Matwork & small equipment Athens

PRESENTATION

Clinical Pilates Fisios® Basic ’20 – ΑΘΗΝΑΣ

The method Pilates Fisios®

Pilates Fisios® is a rehabilitation method that integrates the original principles of Pilates with the most recent medical and scientific knowledge. Pilates Fisios stems from the need to encode a rehabilitation method based on the insights of Pilates but which also meets the criteria of modern research in medical science and that differs from other approaches more general of “fitness” or “well-being “. Developed by the physiotherapist Silvia Raneri, Pilates Fisios® aims to return the patient to the best functionality motor can be whatever his pathology (orthopedic or neurological), considering both physical and mental and psychological implications, and to make the patient independent in managing their own limitations and their potential mobility in everyday life. Pilates Fisios® places the patient at the center of the therapeutic process. This approach, called “metacognitive”, tends to develop in the patient’s awareness of what he is doing, why he does it, when it is appropriate to do so and under what conditions; It tends to form the ability to be “direct managers “of their ability , modifying them actively with its evaluations and functional indications. Thus, through awareness and direct management of their motor skills, the patient can recognize, reduce or eliminate compensatory behaviors he developed and replace them with more functional behaviors.

This method offers a comprehensive view of the patient and his uniqueness, not only focusing on segmental rehabilitation or on relations between the muscles but explores the connections that exist between the various parts of the body and the way in which each person develops strategies that result at a target. The exercises and movement become “therapeutic tools” useful first to “evaluate” the patient and then to “rehabilitate”. That is why Pilates Fisios® not based on standard protocols to be applied depending on the pathologies, but it teaches and promotes the ability of the physical therapist to develop a critical reasoning goal-oriented rehabilitation treatment. This also enables its integration with other rehabilitation methods without altering the basic principles.Pilates Fisios® can be practiced by anyone of any age as a rehabilitation treatment and as maintenance treatment to decrease the risk of recurrence.

The Fundamental Principles
Pilates Fisios® is based on six principles:
1) Core stability and motor functionality. Core is all of the lumbar spine, the pelvic girdle and the specific muscles that contribute to the maintenance of stability. Its stability is obtained through the synergy of the abdominal region with lumbar support and ensures the whole body, minimal energy consumption and reduced incidence of back pain.
2) Conscious breathing. A smooth and full breathing is part of each exercise which becomes one with the movement, accompanies, supports and helps to stabilize the center of gravity… “mainly learn to breathe correctly..” Pilates wrote. In addition, a good breathing oxygenates the blood and improves circulation.
3) Accuracy and Alignment. A correct postural alignment during movement predetermines increased efficiency of the movement itself and corrects imbalances.
4) Concentration. It requires the ability to focus on all parts of the own body to control its position during the movement. It feeds the inner dialogue with his own body (proprioceptive sensations) and helps improve performance through the perception of every detail.
5) Motor control with metacognitive approach. A good control of your body protects it from trauma and injury. The control should be practiced and developed gradually; first performing simple exercises in which you are able to maintain a proper postural alignment and a good stabilization, and subsequently expanding the range movements most challenging. Accelerating the acquisition phase of motor control would only use compensation and prepare to trauma and pain.
6) Fluidity and Coordination. They produce the feeling of ease’ and lightness while performing the movement and when they are fully incorporated.

What cures
Indicated as rehabilitation treatment in cases of: – changes in posture and scoliosis, sciatica, low back pain, herniated disc and other spinal disorders – Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, hemiplegia, sequelae of head trauma, paraplegia.. – fibromyalgia, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, periarthritis – after cancer surgery, cardiac or respiratory failure – functional rehabilitation of hip, knee, shoulder etc.. Even after ligament reconstruction surgery, prosthesis – to improve control and continence of the pelvic floor in both men and women – during and after pregnancy to return to form – in geriatric medicine to compensate the lack of movement and improve the autonomy – in athletes (golf, tennis, surfing, horseback riding, cycling, football ..) to improve athletic performance, sports performance and reduce the risk of injury
Pilates Fisios® corrects the wrong positions, restores physical vitality, invigorates the mind and elevates the spirit. Following its fundamental principles and using the equipment and floor exercises, working on body and mind by coordinating the deep and superficial musculature with the center of the body. This technique changes the body positively and their own self-image, producing a positive impact in the performance of normal activities of daily life. The technique Pilates Fisios® is exactly that: a technique. It may initially seem impractical and difficult; it takes time to fully understand and requires commitment. But in return, and ‘you can enjoy its beneficial effects that significantly improves the quality’ of life.

The training courses Pilates Fisios® are addressed to physiotherapists and doctors, the workshops are also open to other health professional specialties. The courses Pilates Fisios® are accredited to the Commission ECM the Ministry of Health and include the achievement of ECM credits in line with the D.L. 30/12/92 n. 502 for continuing medical education. The ECM credits for physical therapists are required throughout the training program Pilates Fisios®. At the end of each course after having passed successfully the theoretical exam practical ECM is issued a Certificate of Training in Pilates method Fisios Silvia Raneri® with specification of the course attended (Universal Reformer or matwork etc ..) The comprehensive training involves studying the basic course and subsequent advanced courses. Advanced courses can be attended individually or together in the form “advanced course full”.

Basic Course
“The evolution of Pilates in relation to orthopedic and neurological rehabilitation: Pilates Fisios® matwork basic, intermediate, advanced and small tools”. The basic course is required for access to each of the advanced courses individually or advanced course full including all advanced courses. In the kit of the basic course are included small tools, educational materials and the book: “Pilates Fisios method Silvia Raneri – Matwork and small tools – Professional manual for physiotherapists” written by Dr. Physiotherapist Silvia Raneri and published by the publishing house Piccin Nuova Libraria.

You could find more details on web page: http://www.pilatesfisios.it/

TIME SCHEDULE

Time schedule

BASIC Course
Matwork Basic, Intermediate and Advanced and small equipment

Day 1
08.30 Registration of participants
09.00 Origin of the Pilates method
10.00 The Basic Principles of Pilates Fisios Silvia Raneri® method
Core stability and kinetic functionality:
Scientific studies and functional model: Panjabi’s model of spinal stability (function, dysfunction, neutral zone): Model integrated in Lee & Vleeming (form closure, force closure, motor control and emotional awareness). Local and general muscular system: local and general stabilizers and mobilizers, functional characteristics and mechanisms of stabilization of the core and of the general system, motor skills and their acquisition, training of core stability and functional mobility in Pilates Fisios Silvia Raneri® method
Conscious breathing: the breathing used, facilitating the stabilization and alignment of the vertebral column by breathing; how to train the awareness and the integration of breathing into the movements of Pilates Fisios Silvia Raneri® method
Accuracy and alignment: importance of integrating various parts of the body in order to achieve a postural correction during movement, Myofascial Meridians of Myers, how to train movement accuracy and alignment in Pilates Fisios Silvia Raneri® method
Kinetic Control with Conscious Approach: What is kinetic control with conscious approach by the Pilates Fisios Silvia Raneri® method and how is achieved, the role of the physiotherapist as an assistant
Concentration: use of concentration in Pilates Fisios Silvia Raneri® method, focus on proprioception and use of mental imaging
Flow and coordination: their use in Pilates Fisios Silvia Raneri® method: movement completion, appropriate muscle tone either during stabilization or during movement, the ability to sum up more stimuli in a complex kinetic pattern, the role of the rhythm in achieving motor skills
10.45 Coffee break
11.00 General benefits of the method and its indications in orthopedic and neurological rehabilitation
12.00 General objectives of the Method
13.00 Break
13.30 The static and dynamic assessment and implementation of a session – Structure of sessions (individual session / small groups)
14.30 Static evaluation – Practical demonstration. Practice between students with role-sharing
15.45 Coffee break
16.00 Dynamic evaluation – Practical demonstration. Practice between students and role exchange
19.00 End of day 1

Day 2
09.00 Pelvic floor exercises. Practical demonstration. Practice among students.
11.15 Coffee break
11.30 Basic Matwork:
Experience of movement: “I am in the body”
Experience of awareness and integration of the flexion
Progression of supine / sitting position (general goals, progression and final format, indications, contraindications and precautions) Practical demonstration of exercises. Understanding the correct execution, how the therapist’s techniques are being trained, how they are selected or modified to propose to patients according to individual needs or pathology. Practice between students and exchange of roles
Experience of movement: “I am in the body”
Experience of awareness and integration of the extension
Progression of proneposition (general goals, progression and final format, indications, contraindications and precautions) Practical demonstration of exercises. Understanding the correct execution, how the therapist’s techniques are being trained, how they are selected or modified to propose to patients according to individual needs or pathology. Practice between students and exchange of roles
Experience of movement: “I am in the body”
Experience of awareness and integration of stability in side lying position
Progression of side lying position (stability through flow)
(General goals, progression and final format, indications, contraindications and precautions) Practical demonstration of exercises. Understanding the correct execution, how the therapist’s techniques are being trained, how they are selected or modified to propose to patients according to individual needs or pathology. Practice between students and exchange of roles
13.00 Break
13.30 Basic Matwork (continued)
15.45 Coffee break
16.00 Basic Matwork (continued)
18.00 End of day 2

Day 3
09.00 Matwork intermediate:
Experience of movement: “I am in the body”
Experience of awareness and integration of the flexion anti-gravity
Progression intermediate level of supine / sitting position (general goals, progression and final format, indications, contraindications and precautions) Practical demonstration of exercises. Understanding the correct execution, how the therapist’s techniques are being trained, how they are selected or modified to propose to patients according to individual needs or pathology. Practice between students and exchange of roles
Experience of movement: “I am in the body”
Experience of awareness and integration of the direction of the power of the arms and legs
Progression intermediate level of proneposition (general goals, progression and final format, indications, contraindications and precautions) Practical demonstration of exercises. Understanding the correct execution, how the therapist’s techniques are being trained, how they are selected or modified to propose to patients according to individual needs or pathology. Practice between students and exchange of roles
Progression intermediate level of side lying position (general goals, progression and final format, indications, contraindications and precautions) Practical demonstration of exercises. Understanding the correct execution, how the therapist’s techniques are being trained, how they are selected or modified to propose to patients according to individual needs or pathology. Practice between students and exchange of roles
11.15 Coffee break
11.30 Matwork Intermediate (continued)
13.00 Break
13.30 Matwork Advanced:
Experience of movement: “I am in the body”
Experience of awareness and integration of the rotation anti-gravity
Progression advanced level of supine / sitting position (general goals, progression and final format, indications, contraindications and precautions) Practical demonstration of exercises. Understanding the correct execution, how the therapist’s techniques are being trained, how they are selected or modified to propose to patients according to individual needs or pathology. Practice between students and exchange of roles
Progression advanced level of prone position (general goals, progression and final format, indications, contraindications and precautions) Practical demonstration of exercises. Understanding the correct execution, how the therapist’s techniques are being trained, how they are selected or modified to propose to patients according to individual needs or pathology. Practice between students and exchange of roles
Progression advanced level of side lying position (general goals, progression and final format, indications, contraindications and precautions) Practical demonstration of exercises. Understanding the correct execution, how the therapist’s techniques are being trained, how they are selected or modified to propose to patients according to individual needs or pathology. Practice between students and exchange of roles
15.45 Coffee break
16.00 Matwork Advanced (continued)
19.00 End of day 3

Day 4
09.00 Exercises using small equipment: magic circle, soft ball, foam roller, elastic band. Practical demonstration of exercises. Explanation of the exercises and understanding the correct execution, how the therapist’s techniques are being trained, how they are selected or modified to propose to patients according to individual needs or pathology. Practice between students and exchange of roles
11.00 Coffee break
11.20 How we choose and do a group session using only the body and the small equipment. The interview of the evaluation, the starting position, the progression of exercises, how different levels and different pathologies are coordinated.
12.30 Therapeutic protocols for various pathologies using mat work and small equipment
13.30 Delivery certificate and withdrawal of credit.

INFORMATION

Language

Course language will be Italian with simultaneous translation to Greek.

Other information

COURSE VENUE:
Αίθουσα σεμιναρίων EPIMORFOSIS
Καραολή & Δημητρίου (πρ. Ελευθερίας) 105
183 45 – Μοσχάτο Τηλ.: 210 4829303

DURATION:

4 days
START DATE: 19/09/2020
CITY: Αθήνα

September, 19-20-21-22 2020

COURSE FEE:
500€
DOWN PAYMENT:
200€  ( until 14/02/2020 )
WAYS OF PAYMENT:

1. Credit or Deposit card payment
You can deposit the down payment or the total fee via credit or deposit card (Visa, Mastercard & American Express) from the webpage of each course, through VivaPayments.
You are solely responsible for the proper entry and the genuineness of your credit/deposit card’s details. EPIMORFOSIS bears no responsibility in case of any error.
Any payment commission is charged to  EPIMORFOSIS

2. Deposit – Transfer to our bank account.
You can deposit or transfer the requested amount for your registration to the following accounts, writing your full name in the field “Reason for the Beneficiary”:
PIRAEUS BANK:
ΙΒΑΝ: GR5501722380005238070348955
SWIFT(BIC): PIRBGRAA

NATIONAL BANK of GREECE:
IBAN: GR6801102170000021744103439
SWIFT(BIC): ETHNGRAA

ALPHA BANK :
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EUROBANK:
ΙΒΑΝ: GR4502600370000010201090153
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ENROLLMENT

Details

  • Maximum 26 participants
  • Training Hours: 32
  • The course is addressed exclusively to Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech Therapists and other Health Professionals depending on their specialty .
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