Training Courses for Professionals

 

1.0 ランニングによる怪我を防ぐ新しいトレンド

(17時間)

 

ランニングによる怪我を防ぐ新しいトレンド」セミナーはこれまで100回以上開催されており、開催場所は五大陸のすべてにわたっています。このセミナーは、数千人の医療従事者の方々のやり方を根底から覆してきました。最新の科学的エビデンスに基づいて構成されているこのセミナーは、根拠がないまま広く行われている数多くの実践を見直すきっかけとなっています。ランニング・クリニックの「認定」を受けるために、最初に受講するべきセミナーです。

 

 

 

1.1 Diagnosis and Treatment of Running Injuries: Practical Aspects

(7 hours)

 

This one-day practical course, complementary to “1.0 New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries,” features diagnostic tests and treatment modalities for running injuries. We’ll go over 30 different pathologies, hands-on practical skills based on available evidence, and plenty of new ideas to better guide your runner patients. (The 1.0 course is a prerequisite for 1.1.)

 

 

1.2 Therapeutic Exercises for Runners

(7 hours)

 

This one-day practical course, complementary to the course “1.0 New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries,” features evidence-based concepts regarding tissue loading for runners including strengthening, proprioception and lower limb control. We’ll go over more than 100 therapeutic exercises based on research, a lot of practical skills and plenty of new ideas to better guide your runner patients. (The 1.0 course is a prerequisite for 1.2.)

 

 

1.4 All About Footwear

(10 hours, online course)

 

This online course features best practices relative to the recommendation and use of sports footwear. A theoretical online module is complemented with videos, scientific references, clinical tools, clinical cases and one Skype conversation with Blaise Dubois, PT and expert on the topic. This is highly recommended to anyone interested in the scientific evidence about running footwear. There are no prerequisites and it is a self-directed course. (NB: Registrants have to complete an online exam at the end of the course.

 

 

1.6 Introduction to scientific research applied to clinical practice

(15 hours, online course)

 

Are you interested in sports medicine research? Do you read scientific articles and would you like to take your analysis to the next level? The Running Clinic has created this online training course for you! Through various modules, Jean-Francois Esculier (physiotherapist, PhD, Director of Research and Development at The Running Clinic) will introduce key concepts that will help you integrate evidence-based data into your clinical practice. There are no prerequisites for this course. Both beginners and seasoned professionals will acquire tools to guide their patients toward the most effective treatments and get the best clinical results based on applied research! No useless jargon, only concepts that are accessible and useful, explained by a clinician-scientist. Don't miss out on this opportunity! 

 

 

1.8 Sports nutrition and micro-nutrition in endurance sports

(7 hours) 

 

Among others, this course will help you integrate sports nutrition and micro-nutrition into your practice, both in terms of performance management and health prevention for all athletes, during training and competition. Topics related to prevention and assistance for major functional disorders met in endurance sports will also be addressed. You will also learn more on the creation of protocols related to nutrition and micro-nutrition, specific to the main disciplines of endurance sports, in addition to developing the ability to adapt these programs at the training and competition level. This course is led by a sports nutritionist.

 

 

 

2.0 Expert in Running

(40 hours)

 

The 2.0 Expert in Running Course is the most advanced training course currently available in health care related to the field of running. This course is designed for experienced professionals who have treated several running injuries and who aspire to become specialists in this field. Developed by academic experts, Expert 2.0 is intended to optimize the quality of care offered and expand your practice! (The 1.0 course is a prerequisite for 2.0)

 

 

 

 

 

Lectures for Healthcare Professionals

 

The Secret in the Treatment of Musculoskeletal Injuries

(45 minutes to 3 hours)

 

Analyzed from a clinical and scientific standpoint, this lecture addresses several paradoxes of modern musculoskeletal medicine and features the most important tool to use in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries: load management. Through concrete examples supported by evidence-based data, health professionals are led to reconsider and update certain aspects of their clinical practice.

 

 

Running Shoes: Science, Controversies and Practical Aspects

(45 minutes to 3 hours)

 

Based on our internationally recognized course “New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries”, this lecture revisits several topics such as scientific evidence, controversies, market trends and practical aspects such as shoe prescription. Other topics such as the influence of shoes on running biomechanics are also briefly discussed.

 

 

 

Performing Without Getting Injured (For kinesiologists, coaches, physical educators)

(45 minutes to 3 hours)

 

This course has brought about major changes in the practice of countless coaching professionals, physical educators and kinesiologists. Developed using the most recent scientific evidence, this course questions several current unjustified practices. We’ll cover training planning, biomechanics, orthoses and shoes, as well as several tips on how to prevent injuries... and run faster!

 

 

Injury Prevention Among Developing Children

(45 minutes to 3 hours)

 

This specialized course intended for physical educators features new scientific evidence and new trends in the prevention of injuries among primary school age children. Theoretical presentation and hands-on practice on everything related to physical activity in children: flexibility, strengthening, load management, shoes, orthoses, training principles, warm-ups and much more.

 

 

Osteoarthritis in Sports

(45 minutes to 3 hours)

 

“If you run for several years on a regular basis, you are bound to develop osteoarthritis of the knee.” These words of caution are often given by various health professionals. However, is there actual scientific evidence to support this recommendation? This lecture, which was developed especially for physicians and other health professionals, examines the most recent studies related to the short-term and long-term effects of running on joints of the lower limb. Clinical tips on the prevention and treatment of osteoarthritis in runners are also presented. If running scares you, expect a paradigm shift!

 

 

 

Public Lectures

 

 

(1) Run Faster and Injury Free

(1 to 2 hours)

 

Delivered in 15 different countries, this lecture has changed the way thousands of runners approach running. Using the most recent scientific evidence, several current unjustified practices are questioned. Training planning, biomechanics, flexibility, orthotics and shoes: this lecture provides professional advice as well as several tips on how to prevent injuries... and run faster!

 

 

(2) Myths and Realities About Running

(1 to 2 hours)

 

This lecture debunks false beliefs and popular myths that people still think are true today concerning running, using modern scientific evidence. Rigorous, filled with new concepts and presented with great humor, this powerful lecture might surprise you! Topics we’ll discuss include anti-inflammatory drugs, compression socks, hydration, stretching, and more!

 

 

(3) Improve your Running Performance

(1 to 2 hours)

 

This 2-hour lecture combines the expertise of 2 specialists who will provide you with practical tips to help you push your limits. Guy Thibault, PhD in Exercise Physiology and specialist in endurance sports, combines his knowledge with Blaise Dubois, expert in running biomechanics. Interval training, running economy, physiological limits, VO2 max, shoes, biomechanics and tapering will be discussed. Caution: You may end up cutting down your personal best times!

 

 

(4) Tips for Trail Runners

(1 to 2 hours)

 

Recommendations concerning injury prevention and performance in trail and ultra-trail running are unique and distinct from what is prescribed to road runners. Minimalist and maximalist shoes, foot contact, increased training volume and intense preparation weekends are some of the subjects covered during this lecture. Supported by the latest scientific evidence, the topics explored are backed by available research.