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Coaching in Clinical Subjects

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Hands-On Data Acquisition & Analysis

The science of how active touch becomes data, and how to get the best out of your practices.

Clinical Anatomy

The practical application of anatomical knowledge to diagnosis and treatment whilst exploring the human form for movement potential.

Clinical Biomechanics

Exploring all facets of body system, organ, tissue and cell biomechanics, with an emphasis on medical and clinical applications of the basic science aspects.

Clinical Nutriment

The science of nutrients serving to sustain it in its existence, promoting growth, replacing loss, and providing energy.  The premise of cell regeneration and renewal.

Hands-On Data Acquisition & Analysis (HODA-A)

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Unit 1: Inspirational Coaching Skills

Unit 2: Motivating Patients and Clients

Unit 3: Nutritional Groups & RDAs

Unit 4: Food Diaries, Data Collection and Food Labelling

Unit 5: Nutritional Goals & Weight Management

Unit 6: Psychology of Eating

Unit 7: Cellular Health & Testing

Unit 8: Metabolic Syndrome & World Health Statistics

Unit 1: Eating for Optimal Health

Unit 2: Digestive System & Bacteria

Unit 3: Energy Systems

Unit 4: Hydration & Alcohol

Unit 5: Sugar

Unit 6: Fibre

Unit 7: pH Testing; Acid & Alkaline

Unit 8: Essential Oils for Wellness

Unit 1: Falsifying Diets

Unit 2: Eating Disorders

Unit 3: Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Unit 4: Leaky Gut Syndrome

Unit 5: Food Intolerances

Unit 6: Tissue Salts

Unit 7: Immune System

Unit 8: Anthropometric Measures

Unit 1: Diabetes

Unit 2: Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)

Unit 3: Obesity

Unit 4: Gallbladder Disease

Unit 5: Liver Disease

Unit 6: Blood Testing

Unit 7: Blood Pressure

Unit 8: Endocrine System& Urine Testing

Unit 1: Children’s Health & Nutrition

Unit 2: Nutrition for Pregnancy

Unit 3: Prohibited Substances

Unit 4: Sports Nutrition

Unit 5: Corporate Health

Unit 6: Well Woman Health

Unit 7: Sleep Cycles & Circadian Rhythm

Unit 8: Supplementation (including CBD)

Clinical Anatomy Curriculum

Anatomy is the branch of science concerned with the bodily structure of humans, animals, and other living organisms, especially as revealed by dissection and the separation of parts.

Clinical Anatomy is the study of human anatomy as it relates to clinical practice. Instead of being designed to allow someone to acquire general anatomical knowledge, clinical anatomy focuses on specific structures and issues which people may encounter in a clinical setting.

We shall be exploring many historical aspects of our anatomy, from it’s origins of species to some of the greatest anatomical discoveries allowing us to develop our senses of what we see and feel on a day-to-day basis.

Your learning will be supported with the evidence based medicine research, critical analyses, and one of the greatest opportunities to learn within an anatomy lab dissecting the human form.

Upon signing up for your BodyMOT Coaching in Clinical Anatomy you will have access to Forums, Skypes, and Practical days with other professionals to discuss and debate your thoughts.

Unit 1: Lymphatic System.

Unit 2: Musculoskeletal System

Unit 3: Integumentary System

Unit 4: Respiratory System

Unit 5: Reproductive System

Unit 6: Digestive System

Unit 7: Urinary System

Unit 8: Deductive Reasoning

Unit 1: Circulatory System

Unit 2: Circulatory System

Unit 3: Nervous System

Unit 4: Nervous System

Unit 5: Nervous System

Unit 6: Immune System

Unit  7: Immune System

Unit 8: Endocrine System

Unit 1: Peak Flow

Unit 2: Adrenal Burnout

Unit 3: Piriformis Syndrome

Unit 4: Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome

Unit 5: Poor Posture

Unit 6: Impingement Syndrome

Unit 7: Plantar Fasciitis

Unit 8: Bursitis

Unit 1: Premature Ageing

Unit 2: Premature Ageing

Unit 3: Optimising Anatomy

Unit 4: Liver Disease

Unit 5: Joint Disease

Unit 6: Spinal Disease

Unit 7: Brain Disease

Unit 8: Hip Disease

10 Day Dissection Course

Clinical Biomechanics Curriculum

clinical biomechanics

The science of biomechanics helps explain the causes of cell, tissue, organ and body system disorders, and supports clinicians in the diagnosis, prognosis and evaluation of treatment methods and technologies.

Clinical Biomechanics aims to strengthen the links between laboratory and clinic by publishing cutting-edge biomechanics research which helps to explain the causes of injury and disease, and which provides evidence contributing to improved clinical management.

Clinical Biomechanics explores all facets of body system, organ, tissue and cell biomechanics, with an emphasis on medical and clinical applications of the basic science aspects. The role of basic science is therefore recognised in a medical or clinical context.

Your learning will be supported with the evidence based practice research, critical analyses, and latest pioneering research in to the application of clinical biomechanics (Jo Abbott’s Ph.D research).

Upon signing up for your BodyMOT Coaching in Clinical Biomechanics you will have access to Forums, Skypes, and Practical days with other professionals to discuss and debate your thoughts.

Unit 1: Biomechanics of Nutrition

Unit 2: Tissue Mechanics

Unit 3: Biomechanics of Movement

Unit 4: Static Joint & Muscle Testing

Unit 5: Active Joint & Muscle Testing

Unit 6: Passive Joint & Muscle Testing

Unit 7: Dynamic Joint & Muscle Testing

Unit 8: Relative Risk & Predictive Validity

Unit 1: Corrective Exercise Prescription

Unit 2: Injury Prevention Mechanisms

Unit 3: Lumbopelvic Hip Complex

Unit 4: Lumbopelvic Hip Complex

Unit 5: Translating Research in Injury Prevention Performance (TRIPP)

Unit 6: Optimal Gait

Unit 7: Optimal Gait

Unit 8: Optimal Gait

Unit 1: Posture

Unit 2: Posture

Unit 3: Dysfunctional Knee

Unit 4: Dysfunctional Foot

Unit 5: Dysfunctional Pelvis

Unit 6: Dysfunctional Shoulder

Unit 7: Pelvic Girdle Pain

Unit 8: Pubis Symphysis Dysfunction

Unit 1: MRI, X-Rays and Its

Unit 2: Spinal Medical Interventions

Unit 3: Shoulder Medical Interventions

Unit 4: Hip & Knee Medical Interventions

Unit 5: Ergonomics

Unit 6: Ergonomics

Unit 7: Biomechanics of Meditation

Unit 8: Reading Research

Unit 1: Postural Analysis

Unit 2: Movement Analysis

Unit 3: Movement Analysis

Unit 4: Biomechanics of Breathing

Unit 5: Biomechanics of Breathing

Unit 6: Prosthesis

Unit 7: Prosthesis

Unit 8: Prosthesis

Clinical Nutriment Curriculum

clinical nutrition

Nutrition is the science that interprets the interaction of nutrients and other substances in food in relation to maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease of an organism.

Clinical nutrition is the science of nutrients and how they are digested, absorbed, transported, metabolised, stored, and eliminated by the body.

Clinical Nutriment is the study that relates to the observation and treatment of actual patients rather than theoretical or laboratory studies with any substance or matter that, taken into a living organism, serves to sustain it in its existence, promoting growth, replacing loss, and providing energy.  The premise of cell regeneration and renewal.

Your learning will be supported with the evidence based practice research, critical analyses, and current clinical applications.

Upon signing up for your BodyMOT Coaching in Clinical Nutriment you will have access to Forums, Skypes, and Practical days with other professionals to discuss and debate your thoughts.

Unit 1: Inspirational Coaching Skills

Unit 2: Motivating Patients and Clients

Unit 3: Nutritional Groups & RDAs

Unit 4: Food Diaries, Data Collection and Food Labelling

Unit 5: Nutritional Goals & Weight Management

Unit 6: Psychology of Eating

Unit 7: Cellular Health & Testing

Unit 8: Metabolic Syndrome & World Health Statistics

Unit 1: Eating for Optimal Health

Unit 2: Digestive System & Bacteria

Unit 3: Energy Systems

Unit 4: Hydration & Alcohol

Unit 5: Sugar

Unit 6: Fibre

Unit 7: pH Testing; Acid & Alkaline

Unit 8: Essential Oils for Wellness

Unit 1: Falsifying Diets

Unit 2: Eating Disorders

Unit 3: Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Unit 4: Leaky Gut Syndrome

Unit 5: Food Intolerances

Unit 6: Tissue Salts

Unit 7: Immune System

Unit 8: Anthropometric Measures

Unit 1: Diabetes

Unit 2: Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)

Unit 3: Obesity

Unit 4: Gallbladder Disease

Unit 5: Liver Disease

Unit 6: Blood Testing

Unit 7: Blood Pressure

Unit 8: Endocrine System& Urine Testing

Unit 1: Children’s Health & Nutrition

Unit 2: Nutrition for Pregnancy

Unit 3: Prohibited Substances

Unit 4: Sports Nutrition

Unit 5: Corporate Health

Unit 6: Well Woman Health

Unit 7: Sleep Cycles & Circadian Rhythm

Unit 8: Supplementation (including CBD)

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