FMT RockPods & RockFloss - Lincoln, NE - November 30 & December 1

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FMT RockPods & RockFloss Certification

RockPods

  • FMT RockPods explores the science of tissue gliding, traction and decompression with easy to use myofascial cups.
  • RockPods are one of the latest additions to the RockTape tool arsenal to better equip each clinician and therapist to deliver superior patient and client outcomes

RockFloss

  • FMT RockFloss explores the science of compression band flossing and fascial shearing to help improve joint mobility, reduce discomfort*, and enhance movement.
  • RockFloss is the one of the latest additions to the RockTape tool arsenal to better equip each clinician, therapist or trainer to deliver superior patient and client outcomes.

Location

Sparta Fitness & Training

8320 Northwood Dr Suite 600

Lincoln, NE 68505

 

Syllabus

FMT RockPods Course Outline (8AM – 3PM)

Hour One

  • Review framework of the RockTape Movement Pyramid
  • Understand neuroanatomy, skin and fascial systems and how they relate to the course
  • Review the current literature related to myofascial cupping techniques.
  • Define Time Under Pressure (TUP) as it relates to decompression (curative vs. destructive dosages)
  • Review safety of applications
  • Cupping indications/contraindications

Hour Two

  • Introducing skin/fascial/movement screening process
  • Introduce and practice use of cupping as it relates to direction and pressure
  • Types of Treatments:
  • Tissue decompression:
  • External Glide – multiple vectors
  • First MSK US demonstration 
  • Internal Glide 
  • Cupping plus Functional Movement 
  • Treatment Variables: 
  • Body Positions 
  • Graded exposure techniques 
  • Distraction Methods

10 minute break

Hour Three

  • Introducing external cueing concept in respect the use of cupping for movement disorders (post stroke, different types of dystonias, parkinson's, etc)
  • Introduce and practice use of cupping as it relates to movement dysfunction
  • Types of Cueing:
  • Tactile
  • Visual & Tactile 

1 Hour lunch break

Hour Four

  • Learn, practice and perform specific applications of cupping for nerve entrapments:
    • Upper Extremity Entrapments – Median, Radial, Ulnar, others 
  • Treatment considerations for neural entrapment cupping: external glide, internal glide, meaningful movement

Hour 5

  • Learn, practice and perform specific applications of cupping with movement:
  • External Cueing for Movement Dysfunction:
  • Isolated Movements – Flexion, Extension, Rotation, Ab/Adduction, Deviation
  • Functional Movements – Sagittal, Frontal, Transverse Plane Patterns
  • Treatment considerations for cupping with movement, all movement is a screen/treatment opportunity, work and sport-related movement examples

Hour 6

  • Condition Specific Applications
  • Introduction of progression and regression concepts for specific conditions with cupping and taping applications (combo of therapeutic interventions)
  • Case studies - Lower Extremity, Trunk, Upper Extremity

Q/A

FMT RockFloss Course Outline (8AM – 3PM)

Hour One

  • Review framework of the RockTape Movement Pyramid
  • Understand the neuroanatomy, skin and fascia and how it relates to today's course
  • Review the current literature related to banded floss techniques for fascial gliding.
  • Define Time Under Pressure (TUP)
  • Review safety of applications
  • Flossing indications/contraindications

Hour Two

  • Introducing skin/fascial screening process
  • Introduce and practice use of floss as it relates to direction and pressure
  • Types of Treatments:
  • Tissue related Compression/Shearing
  • Joint Related Centration
  • Protocol Introduction (swelling, function, fascial glide, targeted, external cueing)
  • Treatment positions graded exposure techniques related to the treatment process

10 minute break

Hour Three

  • Learn, practice and perform specific applications of flossing:
  • Swelling Control/Proprioception (Lower Extremity)
  • Function (80% Rules)
  • Lower Extremity (foot/ankle, knee, hip)
  • Tissue Glide (glide)
  • Loading and Off-loading
  • Targeted Treatments (X application - Lower Extremity)

1 hour lunch break

Hour Four

  • Learn, practice and perform specific applications of flossing:
  • Swelling Control/Proprioception (Upper Extremity)
  • Tissue related (glide)
  • Loading and Off-loading
  • Function (80% Rules)
  • Upper extremity (hand/wrist, elbow, shoulder)
  • Targeted Treatments ((X application - Upper Extremity)
  • MSK US demonstration

Hour 5

  • Learn, practice and perform specific applications of flossing:
  • External Cueing Techniques:
  • Breathing Assessment
  • Floss treatments for Rib cage/diaphragm
  • Floss treatment for Upper Shoulder Girdle/Ribs/Clavicle
  • Floss treatment for Positional Corrections of Upper/Lower Extremity

Hour 6

  • Condition Specific Applications
  • Instituting protocol of Progression and regression for specific conditions
  • Case studies

Q/A