Location: Tauranga, New Zealand
Price: 650 $ NZD
A MUST TO DIAGNOSE AND FIX RUNNING INJURIES
Healthcare professionals, you want to succeed in treating recreational runners and athletes? If you are looking to improve your clinical skills and serve or bring in new clients, look no further!
The seminar “New trends in the prevention of running injuries” is for you! Delivered on all five continents, it has taken thousands of health professionals by storm. Using the most recent scientific evidence, the instructors question several unjustified and widespread practices.
From diagnosis to treatment, including running gait analysis/retraining, detailed footwear analysis/prescription and appropriate load management, everything is presented in a structured way to ensure that registrants can readily apply evidence-based learnings.
In addition, you will be listed on The Running Clinic’s website, with a VIP access to regular literature updates. A great way to promote your services and educate your patients through reliable and accurate knowledge.
Are you ready to:
- GROW YOUR BUSINESS and add new patients with a strong expertise and modern tools?
- BECOME A LEADER and a local reference for runners in your area?
- BE A MEMBER of an internationally recognized network?
The Running Clinic is an organization providing continuing education intended for health professionals that has grown internationally to become the reference in the prevention and treatment of running injuries.
Healthcare professionals who treat recreational runners and athletes involved in running, track and field or any other sport : Physiotherapists, Doctors, Chiropractors. Coaches and Running industry specialists will also gain great information form this course.
- Time and location
November 30th, December 1st, 2019
Participant greeting 30 minutes before the course starts.
Address: University of Waikato
Adams Centre for High Performance
52 Miro Street
Mount Maunganui, Tauranga 3112
- What to bring?
Comfortable attire. Participants should bring in shorts and running shoes for both days.
Participants will receive a printed document that includes slides from the course as well as sheets to use with their patients.
Local organizer: Kim Hébert-Losier
- Other Information
You will receive a certificate and receipt on the last day of the course.
The payment must be made by credit card. If you would like to cancel your registration in a course, you can receive a reimbursement up to 30 days before the course’s first official date.
A 10% administration fee, however, is non-refundable. No reimbursements will be made less than 30 days before the course.
If the payment by credit card is not possible, please contact isabelle at firstname.lastname@example.org
A minimum of 20 participants and a maximum of 30 participants are required for this course. A notice will be sent, by e-mail, 21 to 30 days prior to the first day of the course, in the event of the course being canceled due to a lack of participants.
Complementary information will be sent by e-mail the week prior to the course (last minute information).
Your registration to this course automatically signs you up to our "mailing list" and "specialist near me" sections for free for a complete year.
Please note that it is strictly forbidden to record audio or video during the course.
With my signature, I acknowledge that running and walking in its different forms can be inherently strenuous activities and that no event is without risk of injuries. By registering to the 2-day course "New trends in the prevention of running injuries", I renounce taking any actions whatsoever against The Running Clinic if I was to get injured or other damage during the following or after the course.
I confirm that my physical condition allows me to participate and to get involved in the practical session. Otherwise, I will retire voluntarily from sessions that do not suit me.