Treating Motor Control Deficits in the ACL Population

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Lesson Plan

Why is motor control training so important as part of an ACL rehab program? What are the key considerations when introducing it to patients? Can Motor Control Training play a role in preventing future ACL injuries? This lesson will cover the concepts of motor control, motor learning and retention, and return to play considerations for the ACL injury population.

Learn easy practical solutions for patients and clients:

  • Introduction in to Motor Control and systems involved
  • Review of the literature regarding learning and retention strategies
  • Review of the literature on Return to Play testing
  • Introduction into use of visual feedback and the Motion Guidance Clinician Kit during performance training and testing
  • Recommendations for return to play

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Duration: 46 minutes

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Course Instructor

Eric Dinkins, PT Eric Dinkins, PT

Eric is a graduate from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center Physical Therapy program and has been practicing since 2001. He is a Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedics through the American Physical Therapy Association and has a post-graduate diploma in Manipulative Therapy. He is current part of the teaching faculty for Select Medical, Northeast Seminars, Herman and Wallace, Motion Guidance LLC, and is a credentialed instructor with the Mulligan Concept Teachers Association. Eric is part of the ownership team of Motion Guidance, LLC, a rehabilitation company that developed visual feedback tools for assessing and treating clients.

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