This program is an advanced aquatic training program to teach individuals involved in rehabilitation developed by a physiotherapist. Candidates will require a superior understanding of anatomy, biomechanics, and water exercise design -we recommend candidates have completed at least two levels of WaterART prior to enrolling in this course. (Please note that instructors who are not registered therapists may not use the title “therapist”.) Seasoned instructors are an important part of the wellness continuum and this will educate you about the rehabilitation process.
This specific program is appropriate for post-rehabilitation sports enthusiasts and/or athletes. We will review a variety of case studies during the course.
In order to gain the most out of this program and become successful, the following is highly recommended:
- To have completed at least 2 levels of WaterART Certification or equivalent
- Unless candidate holds one of the following certifications: Registered Kin, Registered PT, RT, OT, AT or PTA.
- Should you not have the prerequisite we recommend that you do this training as a workshop for 16 hours or 16.0 CECs.
Only Registered Allied Health Care Providers may utilize the title Therapist. however, everyone is welcome to take the program and learn from this program.
- H2O Post Rehabilitation Instructor Manual for Athletic Populations (395 pages)
- Study Guide Questions & Practical Case Study reviews
- 20 Laminated protocol cards to utilize for poolside reference to remember the complete exercise inventory
- 12 Laminated protocol cards to utilize for poolside reference to remember the six protocols
- Online streaming of the following videos:
- Optional upgrade for Vimeo Video Streaming for computers or Hard copies of DVDs can be purchased separately (everyone receives the WaterART Fitness App streaming with your purchase)
- Certification Exam Process
- Online profile and Certification E-diploma when successful with examination process
Table of Contents & Learning Objectives
|Chapter 2||Anatomy and Function|
|Chapter 3||The WaterART System|
|Chapter 4||Tools of Aquatic Rehabilitation Design|
|Chapter 5||Common Cervical Conditions|
|Chapter 6||Common Shoulder Conditions|
|Chapter 7||Common Thoracic and Lumbar Spine Conditions|
|Chapter 8||Common Hip Conditions|
|Chapter 9||Common Knee Conditions|
|Chapter 10||Common Ankle Conditions|
|Chapter 11||Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries|
|Chapter 12||Rehabilitation Assessments|
|Chapter 13||Referral Notes and Intake Forms|