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Exercise Rehabilitation Webinars

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Filed Under (Corrective Exercise, Exercise Rehabilitation, Fitness) by Rick Kaselj



Yesterday, I sent you an e-mail about needing your help.

With the creation of the Exercises for Injuries blog, I have started getting enquires from around the world about educational opportunities.  Most people are not able to attend my course in the Vancouver area but really would like to learn the content in them.  Those that contacted me have suggested that I start doing webinars so anyone from around the world can join in.  I want to hear from you, if you are interested in attending a webinar and what topics you would like to see.

Please leave a comment below answering these two questions:

Question 1: Are you interested in attending webinars?

Leave a comment below and let me know if you are interested in exercise rehabilitation webinars.  A “Yes or No” answer is fine but why you are or why you are not would be even better.

Question 2:  What webinar topics would you like to see?

I don’t know what you are interested in.  Here are some ideas that I though you might be interested in:

– Exercises to End Frequent Ankle Sprain

– Corrective Exercises to Running Injury-free

– Using Press Release to Get More Exercise Rehabilitation Clients

– Corrective Exercise for a Pain-free Back

– Exercises to Correct Poorly Firing Gluteus

– Scapular Stabilization Exercises

– Using Craigslist to Get More Exercise Rehabilitation Clients

$199 Prize if You Leave a Comment

Everyone that gives me their opinion will be put into a draw for a copy of the $199 The Truth About Osteoporosis & Exercise Program.

For more details on what is in the The Truth About Osteoporosis & Exercise Program:

Thank you for your help.

– Rick Kaselj, MS

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Rick,

YES – I am interested in webinars.

TOPICS – I am interested in scapular stabilization exercises and webinars that focus on exercises.

JJ

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

JJ,

Thanks for your feedback.

I have had a lot of e-mail questions about scapular stabilization.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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not interested but would like more ex on blog
pp

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

PP,

Thank you for the feedback.

Thanks for the feedback on what you are looking for on the blog.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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Hi Rick,

I am interested in the Webinars. Corrective exercises for running, and Osteoporsis.

Thanks,

EC

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

EC,

Thank you for leaving a comment.

I hear you about corrective exercise. There are not many good resources out there on the topic.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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Living in norther Manitoba doesn’t leave us a lot of opportunity to attend educational seminars…….so I am very interested in webinars!!!
Thanks

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Kim,

I remember when I lived in Penticton. It was tough to attend any courses in that area and the trek to courses in Vancouver were a costly venture.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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Yes interested in Webinars

Exercises for post surgical clients Meniscetomy, rotator cuff repair, also any other orthopeadic conditions. Interested in special pop’s as well hypertensive diabetic etc.

practical info on safety do’s and don’ts. most effective progressions and order of exercises what does Frequency Intensity Type Time (FITT principle) say for each condition.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Jake,

Thanks for leaving a comment on the blog.

Great feedback, thank you so much.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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Yes to webinairs! I would like to see something on fitness assessment (ie flexibity, strength, posture) and corrective exercises.
Thanks Rick.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Janice,

Thanks for your feedback.

I will jot down your ideas.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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Would definitely attend webinars. Would like more information on creating healthy spines – less stiffness, more flexibility & more strength for the spine.

Also, always looking for the latest & the greatest exercises especially for rehab.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Shellie,

Thank you so much for your feedback.

Great ideas.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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Rick,

Yes Please begin doing seminars.!!!

Any topics are good, the more education the better –

COUNT ME IN

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Tim,

Thanks.

Hope all is well in OK.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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YES to Webinars!

Living in Kelowna, I am frequently travelling to major cities for continuing education. Webinars would be a much more convenient way to keep up with industry knowledge.

Thanks,

Jen

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Jen,

I hear ya.

I use to live in Penticton and it was a trek to go to courses.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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Although I think it is a wonderful idea for those who cannot attend your courses in person, I don’t think it is something I would participate in. I’m a bit old fashion in that regard, I prefer the context of a more traditional classroom.
thank you

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Toni,

Thank you so much for commenting.

I am looking for any kind of feedback.

Thank you.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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Yes – I would like to see more webinars on assessment and corrective exercises (any body part).

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Melissa,

Thank you so much for commenting and giving me your feedback.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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Hi Rick, Yes I would be interested in webinars – I’ve done them before and I’ve found them a great resource tool for learning. I’m interested in any topic, and maybe even additional ones such as trigger point therapy. Thanks!

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Fiona,

Thank you so much.

Glad you have had a positive experience with webinars.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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Yes, I would definitely use the webinars as it is sometimes difficult to attend courses in class for me as I travel with the hockey team for most of the year.

I would like to see more information on athletes with different medical conditions such as: muscular dystrophy, diabetes complications, post stroke, chronic fatigue and fibromalgia and how it affects their exercise routine, needs and abilities.

Urszula

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Web seminar sounds good!

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

JS – Thank you so much for commenting!

Rick Kaselj of http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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Rick,

I would love to attend webinars on exercise rehabilitation and corrective exercise topics.

Let me know when they are.

HH

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

HH – Thanks for your feedback and ideas.

Rick Kaselj of http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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Yes, I would be interested in Webinars as I live in a somewhat remote community and it is expensive both in $$ and extra travel time necessary to attend most courses offered.

I would be interested in Webinars on back and shoulder issues.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Elaine,

Thank you so much for your feedback.

Rick Kaselj
http://www.ExercisesForInjuries.com
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I second Elaine’s comment…
Remote community, back pain seminar most interesting!
Thanks

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Hey Rick,

Thank you for always providing such amazing information. webinars would be awesome, as well as having option to purchase a video that goes through specific techniques.
As for courses
Trigger point release for aging population
Getting glutes to fire more effectively
Newest updates for osteoporosis
Progressions after spinal surgery and cleared for exercise

Thanks Rick
Tamara

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Yes I am interested in Webinars. I would like to see something about sprained ankle rehab and hip rehabilitation. Thanks

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I would like to see a webinar about the shoulder in relation to overhead throwing (ex., Baseball)

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Love your courses and looking forward to taking this one.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Thank you so much, Joanne!

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