Certified Running Gait Analyst Level 1 Nov 10 & 11 Philadelphia

important_devices group Hybrid Course - In-person and Online
6 hours of online content 17 hours of live lab based content (PA & DE Approved, NJ Submitted)
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Course Description

Become a Hero to Runners!

Become a Level 1 Certified Running Gait Analyst!

We provide the knowledge, skills, and tools to simplify running and turn rehab and fitness professionals into heros for runners. Running injuries are complex and runners want results fast! Learn how to simplify running to get runners back to enjoying the sport they love. The five most common running gait impairments will be covered, and participants will have the chance to use the latest in 3D technology to analyze form and learn advanced methods for gait re-training.

This 2 day course begins by covering the ACE Running Movement Screen designed specifically for runners to pick up on the most common running related impairments. Next, we dive into each of the five running impairments and identify the reasons runners change their form and how to fix it.

Throughout the course participants will do live case studies using 2D & 3D motion analysis to identify running impairments and practicing techniques for gait re-training.
If you want to be a Hero to Runners, this is the course for you!

*Please note this registration includes the pre-requisite online portion for this course. You must complete the Essential Elements of Running Course prior to attending. The Essential Elements can be taken as an independent course, and provides an in depth look at running biomechanics that is essential for the advanced concepts discussed in Level 1. If you have taken the online component,  please contact us at admin@LearnWithACE.com for instructions on a discount for the live portion.

Date : November 10, 2018
8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Vincera Institute, South 12th Street, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Date : November 10, 2018
Vincera Institute, South 12th Street, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Course Instructors

Doug Adams
Doug Adams
PT, DPT, SCS, OCS, CSCS
Doug Adams is a Physical Therapist who graduated from Auburn University with an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and then completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2008 from the University of Delaware. He went on to complete a sports residency at the University of Delaware, becoming a Board Certified Specialist. Doug's interests in Physical Therapy include ACLs, Swimmer's Shoulder, and Leadership/mentorship. He has lectured on these topics both locally and nationally, as well as published on ACLs. (free article) Check out his full CV here. Doug lives in Wilmington, DE with his wife Devon, daughter Avery, and their yellow lab Riley. Doug has competed nationally in triathlons for 13 years and is also a Triathlon Coach for Integrity Multisport. Doug and Ari are not only the co-founders of the Association of Clinical Excellence, but also brothers-in-law after marrying sisters, Devon and Erin.
Eric Greenberg
Eric Greenberg
PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS
Eric graduated with a degree in health sciences form the University of Florida and his doctorate of physical therapy from Stony Brook University. He also completed a post-professional sports physical therapy residency program at the University of Delaware in 2009 and is board certified in sports physical therapy. During his professional career, Eric has gained valuable experience in working with athletes of various levels. During his time at the Sports Medicine Center at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, he gained valuable experience in working with the youth athlete and developed an adolescent specific running medicine clinic. Eric has since transitioned to academia where he is an Assistant Professor at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) where he teaches in the musculoskeletal curriculum and provides physical therapy services to the NYIT athletes. He is published in various peer-reviewed journals and has co-authored multiple text book chapters pertaining to sports physical therapy. Eric continues to present nationally and regionally on a variety of topics including the management of injured runner, the adolescent athlete, and other topics pertaining to sports physical therapy. He currently lives in New York with his wife and two children.

Course Instructors

Doug Adams
Doug Adams
PT, DPT, SCS, OCS, CSCS
Doug Adams is a Physical Therapist who graduated from Auburn University with an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and then completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2008 from the University of Delaware. He went on to complete a sports residency at the University of Delaware, becoming a Board Certified Specialist. Doug's interests in Physical Therapy include ACLs, Swimmer's Shoulder, and Leadership/mentorship. He has lectured on these topics both locally and nationally, as well as published on ACLs. (free article) Check out his full CV here. Doug lives in Wilmington, DE with his wife Devon, daughter Avery, and their yellow lab Riley. Doug has competed nationally in triathlons for 13 years and is also a Triathlon Coach for Integrity Multisport. Doug and Ari are not only the co-founders of the Association of Clinical Excellence, but also brothers-in-law after marrying sisters, Devon and Erin.
Eric Greenberg
Eric Greenberg
PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS
Eric graduated with a degree in health sciences form the University of Florida and his doctorate of physical therapy from Stony Brook University. He also completed a post-professional sports physical therapy residency program at the University of Delaware in 2009 and is board certified in sports physical therapy. During his professional career, Eric has gained valuable experience in working with athletes of various levels. During his time at the Sports Medicine Center at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, he gained valuable experience in working with the youth athlete and developed an adolescent specific running medicine clinic. Eric has since transitioned to academia where he is an Assistant Professor at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) where he teaches in the musculoskeletal curriculum and provides physical therapy services to the NYIT athletes. He is published in various peer-reviewed journals and has co-authored multiple text book chapters pertaining to sports physical therapy. Eric continues to present nationally and regionally on a variety of topics including the management of injured runner, the adolescent athlete, and other topics pertaining to sports physical therapy. He currently lives in New York with his wife and two children.

Course Reviews

person Andrew
June 15, 2018
I would like to say again, that this was one of the best courses I have taken. The instructors were fantastic, easy to talk to and presented information in a way that challenged us but made sure we understood the concepts. I will be sure to recommend this course to colleagues
person Heather
June 15, 2018
Awesome course this weekend-thank you again for it! It was definitely one of the best, if not the best, I've taken and gave me a lot to add to what I've already been doing
person Travis
June 15, 2018
Out of all the courses I’ve taken, this one more than any other, I walked out of thinking, “Wow! That was totally worth it!”

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