How to assess and improve lumbopelvic control - evidence, practice, case studies
In this 2,5h online seminar, Prof. Dr. Hannu Luomajoki explores the question if it is necessary to establish movement quality in the trunk before doing high-intensity exercises. He will present test batteries for lumbopelvic control, discuss the consequences of the results and use case studies to demonstrate their use in practice, especially for a return to sport process and as a prehab measure. In his explanations, Luomajoki also addresses the current scientific evidence.
- Background to lumbopelvic control
- Use of motor control test batteries and consequences for training therapy
- Motor control as a basis for high threshold loads
- Case studies and evidence
Physiotherapists, sports scientists, doctors, sports teachers and licensed trainers
- Presentation as a PDF
- Certificate of participation
- Interactive live seminar
After the online seminar, you will get a seminar certificate. It contains information on the type, content and duration.
- Computer/mobile device with internet access
- Speaker and microphone or headset
- The zoom application, which can be downloaded from zoom.us or used as a web application at www.zoom.us.
About Prof. Dr. Hannu Luomajoki
Prof. Dr. Hannu Luomajoki physiotherapist (OMT) with a master's degree in manual therapy. He received his doctorate in 2010 and habilitated in Finland in 2016. Since 2007, he has led the Master's programme in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) and supervises master's theses and doctoral projects. As a speaker, he has been a guest at numerous national and international congresses and has published over 30 peer-reviewed research articles and 40 technical papers. He is a reviewer and member of the scientific advisory board of various journals. Prof. Luomajoki also focuses on cost-effectiveness in health care and the use of new technologies in physiotherapy.