The Movement System – Why it Matters

This webinar will give a brief history and overview of human movement assessment as well as the concepts behind treatment planning and prescription (including the 4 x 4 matrix of exercise planning) to correct for movement dysfunction.  

Presenter Mike Voight will begin by looking at the movement system with the goal of breaking down dysfunctional movement and identifying specific impairments that are contributing to the overall dysfunction. By utilizing a systematic approach, practitioners are able to quickly identify mobility and/or stability impairments which allow them to spend more time focusing on specific treatment using their specialized skill sets.  It is of paramount importance to come up with the correct movement diagnosis yet after that, heath care professions need to have an efficient tool set to maximize their patient care both during their time in clinic and supplemental home exercise. 

With your movement system findings, you can prioritize where to start your treatment plan.  This systematic approach will help clinicians to be more efficient and effective while treating movement related dysfunctions.  This webinar will build upon the R’s approach (Restore-Reinforce-Reload) to help restore normal movement patterns. 

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Michael Voight PT, DHSc, SCS, OCS, ATC, CSCS, FAPTA

Dr. Michael Voight has had a distinguished career as both an educator and clinical physical therapist for over 30 years.  Throughout his career he has not only become one of the leading authorities in the rehabilitation of orthopedic and sports injuries, he has worked tirelessly to advance the knowledge of others as a clinician and educator by making significant contributions to the literature.  Presently, Dr. Voight the Director of Sportsmedicine at the Nashville Hip Institute and is also a tenured professor with Belmont University’s School of Physical Therapy in Nashville TN. He also holds a position of Adjunct Associate Professor in the Vanderbilt School of Medicine – Department of Orthopedics where he is the Co-Director of the Vanderbilt/Belmont Sports Physical Therapy Residency program.  

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