Whether our patients are athletes or not, exercise is an important component in their recovery from a particular injury. When providing individuals instructions on an exercise, many clinicians do not think of the best possible ways to facilitate the desired movements with the least amount of energy or stress to the body. Understanding internal and external cueing can assist the clinician in getting the patient to move and exercise more efficiently. As the amount of evidence on cueing increases, it is important for clinicians to utilize appropriate dialogue with patient instruction. This course will provide participants information on the effects of attentional focus on skill acquisition and execution, the types of cueing, and when to use them.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
1. Understand the difference between internal vs. external cueing
2. Distinguish the phases of learning and when to incorporate cueing
3. Differentiate between the importance of both visual and auditory feedback
4. Implement appropriate cueing into treatment plans and performance training
A graduate of Baylor University, Adeeb Khalfe was part of the second Doctor of Physical Therapy class from Angelo State University in 2013. After graduation, Adeeb successfully completed the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency program in August of 2014. In addition to serving as faculty of the residency programs and teaching the upper extremity module of the curriculum, Adeeb is completing fellowship training with The Institute for Athlete Regeneration and plans to sit for the Orthopedic Certified Specialization exam in March of 2016. Adeeb has been invited to speak at multiple state conferences and also serves as the Public Relations chair for the TPTA’s southeastern district. Having worked with many higher level athletes, Adeeb is enthusiastic about manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and sports performance and strives to be a leading expert in movement science. Adeeb is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Texas Physical Therapy Association, and National Strength and Conditioning Association. In his free time, Adeeb enjoys exercising, participating in community service, and attending Baylor and Houston sporting events.
Andrew Kenas, originally from Philadelphia, received his B.S. in Kinesiology from Arizona State University in 2009 and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University in 2014. He has completed an orthopedic residency from the Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency. He has recently sat for the Orthopedic Certified Specialist examination and plans to sit for next year’s Sports Certified Specialist examination. In addition, he is currently pursuing FAAOMPT fellowship credentials through the Institute for Athlete Regeneration. Andrew also holds certifications as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Kinesio Tape Practitioner (CKTP), and Sports Nutritionist (CISSN).
Complimentary - PT/PTA Members
$10.00 - PT/PTA Non-Members
Complimentary - Students
5:30-6:00 pm: Social reception (food provided)
6:00-6:45 pm: Business meeting
6:45-7:45 pm: Guest speaker & CCU course (1 CCU)
This course is approved for 1.0 CCUs.