WEBINAR | Bionic Clients: One, Two or Four Joint Replacements

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This webinar was live broadcast on October 30, 2018. You are purchasing a recording. You have 30 days from purchase date to download webinar.

Presented by Dan Ritchie, PhD, Co-Founder and President of the Functional Aging Institute

How do we train clients safely, effectively and intensely with joint replacements? With our ever exploding aging population, clients with joint replacements are becoming commonplace.

There is no need to fear working with clients with joint replacements, but having a few unique tips and tactics will help, especially when dealing with clients with hip and knee replacements.


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ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Dan Ritchie, PhD is an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, a FallProof Balance and Mobility Enhancement Specialist and an Enhance Fitness Master Trainer. He has a broad background in the fitness industry including training and management in commercial, university and hospital based fitness centers. He is currently owner and manager of Miracles Fitness, a successful small group and personal training facility specializing in mature adults. His primary area of expertise is functional assessment and exercise for older clients. Additional areas include training for special populations (Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, Fibromyalgia, etc.), pregnancy and athletes. He has worked with Division I athletes including some that have been drafted to their professional sport. Dan regularly presents at national and regional conferences including DCAC, ICAA, Athletic Business, ACSM, National Council on Aging and others.

Dan Ritchie, has a broad background in the fitness industry including training and management in commercial and university/hospital-based fitness, for-profit, notfor-profit and educational facilities. His primary areas of expertise are in personal training for special populations: athletes, pregnancy, blind, stroke recovery, Parkinsons, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, Fibromyalgia, Alzheimers, etc.

He has worked with Division I athletes some of whom have been professionally drafted. He has also worked on state funded research on exercise for severe dementia alzheimers type. He regularly presents at national and regional conferences and has been active on committees for the American College of Sports Medicine.

Learn more about the Functional Aging Institute, functionalaginginstitute.com


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