UCSF DPTRS Running Course

UCSF DPTRS Running Course 

This course will teach clinicians the latest research on running biomechanics and equip them with the necessary tools to perform a comprehensive observational running analysis for runners of all levels. The instructors will break down the critical phases of running, highlight key events, and relate abnormal biomechanics to common overuse injuries and performance issues. By the completion of this course, participants will be prepared to perform a comprehensive observational running analysis within 5 minutes. Lecture series with a short breakout lab.

Objectives:

• Systematic video analysis based on updated research • Running styles and pros and cons for each
• Actual science on shoe selection for foot type • MD management and communication
• Foot strike recommendations and injury risks • Implementation of new technology for analysis and injury preventions model and research


Presented by:

Richard Souza, PT, ATC, PhD
Christopher Daprato, DPT, SCS
Anthony Luke, MD, MPH

Where: UCSF Human Performance Center, Mission Bay, 1500 Owens Street, First Floor

When: June 4th, 8:30am-4:00pm

Tuition:

Registration $225.00
DPT Student $75.00
Group Discount for 3 or more $175.00 each
UC Affiliates $95.00 


Register: SOLD OUT

Schedule:

8:00am Registration
8:30am Introductions, Systematic Running Analysis
9:00am Running Medicine, Epidemiology Tendinopathy, Mythbusting
9:45am Biomechanics; Research on Running, Clinical Applications/Correlations, Research Updates
10:30am Break
10:45am Observation Running Analysis, Norm and Abnorm, PT Evaluation Based on Running Dysfunctions
12:00pm Lunch
1:00pm Running Analysis: Live Demo
1:45pm Trends in Running Culture
2:30pm Barefoot, Chi, Pose
2:45pm Break
3:30pm Video Analysis of Runners, Treatment Aspects, Tips and Tricks
4:00pm Final questions/Discussion/Evaluation/Conclusion