Beyond the Basics with Dr. Joone Lee BSc, DC

Shoulder Secrets and Knee Secrets

When: 
Shoulder Secrets will be held on 1-2 April and Knee Secrets on 3-4 April, 9am to 5pm everyday.

Where: FIT Singapore/TMP Fitness @ Revenue House (55 Newton Rd, 05-02, 307987)

Cost: 
Early Bird Special of $1220/combo or $648 (before 10/03/2017)
Regular $1360/combo or $720/course

ACE 1.45/course CEC’s (2.9 total for combo)

Contact emilie@fitsingapore.sg or info@fitsingapore.sg or Whatsapp 9616 6118 to sign up/ info


One size doesn’t fit all. Using the same program for everyone may cause more harm than you know. When developing programs for different clients have you taken into consideration all their strengths and deficits? Beyond the Basics Shoulder was developed in order to take you behind the scenes, so you can see what happens when your client gets injured. You will learn to assess them with precision and find out how to progress their program pre/post injury and when to slow down. The big bonus is you will get to see what treatment techniques your clients go through and see what evidence supports those techniques. When you know what is happening behind treatment doors you can be more effective than the trainer that is clueless.

Program SummaryBoth workshops will teach how to integrate modern pre and post injury exercise techniques with your Personal Training clients. Move your clients from injury to maximum performance. Learn assessments that are relevant to health coaches and trainers, and observe demonstrations of techniques used by specialists to accelerate healing and improve exercise performance. Videos and live demonstrations will be used to facilitate learning.

Teaching Materials:

  •   Student Manuals
  •   Video presentations
  •   PPT presentation
  •   Practical (hands on) teaching with instructor evaluation
  •   3D Computer Model
  •   Anatomical Model
  •   Skeletal Model
  •   Examination Table
  •   Skin Markers or Pens (washable)
  •   Towel and Examination table liner
  •   Myofasical Tool and Lubrication
  •   Exercise Bands

Shoulder Secrets 1-2 April 2017

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Course Objectives

Upon completion of the workshop, participants will learn

  •   Gain an understanding of shoulder anatomy and learn relationships between joints, surrounding structures and bone
  •   Understand joint dynamics and its affect on strength, motion and pain patterns.
  •   Complete a visual assessment from posterior and lateral view points
  •   Understand how postural deficits affects muscular performance and healing
  •   Observe a full presentation with orthopedic, neurological and structural examination to learn the details of examinations that injured clients may undergo during medical evaluations
  •   Learn proper palpation skills with emphasis on pressure and touch sensitivity
  •   Develop the ability to feel for landmarks in the shoulder and determine various structures based on location and palpation
  •   Observe and learn non invasive muscular strength testing to determine deficits in athletic performance
  •   Observe and learn non invasive muscle length testing to determine deficits that contribute to limited mobility and motion
  •   Observe neurological and orthopedic testing to see how clinicians determine how to proceed with injured clients
  •   Observe and understand myofasical techniques that clinicians may use on injured clients and when these procedures are contraindicated
  •   Observe and understand joint mobilization techniques that clinicians may use on injured clients and when these procedures are contraindicated
  •   Learn theories on working with post rehabilitation clients and developing programs that will not expose a client to re-injury
  •   Learn shoulder exercises and how to modify based on clients needs
  •   Learn post rehabilitation protocols for common injuries and restrictions seen with clients
  •   Observe and understand a full treatment of a client with thoracic mobility issues and shoulder injury

Course Content

1. Introduction to workshop and instructor

2. Basic shoulder anatomy

3. Joint anatomy

4. Functional Anatomy of the Shoulder

5. Introduction to visual assessments
a. Anterior visualization/assessment b. Lateral visualization/assessment c. Posterior visualization/assessment

6. Palpation Techniques
7. Osseous Structural Palpation
8. Muscular Structure Palpation
9. Observation of complete evaluation of the Shoulder

10.Introduction to myofasical therapy
11.Observation of common myofascial techniques used by clinician

12.Introduction to Instrumental myofascial therapy
13.Observation of common instrumental myofascial patterns used by clinicians
14.Introduction to joint mobilization
15.Observation of common joint mobilization techniques used by clinicians 16.Introduction to theories in stages of healing and associated program protocols

17.Protocol review for deficits incurred in post rehabilitation clients

18.Review of specific exercises for muscular and functional deficits

19.Exercise modification based on clients deficits
20.Observation of full clinical treatment of client with limited thoracic mobility 21.Observation of full clinical treatment of client with Shoulder injury

22.Question and Answer Period


Knee Secrets 3-4 April 2017

knee-secret-2

Course Objectives

Upon completion of the workshop, participants will learn

  •   Gain an understanding of knee anatomy and learn relationships between joints, surrounding structures and bone
  •   Understand joint dynamics and its affect on strength, motion and pain patterns.
  •   Complete a visual assessment from posterior and lateral view points
  •   Understand how postural deficits affects muscular performance and healing
  •   Observe a full presentation with orthopedic, neurological and structural examination to learn the details of examinations that injured clients may undergo during medical evaluations
  •   Learn proper palpation skills with emphasis on pressure and touch sensitivity
  •   Develop the ability to feel for landmarks in the knee and determine various structures based on location and palpation
  •   Observe and learn non invasive muscular strength testing to determine deficits in athletic performance
  •   Observe and learn non invasive muscle length testing to determine deficits that contribute to limited mobility and motion
  •   Observe neurological and orthopedic testing to see how clinicians determine how to proceed with injured clients
  •   Observe and understand myofasical techniques that clinicians may use on injured clients and when these procedures are contraindicated
  •   Observe and understand joint mobilization techniques that clinicians may use on injured clients and when these procedures are contraindicated
  •   Learn theories on working with post rehabilitation clients and developing programs that will not expose a client to re-injury
  •   Learn shoulder exercises and how to modify based on clients needs
  •   Learn post rehabilitation protocols for common injuries and restrictions seen with clients
  •  Observe and understand a full treatment of a client with knee injury

Course Content

1. Introduction to workshop and instructor

2. Basic Knee anatomy
3. Joint anatomy
4. Functional Anatomy of the Knee

5. Introduction to visual assessments
a. Anterior visualization/assessment b. Lateral visualization/assessment c. Posterior visualization/assessment

6. Palpation Techniques
7. Osseous Structural Palpation
8. Muscular Structure Palpation
9. Observation of complete evaluation of the knee
10.Introduction to myofasical therapy
11.Observation of common myofascial techniques used by clinician

12.Introduction to Instrumental myofascial therapy
13.Observation of common instrumental myofascial patterns used by clinicians
14.Introduction to joint mobilization
15.Observation of common joint mobilization techniques used by clinicians 16.Introduction to theories in stages of healing and associated program protocols
17.Protocol review for deficits incurred in post rehabilitation clients

18.Review of specific exercises for muscular and functional deficits

19.Exercise modification based on clients deficits
20.Observation of full clinical treatment of client with knee injury

21.Question and Answer Period


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