We have some cool stuff coming your way. We have added a one day crazy Musculoskeletal Anatomy Review. This course is awesome for RMTs, Registered Kins, and Personal Trainers. Having a solid command of the muscular anatomy is a game changer for anyone who is involved in rehabilitation, injury prevention, and sport performance. Don't let your lost knowledge of anatomical structures and function get in the way. With that being said, let me introduce you to Sanghoon Han, our course instructors.
Sanghoon Han has been teaching for over a decade within the field of anatomy and physiology, both at the college and university level. He completed his education at Queen’s University graduating with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology and a Masters of Science Degree in Anatomical Sciences. During his graduate studies, Sanghoon specialized in teaching pedagogy and curriculum design with an emphasis in human sciences. He has studied a variety of teaching standards and methods, and has participated in many educational workshops and conferences to further his understanding and development as an educator in the post-secondary environment. Through his training, he has developed the necessary skills to teach subjects pertaining to advanced clinical anatomical education including Anatomy, Physiology, Nutrition, Neurology, Embryology, and Pathology. He is proficient in teaching courses at the undergraduate, graduate, and college level, and is currently designing curricula and instructing multiple Massage Therapy Programs.
We have also made an addition to our Understanding Movement Series. This series evolved from a vision of creating increased knowledge for all therapists and practitioners who deal with human movement. We began this process with a course that takes a look at some of the Bomechanical Considerations that should be in the forefront of your mind when attempting to understand injuries - mechanism of injury, predisposing and contributing factors, assessment, the planning and implementation treatment. We have now expanded this series to include Exercise Physiology, Exercise Physiology I: Energy Systems and Cardiorespiratory Response to Training. The purpose of this course is to introduce Registered Massage Therapists, Kinesiologists, and Personal Trainers to the biochemistry of the human body associated with exercise. The aim to assist the healthcare professional to obtain a clearer understanding of exercise or movement, a tool often prescribed or use as therapeutic intervention with patients.
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The ConEd Team