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2011년 하반기 The Janda Approach 교육 안내
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 가. 일    시 : 2011년 11월 05일, 06일
                  (토) 09:00 - 18:00, (일) 08:30 - 16:30 (총14시간)
 나. 장    소 : 고려대학교 보건과학대학 (정릉:지하철 4호선 길음역 3번)
 다. 강    사 : Phil Page, PhD, PT, ATC, CSCS, FACSM
 라. 내    용 : Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalance:
                  The Janda Approach
 마. 교육인원 : 30명 (11월1일까지 선착순 마감)
 바. 교 육 비 : 25만원

    * 인원 파악을 위하여 사전접수 바람
    * 온 라 인: 국민은행 001-01-2272-198 (최필수)
    * 접수방법 : 온라인 입금 후 - 학회 홈피 강좌 신청란에 꼭 기입바랍니다.
    * 연 락 처 : 인제대 일산백병원 학회사무실 (031-911-0201)

첨  부 : 교육안내 1부.끝.

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Course Description

This hands-on course introduces the teachings of the late Professor Vladimir Janda MD.  Janda was a pioneer in muscle imbalances and chronic musculoskeletal pain. He identified specific clinical “crossed syndromes” of muscular imbalance, focusing more on global function than isolated structures. This workshop will describe the scientific basis for Janda’s approach, as well as a systematic evaluation and treatment of functional pathology. An evidence-based approach to the conservative management of will be presented for upper and lower quarter muscle imbalance syndromes.

Course Outline

Day 1
Introduction to Muscle Imbalance
•Muscle Imbalance Paradigms
•Sensorimotor System
•Chain Reactions
•Muscle Imbalance Syndromes

Functional Assessment
•Gait & Balance
•Movement Patterns
•Muscle Length
•Trigger points

Day 2
Intervention Techniques
•Peripheral Normalization
•Muscle Re-Balancing
•Sensorimotor Training
•Functional Training

Management of Muscle Imbalance Syndromes
•Upper Crossed Syndrome
•Lower Crossed Syndrome

Course Objectives

Following completion of this course, participants will learn:
1.The role of the sensorimotor system, chain reactions, and muscle balance in chronic pain syndromes
2.Functional assessment for chronic pain, including posture, gait, and movement patterns
3.Specific intervention techniques for chronic pain syndromes

Course Schedule (14 hours)

Day 1
0900-1100 Introduction Lecture
1100-1115 Break
1115-1230 Functional Assessment Lecture
1230-1330 Lunch
1330-1530 Functional Assessment Lab
1530-1545 Break
1545-1800 Functional Assessment Lab

Day 2
0830-1030 Intervention Techniques Lecture
1030-1045 Break
1045-1230 Intervention Techniques Lab
1230-1330 Lunch
1330-1630 Intervention Techniques Lab

Course Details

• Participants must be licensed healthcare providers; course content is not intended for use outside the scope of practice of the participant’s license or registration
• Attendees must wear loose, comfortable clothing that can be removed for access during assessment
• All attendees assume the risk of participating in the workshop, including discussion of personal medical issues and possible injury from participating in the exercises
• Videotaping is not allowed during the lectures, but is allowed during the lab portion


Phil Page, PhD, PT, ATC, CSCS, FACSM

Phil Page is a licensed physical therapist, athletic trainer, and certified strength & conditioning specialist. He graduated from LSU in physical therapy and received his master’s degree in exercise physiology from Mississippi State University, as well as a doctorate in Kinesiology from LSU. Phil was recently awarded Fellowship in the American College of Sports Medicine. He has been involved in rehabilitation and sports medicine for over 25 years. Since 1998, Phil has been the director of clinical education and research for Thera-Band & Biofreeze products. His clinical and research interests include the role of muscle imbalance in musculoskeletal pain. He recently was awarded the Lifetime Excellence in Education Award from the Sports Physical Therapy Section of the APTA. Phil is a member of several national advisory boards and regularly reviews grants and journal article submissions. Phil lectures extensively and provides workshops on a variety of topics around the world, including the Janda Approach to Muscle Imbalance. He has presented over 170 international lectures and workshops on exercise and rehabilitation topics, and has over 100 publications including 3 books including Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalance: The Janda Approach. Phil is an Instructor of Kinesiology at LSU and a Clinical Instructor in Orthopedics at Tulane University Medical School. He has worked with the athletic programs at LSU, Tulane, the New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks, as well as the United States Olympic Track and Field Trials. He lives with his wife and 4 children in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Selected Bibliography

Page P, Frank C, Lardner R. Assessment and treatment of muscle imbalance: The Janda Approach.  2010. Human Kinetics: Champaign, IL.

Bullock-Saxton J, Janda V, Bullock M. 1993. Reflex activation of gluteal muscles in walking with balance shoes: an approach to restoration of function for chronic low back pain patients. Spine. 18(6):704-708.

Janda V. 1987. Muscles and motor control in low back pain: Assessment and management. In Twomey LT (Ed.) Physical therapy of the low back. Churchill Livingstone: New York. Pp. 253-278.

Janda, V. 1988. Muscles and Cervicogenic Pain Syndromes. In Physical Therapy of the Cervical and Thoracic Spine, ed. R. Grand. New York: Churchill Livingstone.

Pavlu D, Novosadova K. 2001. [Contribution to the objectivization of the method of sensorimotor training stimulation according to Janda and Vavrova with regard to evidence-based-practice.] Rehabil Phys Med. 8(4):178-181.

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