The webinar will give an overview of the criterion based rehabilitation philosophies used at Perform at St. George’s Park, and how hydrotherapy is used in the early phases of rehabilitation to challenge the athletes to stimulate improvements in neuromuscular control and progressively load. It will include videos of examples of these progressions and discuss how these link directly to some of the ‘out of water’ progressions in the rehabilitation.
Kemp will discuss the following topics during the webinar:
Attendees will learn:
*Continuing Education (you must attend the live webinar in its entirety):
Athletic Trainers: One CEU available for Athletic Trainers through BOC (Course ID: P3003-2002)
All Others: Certificates will be available if you wish to petition your certification agency for CEUs.
“The presenters did an excellent job of explaining the rationale for the exercises. This
was an interesting look at how to develop speed both on land and in the water.”
- P.S. (webinar previously attended: "Use of Aquatics for Improving Linear Speed Mechanics", May 21,2013 presented by Lance Walker )
"Thank you for sharing this information. It is "value added" to the use of our HydroWorx pool!"
- J.M. (webinar previously attended: "Use of Aquatics for Improving Linear Speed Mechanics", May 21,2013 presented by Lance Walker )
Steve Kemp is the High Performance Physiotherapist at Perform Sport Medicine facility at St. George’s Park UK. He leads the rehabilitation of all athletes attending the National Football Centre. His current role sees him leading the rehabilitation strategies for Perform nationwide and leading rehabilitation of the Professional Footballers Association residential rehabilitation scheme which is based at St. George’s Park. In addition to this role he is physiotherapist for the Senior England Football Team and travels home and away with the team and will be attending the Brazil 2014 World Cup with the team. Steve had worked in professional Sport for over 14 years. Prior to his appointment with The Football Association and Perform, he has been Head of Medical Services at Wolverhampton Wanderers and Preston North End and has also worked at Leeds United and has also worked internationally with Busan Icons in South Korea.