Rehab 201

The clinicians and trainers below have advanced the current knowledge base, refining the tools that were forged by the Rehab 101 titans.  Here we see the future of pain management and functional restoration accelerating into the concepts that will form the basis for future generations of clinicians, trainers and allied health care providers.

As a group, these clinicians have improved rehab interventions by:

  • Encouraging us to get off of the floor and on to our feet for functional training (Gray)
  • Improved our movement quality assessment skills (Cook)
  • Incorporated developmental motor programs into rehab (Kolar)
  • Provided safer, lower tech ways to train power and agility (Tsatsouline)