From lecture series and career days at schools to hosting courses and producing our own educations seminars, Rehab 2 Perform has a strong passion for continuing our education and spreading our knowledge to those in the local community and partners in the medical world.
This year we will be hosting a number of Continuing Educational courses at our facilities and R2P Seminars presented by our staff. Check out the details below and click on the links to register!
Are you looking for us to host an event? Or want one of our therapists to come speak at your school or event? Please contact or business operations manager Matt Cornell, Matt@Rehab2Perform.com
We are thrilled to announce our new Continuing Education platform: the R2P Academy. These courses will provide clinicians with a framework to narrow the information gap between education and practice in restoring high level function for rehabilitation professionals. By blending rehab and performance principles, the Rehab 2 Perform Academy aims to create a common language and a cohesive model to provide interdisciplinary integration to best serve the clients needs. For more information visit HERE
The Blueprints Course originally set for April 4th, 2020 in Bethesda has been rescheduled for JULY 18TH!
R2P 2019 Spring Seminar: Thank you to everyone who joined us Saturday, May 18th 2019 for the 2nd annual Spring Seminar! Our expert staff dove deeper into the blueprints that set the standard as we guide patients from Rehab 2 Perfomance! Presentations Included: The Blueprints - Dr. Jarred Boyd & Dr. Anthony Iannarino. Case Studies: Acute Labrum Tear After Fall On Outstretched Hand - Dr. Zach Baker & Dr. Jamie Wood and Rehabilitation Framework for the Tactical Athlete Returning to Duty - Dr. Josh Funk & Dr. Caleb Fatzinger
R2P 2018 Fall Seminar On Saturday November 10th, 36 Physical Therapists, Personal Trainers, Strength & Conditioning Coaches, and DPT Students from seven states joined the R2P staff at our Germantown location for a full day seminar as we revealed our HOW and WHY in guiding patients from Rehab 2 Performance! Check out the highlights and recap here
R2P 2018 Spring Seminar recap and highlights HERE! The seminar featured dynamic, educational sessions featuring current concepts in the world of rehabilitation and performance.
UPCOMING HOSTED EVENTS
October 24th 2020 at R2P Bethesda: Owens Recovery Science - Blood Flow Restriction Certification
Registration and Details - https://www.owensrecoveryscience.com/certification/bethesdamd-October-24-2020/
Personalized Blood Flow Restriction Rehabilitation (PBFR) is a paradigm shifting intervention for the rehabilitation professional with over 160 peer-reviewed articles in the scientific literature. By applying a tourniquet briefly and intermittently to an exercising limb you can induce significant and substantial strength, hypertrophy and endurance changes while using a very light load. By attending our one day certification course for BFR therapy in Bethesda, MD, clinicians will:
- Translate the physiology behind mechanical tension compared to metabolic accumulation training and the downstream effects.
- Manipulate blood flow restriction protocols to create a local or systemic response within the soft tissues.
- Differentiate limb occlusion pressures objectively for each individual athlete/patient.
- Translate appropriate tourniquet safety measures to the outpatient/training room setting.
- Recommend and implement a rehabilitation blood flow restriction protocol for patients after injury or surgery.
December 5-6, 2020, Co-Hosting at Crossfit Hardshells: Clinical Athlete Powerlifting Coach Certification
Registration and Details - https://www.clinicalathlete.com/events/1970
This two-day, intensive course will leave you with new tools to optimize movement, positioning, and performance for the back squat, bench press, & deadlift; as well as safely manage common powerlifting injuries. This course is appropriate for any coach, trainer, clinician, or student looking to improve powerlifting performance and reduce risk of injury; and the ClinicalAthlete name ensures the material will be based on the best available scientific evidence.