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2D Slow Motion Video Analysis for Movement System Impairment Syndromes

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Course Description: If pain occurs with movement, then observation and analysis of movement is required. This course will utilize smart phone video technology slow motion analysis to identify deviant movement(s). Real-time symptom modification of deviant movement can improve effectiveness and efficiency of movement system impairment syndromes. This approach can be fun by providing significant individual case level evidence, enhanced patient centered care, while enhancing engagement with client to solve client’s problems. This approach can enhance clinicians existing clinical toolkit and facilitate reflective learning and professional development of clinician.

Learning Objectives:
• Identify benefits & barriers, indications to the use of 2D video using portable devices with integrated cameras for slow motion analysis of clients who are experiencing movement system impairment syndromes.
• Recognize indications for the use of 2D video slow motion analysis for management of movement system impairment syndromes, prevention of injuries, & performance enhancement.
• Outline the how to do tactics & techniques of recording, analyzing, storing, & retrieving video data which can improve the validity and reliability of slow-motion analysis & client’s motor learning in the management of movement system impairment syndromes, injury prevention, & performance enhancement.
• Identify & define frame of reference, key reference points useful to describe motion, deviant movements when performing two-dimensional slow-motion video analysis.
• Given results of two-dimensional slow-motion video analysis describe symptom modification procedure & recognize a working hypothesis to problem solve movement system impairment syndromes.
• Recognize a working hypothesis identifying potential side effects & unintended consequences of chosen intervention.

2 contact hour of Type 1 Credit

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