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Course Overview

This course is for health, fitness and sports professionals who work with musculoskeletal disorders occurring from running and multi-directional sport.

Learn how to take your clients from injury or post-surgery to back-to-play using a unique, progressive and functional approach. This course is based on the movement methodology of The Movement & Running School, developed by Mike Antoniades.

It will look at the most common injuries in running and will identify the contributing factors to these injuries . The focus will be on learning rehabilitation methods and protocols for these injuries and learning how to re-educate movement patterns without pain. Emphasis will be placed on learning the rehabilitation methods and exercises in a practical setting .

Course Objectives

  • Improve your injury assessment and rehabilitation plan
  • Understand what’s causing your patients pain or injury 
  • Understand why 60%to 70% of runners get injured because of training errors
  • Understand the protocols for each injury
  • Clear exercise rehabilitation protocols for the most common injuries

Rehabilitation Protocols

The following 'return to running and sport' protocols will be covered:

  1. Knee: i.e. Runner's knee. PFP, Tendinopathy, Ligament tears
  2. Upper leg: i.e. High Hamstring Tendinopathy
  3. Lower Leg: i.e. Shin splints, Calf pain, Achilles tendinopathy
  4. Ankle/Foot: i.e. Plantar Fasciitis, Ankle Sprain, Balance
  5. Back: i.e. Mechanical back pain, SI Joint Pain
  6. Hip: i.e. Hip flexor tendinopathy, ITB Syndrome
  7. Kids:  i.e. Osgood Schlatter’s, Severs, PFP


What you get

Get all the training tools you need rehabilitate athletes of various injuries

  • CPD Completion Certificate

  • Course Handbook with Presentations & Research

  • Exercise Protocol Handbook