Pilates for Osteoporosis – Online
This exciting and innovative 1 day online course investigates the concept that osteoporosis is the next epidemic to hit the healthcare industry.
The course will cover the epidemiology, prevalence and incidence of osteoporosis. Osteoporosis currently causes more days in hospital than some more publicized diseases, such as cancer! With the growing and aging population it is predicted that the epidemic of osteoporosis will only grow and grow. One of the key components of not only managing osteoporosis but preventing its onset with exercise. Several research studies have proven that the use of Pilates movements is one of the key components to managing this disease. Pilates for Osteoporosis is an innovative 12 step program that delivers the answer to one of the worlds growing epidemics within healthcare. Worldwide 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men will suffer from osteoporotic illness in their lifetime. In this online course APPI delivers a unique step by step process of creating a program that is based on targeting the common fracture sites that the research into osteoporosis suggests. Furthermore, this program has the key concept of getting clients off the floor in managing osteoporosis and ensuring that the benefit of weight bearing exercise can be linked to Pilates movements.
Following the course you will be able to:
- Evaluate the recent research into osteoporosis
- Apply APPI’s step by step program based on targeting the common fracture sites
- Recognize how to get clients off the floor in managing osteoporosis
- Distinguish how weight bearing Pilates movements can benefit osteoporosis
Total viewing time = 5 hours 39 minutes
This online course is presented by APPI Master Trainer Sarah Chambers.
0:00:00 – 1:18:09 The APPI Osteoporosis Class
1:18:10 – 1:39:52 Lecture 1: Osteoporosis is a Worldwide Epidemic
1:39:53 – 2:52:14 Lecture 2: The Management of Osteoporosis & Pilates
2:52:15 – 4:22:12 Workshop: Assessment of Balance and Falls
4:22:13 – 5:39:23 Continuation of Pilates Exercises in the Management of Osteoporosis
Total Viewing Time: 5 hours 39 minutes
This course is open to:
- Physical Therapists
- Physical Therapist Assistants
- Athletic Trainers
- Exercise Physiologists
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists
- Personal Trainers
- Certified Pilates Instructors
- Occupational Therapists
- Occupational Therapy Assistants
- Third Year Physical Therapy Students
We recommend that you have attended APPI’s Pilates for Rehabilitation – Matwork Level One course or a 2 day Pilates Matwork course with a recognized Pilates training provider prior to completing this online course.
1 x towel
1 x resistance/theraband
2 x oval balance pads
1 x sitting block
1 x pilates circle
1 x soft pilates ball
Physical Therapists/Physical Therapist Assistants: This course is approved by the following:
- 4 CCU’s by FSBPT Procert *(see States below)
5.5 CCU’s by the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
Many other states may accept credits awarded by the above state boards. Please check with your state licensing board to determine whether the course qualifies for credit in your state. Please note that due to the changing nature of state continuing education requirements, APPI suggests that you contact your state physical therapy association or licensing board for the most current information on continuing education and other rules and regulations.
Occupational Therapists/Certified Occupational Therapist Assistants: 5.75 Contact Hours. AOTA Approved Provider of Continuing Education # 11485 Category 1 Domain of OT. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsements of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA
Athletic Trainers: APPI is Board of Certification, Inc., (BOC) Approved Provider. This course has been approved for 5.5 continued education hours for Athletic Trainers. BOC Approved Provider number P10086.
Personal Trainers/ Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists APPI courses are not automatically approved by the NSCA, however if you would like to attend this course, you are able to self-submit received NSCA CEUs.
Exercise Physiologists ‘The ACSM Certification & Registry Department will recognize CECs, CMEs or CEUs awarded by other professional health and fitness or clinical organizations for attending their programs without it being pre-approved or endorsed by the ACSM Education Department. These are considered “non-ACSM endorsed programs.” You must obtain documentation from that organization verifying attendance and the number of CECs earned.’
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*ProCert is a program of the Federation of State Board of Physical Therapy (FSBPT). ProCert evaluates physical therapy continuing competence activities (courses and conferences) using the research-based FSBPT Standards for Continuing Competence Activities.
Continuing competence activities certified by ProCert are currently accepted by the following jurisdictions:
|Alaska||Arizona||Arkansas||California||Colorado||Delaware||District of Columbia|
|North Dakota||Oregon||Pennsylvania||Puerto Rico||Rhode Island||South Carolina||South Dakota|
Additional states are updating rules/regulations or policies to reflect the acceptance or recognition of ProCert.
After viewing this online course you will be required to pass a 20 question multiple choice test. The pass mark for this test is 80%.
“My patient population includes those who are osteopenic and osteoporotic. I wanted to be able to give variations both to my patient’s one-on-one and in a class situation to those individuals with a loss of bone density. The course gave me both didactic information that is beneficial to the patient, i.e. extension based exercises will be safer versus increased risk of fracture with flexion based exercises, as well as, a giving a
strong group of exercises that have been modified for the osteoporotic population to load their bones safely.” – Physical Therapist | 2019
“This information will allow me to make educated decisions regarding the use of Pilates as an exercise tool / physical therapy intervention for those with osteoporosis.” – Physical Therapist | 2019
“I liked the exercises and how to change them or alter them for a particular patient.” – Physical Therapist | 2019
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Financial – All APPI presenters who teach this course receive a speaking honorarium from APPI America.
Non-financial – No relevant non-financial relationship exists with any of APPI’s presenters for this course.