PPSC is proud to announce Physical Therapy CEU approval for the PPSC Foundations Course!
Do you want to know more about how to “bridge the gap” from rehab to performance? Do you want to take your patients outcomes to a higher level with strength training but do not feel confident in how to get there?
There is a well defined and evidence supported gap that exists between rehab education and real work application. 89% of Physical Therapists agree that prescribing resistance exercise is part of their role however only 49% feel confident in doing so*
An annual increase in sedentary lifestyles and inactivity demonstrate the need for more exercise based interventions and we believe Rehab Pros should be on the front lines as leaders in Preventative, Pro-active Health Care.
We will be spending time not only discussing but also coaching each other in real time in order to improve application and confidence in the PPSC system.
The 2-Day Pain-Free Performance Specialist Certification (PPSC) is an integrated prevention based system for personal trainers, coaches and fitness professional to optimize their client’s fitness and performance around the common presence of pain, dysfunction and injuries. In this 16-hour certification course, attendees will master some of the most powerful injury prevention based theories, methods and modalities to take instant action in the implementation of Dr. John Rusin’s Pain-Free Performance Training System, including:
If you need or want to pay this in a split payment plan, please email email@example.com and we can arrange that for you.
The PPSC was developed by Dr John Rusin, and then polished with the PPSC team of Board Certified Physical Therapists and Strength Coaches.
The cert is good for 14-16 contact hours (state dependent) for PT and PTAs as well as CSCS and all other training certifications with self reporting.
Events will generally be 10-6 on Saturday and 9-5 Sunday (but may need small changes based on the individual club)
*Many physiotherapists lack preparedness to prescribe physical activity and exercise to people with musculoskeletal pain: A. multi-national survey. C J Barton et al. Phys Ther Sport 2021 May.