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Physio Care

In the health and fitness industries, and more specifically in the field of exercise rehabilitation, a large gap still exists between the disciplines of the physiotherapist and the personal trainer. This is predominantly due to a lack of education and communication on both sides, which ultimately impacts upon the client’s rehabilitation and recovery from pain and injury, progression and performance in training and sport, and prevention of injury while training.

Too many physiotherapists don’t know enough about exercise programming and technique, and too many trainers don’t know enough about functional anatomy, injury prevention and specific exercise rehabilitation! There is a clear need to bridge the gap between the two professions by educating personal trainers in areas specific and relevant to their clients.

FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY
Many personal trainers’ knowledge of functional anatomy leaves something to be desired. To enable correct verbal hands-on cueing, sequencing, training technique and instruction to the client, the personal trainer must know exactly what each important muscle does and how to evoke correct muscle activation so the client performs the right action and learns correct execution for the long term. Clients who are in pain, weakness, dysfunction or experiencing imbalances will find it more difficult to activate certain muscles due to a number of feedback loops in the muscle and nervous system. To help overcome this, specific exercise must be taught with correct verbal and kinesthetic education. A sound knowledge of functional anatomy is needed in order to do this.
PAST AND PRESENT PAIN AND INJURIES
As the personal trainer may train a client that a) is in pain; b) is recovering from injury; or c) has had an injury or pain problem in the past, the trainer must know about specific injuries in order to help the client. The more knowledge the trainer possesses about how the injury occurs, and the short and long term consequences of such injuries, the better the training program design and client outcomes they will achieve. Many clients will have old injuries that have affect their muscle programming, strength and training ability.They may also have muscle imbalances and/or compensatory patterns that lead to secondary problems, and eventually re-injury or new injuries. This may be due to a number of factors, including pain inhibition. .
CORRECTIVE EXERCISE PROGRAMMING
The shoulder and the knee are frequently injured by clients during sports or training, and are the areas of the body the client frequently struggles to improve in terms of strength and long-term recovery gains. As two of the hardest joint complexes in the body to relieve of pain, they are the personal trainer’s worst nightmare. In both areas the function of the joint and the corresponding stabilizer muscle groups are generally poorly understood or neglected. They are also joints that are historically trained incorrectly or not at all. The exercises most suited to rehabilitation of these joints are based on closed-chain kinetic exercise principles.When the body moves, it does so relative to the hand or foot that is in a fixed or semi-fixed position, working multiple muscle groups simultaneously rather than concentrating on just one.

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