Neurofit for Therapists
The Neurofit concept has been progressed to four major neurological clinics in the UK and this course aims to equip you with the tools to develop a similar programme within your working environment. It is a progressive training programme empowering people with a neurological condition to challenge their physical fitness. The programme is run by specialist neurological physiotherapists and qualified personal trainers.
Neurofit for therapists
SPRING/SUMMER 2019 course
We are now taking bookings for our Neurofit course with Nikki Penny, Bob Wood and Natalie Opoku on 18-19 MAY and
29-30 JUNE 2019. The course is being held in the newly finished Lancing Prep College, a stunning venue to hold a great course.
Please contact us or download the application form below. email firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 COURSES WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER IN THE YEAR
Previous one day Upper Limb courses were a huge success and a big thank you to all the participants for making it so much fun.
Also thank you to Bob Wood for putting us through our weird and wonderful paces.
New 2020 courses available soon so please feel free to contact us for more information.
email@example.com or call 01273 911212
The tutors on the course bring together aspects of Strength & Movement training and how this applies to neurology.
The first weekend explores function training and its role in fitness assessment, but also its use in programme design.
The second weekend explores exercise prescription and how to specifically train three areas of strength, cardiovascular, endurance and speed strength. The third weekend we will progress to develop your skills in designing progressive exercise programmes for your clients.
This is a practical problem based learning course. Our aim is for you to have a greater understanding of the different types of strength and how these apply to neurology. This will be achieved by two key note lectures, you completing workshops and exercise groups in each of the different components of strength, to explore your own levels of fitness in each of these areas
Course Aims & Objectives
Understanding the principles of functional Strength & Movement training.
Understanding and analysing these types of strength.
Identify and analyse different components within yourself.
How to fitness test a client.
Designing a Strength & Movement programme for neurological impairment.
Create neurological exercise groups.