WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
AT, DC, DO, LMT, PT, PTA
1:16 Instructor to Attendee
- Course Manual
- Approved CE/CCU – 8 Contact Hours
- Certificate of completion
- What is Functional Medicine
- How does functional medicine apply to the athlete
- What specific factors affect health and recovery potential
- Various stressors to the human body
- Physiology that affects either growth or degeneration
- How to assess various internal health markers
- Strategies to improve health status and hack human performance
- How to get your client to understand that recovery assessment and hacks are the key to performing better
- Explain the philosophy of functional medicine and distinguish it from typical western medicine paradigm
- Highlight how the major body systems all interconnect
- Identify the 5 major pillars of health Classify the 3 types of stress and how they affect health and recovery status
- Identify scenarios in which internal health may be biggest driving factor in poor recovery, recurring injuries, or global pain
- Explain and highlight sympathetic and parasympathetic systems
- Explain catabolic vs. anabolic physiology
- Highlight various tactics to scientifically assess health and recovery status in an athlete
- Explain specific protocols used to help improve health, recovery status, and performance
|8:00am-9:00am||Intro to functional medicine paradigm and interconnected internal systems|
|9:00am-10:30am||5 major pillars of health and how the 3 forms of stress impact them|
|10:45am-1:15pm||Applicable human physiology that affects recovery and performance|
|1:45pm-3:45pm||Scientific tools used to assess health, recovery status, and performance ability|
|4:00pm – 5:00pm||Protocols to improve health status|
|5:00pm – 5:30pm||Written Exam|
|5:30pm-6:00pm||Q&A and participant evaluation|
KOHED is required to disclose financial or other association with any manufacture, commercial products/supporters. KOHED discloses such association. The options will be used during the course for demonstration and practice purposes and will be offered for purchase. In no way is the sale of the products the primary purpose of this course. The techniques offered during the course are generalized and providers should decide what heavy rope and treatment is best for each individual patient.
Approved Continuing Education (CE) credits & hours in CA, CT, FL, HI, NC, NY, NV, TX, WA… more to come
Continuing education requirements are subject to change.
The licensee is responsible to review board’s regulations and decide if the seminar is acceptable and applicable for continuing education units/hours.