during exercise and appropriate modifications for impact and relatively heavy lifting exercises. He will also teach a way of utilizing "core stability" principles with a test-retest model using performance as a measure of effectiveness. And finally he will provide an overview of the common body weight and loaded movements involving the lumbopelvic-hip complex, sound technique guidelines, and appropriate modifications for your clients.
This course is open to all health and fitness professions - physiotherapists, osteopaths, exercise physiologists, and personal trainers.
"If you are a coach or physical therapist working with athletes, this was the most practically helpful and mind-blowing course I've ever taken. Antony is a physio wizard and an expert at simplifying and making the dots connect!" @ffmotherhood
"One of the best courses I have ever taken! Not just for the female athlete perspective, but also challenging my thinking, and the way I work" @ashley_burr_athletic_therapy
"This is a must experience course if you're working with ladies and guide them on exercise" @myrandareimerphysio
"I HIGHLY recommend taking The Female Athlete Course @physiodetective. This course has completely changed how I coach and work with female athlees for the better. If you are on the fence, go for it!!! @taranis.mom.strong
"The Female Athlete with @physiodetective is one of my favorite courses I have taken. If you live near one of these places, it is definitely worth attending" @jstrakerfitness
"The Female Athlete Course came at a great time for me. I was ruminating on all the ways that standard physio practice and the evidence were not lining up, and the course helped me to put together a more cohesive way to practice. One that is supported by the evidence, encompasses principles of women's health, strength and conditioning, and pain Science, and at its core is driven by the goal of helping women to do all that they want. " Ruth, Director of Exhale Physiotherapy and works in Byron Bay, Australia.