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Diagnosis Course

The Diagnosis Course/full body ART re-cert course will re-examine and expand what was learned in the UE, LE, and SP courses. The diagnosis course consists of an SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment) portion taught by Dr. Greg Rose, and an ART full body re-cert course taught by ART instructors. This is a 24 hour course.

There is no ART manual for this course. SFMA manuals will be received on site at the course.

What can you expect at a diagnosis course?

This course will successfully correlate the SFMA to ART full body protocols. During instruction, participants will successfully learn how to diagnose and treat using tools from ART as well as the SFMA.

Who can take a diagnosis course?

In order to participate in an Active Release Technique Soft-Tissue Management training course, you must be a licensed health care professional with soft-tissue malpractice insurance. In other words, you must be licensed/certified to perform soft tissue treatment on patients/clients.

Providers taking the diagnosis course with SFMA must be full body certified.

Some areas of certifications include chiropractors, medical and osteopathic doctors, physical and occupational therapists and assistants, physiotherapists, massage therapists, certified athletic trainers, and students studying towards any of these certifications with proof of enrollment. Please call 888.396.2727 if you have a question in regards to certifications not listed.

Who needs these courses?

Courses are for practitioners who treat or manage soft-tissue injuries and conditions. Each participant should have an advanced understanding of anatomy.

There is immediate clinical application for chiropractors, physicians, osteopaths, massage therapists, physical and occupational therapists, and certified athletic trainers.

Course objectives stated in measurable and behavioral terms as correlated to Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Defines, describes and identifies key concepts and recalls procedures of ART protocols. (cognitive domain)

Applies the law of repetitive motion to ART protocols and treatments. (cognitive domain)

Analyzes and appraises patient need and treatment options through clear and concise diagnostic methodology. (cognitive domain)

Identifies acute conditions (pulls, tears, collisions, etc), accumulation of small tears (micro-trauma), and hypoxia within human soft tissue. (affective domain)

Performs protocols under the supervision of a qualified instructor in order to gain proficiency in Active Release Techniques. (affective domain)

Adheres to ethical standards when practicing Active Release Techniques. (affective domain)

Practices Active Release Techniques in an objective manner tied in to effective problem solving when assessing and treating patient needs. (affective domain)

Detects problems with muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments and nerves within the human anatomical system. (psychomotor domain)

Follows the protocols within the Active Release Techniques instructional manual and dvd, and performs them successfully. (psychomotor domain)

Manipulates sections of the human anatomy in order to foster a therapeutic response. (psychomotor domain)

Varies treatments appropriate to location. (Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity, Spine) (psychomotor domain)

Combines past training with Active Release Techniques to formulate an integrated approach to therapy. (psychomotor domain)

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