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In this course, we teach you comprehensive exercise and restorative training for the knees. We take an in-depth look at anatomy and biomechanics, compensations, contraindications, assessments, pathology, and structural deviations and we teach you how to successfully design a knee stability program that will meet your client’s specific needs.


This course will provide you, the professional, with a step-by-step program to help your clients achieve strong, functional, and mobile knees no matter their current knee state. You will learn:

  • the factors that play a role in effective knee stability.
  • ​the functional Anatomy and biomechanics of the knee.
  • the relationship between hip and knee stability
  • ​understanding the structure of knock-knees and bowlegs and the training needed
  • lower limb alignment in various exercises
  • ​how pelvic tilts affect effective knee training
  • uncomfortable knee training
  • ​the brand-new knee mobility program.
  • a look at knee pathology and how this changes your approach to training.
  • ​the Extroverted TFL and the Introverted Gluteus Medius and looking at EMG results and how this affects knee stability.
  • knee hyperextension compensations and effective training
  • ​effective VMO training
  • the relationship of the quadriceps versus the hamstrings in training
  • ​developing the client’s mind-body connection through functional knee education
  • common knee injuries
  • the exercise program to create functional knee strength and knee stability.
  • ​creating 3 knee programs for 3 different case studies.
  • ​important factors to remember in each session when training knees.
  • ​the conclusion of this effective program on the individual and how this will affect their rehabilitation and functional movement.
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