Ryan Chow, D.P.T.

Organizer

Ryan Chow, D.P.T.

Faculty

Craig Liebenson, D.C.
Craig Liebenson, D.C.

Location

New York, NY

The Person-Centered Profile: Creating the Precision Program

Date

Jun 13 2020 - Jun 14 2020

Time

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Cost

$500 - $600

Location

New York, NY
Ryan Chow, D.P.T.

Organizer

Ryan Chow, D.P.T.

Faculty

Craig Liebenson, D.C.
Craig Liebenson, D.C.

The Person-Centered Profile: Creating the Precision Program

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Text Ryan Chow at 1-718-908-4680 for waiting list.

A 2-day Lab Immersion Experience to describe the FPM rehab/training process.

Goals

  • Learn the why behind creating sustainable training programs
  • Address issues around fragilistas who want to be babied w/ correctives
  • Learn how to pivot those w/ pain relief, weight loss, or body composition goals to progressive resistance training
  • Identify goals & concerns through Motivational Interviewing
  • Identify floor dysfunctions related to the person’s goals/demands via assessing Basic Training Elements (BTEs)
  • White Board where adaptation is most likely – Plan A – to bridge the gap from the person’s floor (current capacity shortfall) to their ceiling (required capacity)
  • Discuss resilient planning to find Plan B. Scalable principles for finding precision, personalized sustainable programs

Objectives 

  • Learn the bigger picture and how to tie different systems & methods together efficiently
  • Gain confidence & agility working as part of a team by utilizing scalable principles'
  • Communicate more effectively by giving people what they need

What you will learn

  • The Clinical & Training Framework
  • CC. AI. MS. Painless dysfunction. Self Care (chief complaint, activity intolerance, mechanical sensitivity).
  • See how all the methods get plugged in
  • The ultimate “Pro Tip” or “Code breaker”
  • Master not only methods but the process
  • Gain trust through empathy, but also capture the floor to create a relatable & actionable plan
  • Why the key to efficiency is finding the floor which can be a moving target
  • How to find the “hardest thing you do well” nested to the person’s floor
  • How the why behind the what is "you're only as strong as you're weakest link"
  • Why people don't improve with attacking things they are already good at (their ceiling)
  • Why finding and addressing the weakest link resolves each person’s functional bottleneck

Cancellation Policy

Please be advised, all purchases are final sale. Course transfers may be offered by request. In the event that a course needs to be canceled or postponed, you will be given at least 30 days notice. We are not responsible for any travel expenses incurred. Please note the times are approximate and subject to change prior to the course.


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