Joints and Bones
by Kris Tynan

$ 49.00
$ 49.00
Joints and Bones - Scheme of Work                                                                           

The course is designed to give exercise professionals practical knowledge to allow them to work confidently with clients or class participants with the conditions of arthritis or osteoporosis.

                   

The course covers the symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment of the most common forms of arthritis. It includes the physiology of osteoporosis, risk factors, screening and treatment.

                   

It explains the importance of appropriate exercise interventions giving students practical programming examples and a clear understanding of what should and shouldn’t be included in an exercise programme for someone with arthritis or osteoporosis.

                   

Aims and Objectives

                   

To provide students with key background knowledge about arthritis and bone health (osteoporosis)

                   

To increase their understanding of risk factors and treatment for these conditions

                   

To provide information around safe and appropriate exercise options

                   

On completion of the course students will be able to prescribe and instruct safe and appropriate exercise in a 1-1 or group setting.

                   

Intended Learning Outcomes

                   

MODULE 1: Arthritis categories, causes, diagnosis, treatments and common medications. MLO To gain an overview of arthritis.
E Learning. Test. Time 13 mins

                   

MODULE 2: Common forms of arthritis: osteoarthritis, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic arthritis, reactive arthritis, polymyalgia rheumatica, lupus, Sjogren’s syndrome, scleroderma, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, fibromyalgia, CFS/ME.
MLO: To be familiar with the most common forms of arthritis.

                    

MODULE 3: Exercise for osteoarthritis in knees and hips.
MLO: To provide students with guidance on what programme prescription is appropriate. E learning. Videos. Test. Time 90 mins (includes webinar)

                   

MODULE 4: Prevalence, symptoms and risk factors of Osteoporosis.
MLO: To understand the physiology of osteoporosis, its symptoms and risk factors. E learning. Video. Test Time 16 mins

                   

MODULE 5: Screening and treatment of osteoporosis.
MLO: To understand screening processes and common treatments. E learning. Videos Test Time 44 mins

                   

MODULE 6: The role of exercise in osteoporosis.
MLO: To provide students with a tool box of appropriate and inappropriate exercises for people with osteoporosis or low bone density.
E learning. Video. Documents. Test Time 20 mins

                                   

    

Module 1: To gain an overview of arthritis.

Arthritis categories, causes, diagnosis, treatments and common medications.

Module 2: To be familiar with the most common forms of arthritis

Common forms of arthritis: osteoarthritis, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic arthritis, reactive arthritis, polymyalgia rheumatica, lupus, Sjogren’s syndrome, scleroderma, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, fibromyalgia,

Module 3: Exercise for osteoarthritis in knees and hips.

To provide students with guidance on what programme prescription is appropriate.

Module 4: Prevalence, symptoms and risk factors of Osteoporosis.

To understand the physiology of osteoporosis, its symptoms and risk factors. E learning.

Module 5: Screening and treatment of osteoporosis.

To understand screening processes and common treatments. E learning. Videos

Module 6: The role of exercise in osteoporosis.

To provide students with a tool box of appropriate and inappropriate exercises for people with osteoporosis or low bone density.

Exercises: Quad Stretch

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Course info

Updated
Jan 08, 2020
Duration
01:28
REPs NZ
3.00
REPs UAE
3.00
Level
All levels
Price

$ 49.00

Teacher

Kris Tynan

Kris Tynan

Kris Tynan has a Physical Education Diploma from the University of Otago (NZ). She holds the GP referral qualification from the UK and is certified with the Functional Ageing Institute (FAI) in the US, Cancer United (UK), Exercise for the Management of Cancer (Edith Cowan, Australia) and Tai Chi for Arthritis and Health. She is the author of the LOAFFA resource (Leading Older Adults in Functional Fitness Activity) and the Interactive Instructor Book which is used as a textbook for many organisations in New Zealand.
She is a frequent presenter at conferences in NZ and overseas and in 2012 was awarded the Exercise New Zealand award for outstanding contribution to the industry.

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