David Lemke – Activating the Complete Core for Better Posture, Coordination & Balance
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5 hours and 41 minutes.
Audio and video formats are available.
May 17, 2019 Copyright
With rehab clients, I used to play that tiresome game of chasing the pain. And, despite the fact that I thought I had successfully treated hundreds of clients with muscle and joint pain, I still felt as though there was one critical component I was missing to keep my patients functional.
Then, after evaluating kinesiological surface electromyography (sEMG), I identified a breakthrough way. In one session, this resulted in a breakthrough. I was able to release a borderline frozen shoulder and relieve almost all of the patient’s discomfort – with long-term outcomes.
In this experiential training video, I’ll teach you three easy exercises that target the Central Nervous System to cure movement dysfunction and permanently alter your clients’ lives.
You’ll discover how to focus on the body’s real core and its bias, which we call the “Twist,” and how this leads to long-term changes in balance, coordination, and easy posture.
These tactics will change the way you work with your clients. So sign up now and transform the way you serve your patients.
Manual Activation of the Entire Core (9.4 MB)
Outline 62 Pages Available After Purchase
WHAT IS THE ENTIRE CORE?
The Answer Informs Us What Makes Exercise Truly Functional?
Going beyond what we generally consider the “core”
How outmoded technology has harmed our notions of the core and harmed our therapies
What’s up with the lack of results in the face of all the data?
Having an impact on what happens “before the core” for optimal muscle recruitment
Kinesiological Surface Emg (sEMG) Testing Helps HANDS-ON LAB Improve Our Treatment
11 important moves that improve our work with the core
What does video and sEMG recording of test activities teach us about the body?
How can we utilize sEMG in our job as rehabilitation professionals?
CNS IMPLICATIONS = CORE
What the Kinetic Chain Tells Us About sEMG
How the CNS perceives muscles
Examine sEMG data for “chains” vs. groupings.
Movement, emotion, and muscles
From the perspective of the CNS, a chain is only as strong as its weakest link.
CNS as CORE Implications: Motor learning is a constantly active, learning, and adapting mechanism.
WHAT IS THE PRIMARY “TWIST,” AND HOW IS IT REVOLUTIONARY IN TREATMENT?
How the motor system is trained before going to the gym
The “Twist” pattern serves as the driving force in:
Lower quarter symptoms are caused by the most prevalent underlying diseases.
Upper quarter symptoms are caused by the most frequent underlying diseases.
Recognize how difficult it is to find the missing links.
Recognizing the straightforward beauty of functional chains
FUNCTIONAL CHAINS TRAINING
The Advantages of Exercising in the Twist
Exercise vs. training
Using organized, resisted movement to target the CNS
Cross-training away from the Twist
If a workout does not contradict the Twist, it is not reinforcing it.
Exercises You’re Not Doing to Improve Posture, Balance, and Coordination
XC demonstration and practice Skiing and reverse resisted walking are excellent activities for combating basic overuse behaviors.
Brainstorming in groups: FCT demonstration and SkiX activity
Success indicators: Posture, balance, and youthful audacity
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As a patient with back discomfort, David Lemke, NMT, sEMG Tech, got interested in core function. In 1985, he began his own apprenticeship with a famous Canadian bodyworker after receiving pain alleviation and functional improvement from skilled and well-trained manual therapists.
Mr. Lemke achieved a breakthrough utilizing information from a kinesiological surface electromyography (sEMG) evaluation ten years into his own profession. His discovery was that by adding a single muscle manipulation to a parascapular trigger point sequence, he was able to liberate a borderline frozen shoulder and alleviate virtually all of the discomfort – with long-term effects that are unusual for this sort of manipulation. Physical therapists at Idaho State University studied the technique, which was eventually defined as a sequential motor point manipulation.
Since then, top performing athletes, dancers, martial artists, and individuals healing from orthopedic ailments and operations have depended on Mr. Lemke’s sEMG examinations and motor point treatments. Mr. Lemke has a strong interest in working with special education instructors to correct motor coordination issues in children with learning difficulties.
In his clinic, he employs slow motion video analysis of biomechanics as a Certified Dartfish Video Coach. Mr. Lemke’s kinesiological sEMG expertise is highly recognized in the area, as he has evaluated exercise equipment, technologies, and innovative treatment processes, as well as educated hundreds of professional neuromuscular massage and physical therapists.
Mr. Lemke served as the key consultant to Champions Sports Medicine (Spokane, WA) in the development of their Biomechanics lab, and he works with researchers at Baylor University’s Human Motion Lab on a regular basis. More information is available at davelemke.us.
Disclosures for Speakers:
Financial: David Lemke earns compensation from Bioperformance Texas LLC and Flexsolate for Functional Chain Trainer demonstrations and sales, as well as consultancy. He receives a speaking fee from PESI, Inc.
David Lemke does not have any relevant non-financial ties to declare.
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