R-Phase

Rehabilitation
& Re-education

Better Movement.
Less Pain.
World-class Performance.

Fundamentals of applied functional pain and performance neurology that you will use in every client session for the rest of your career.

Brain-based assessments for laser-focused client programming.

Sensorimotor integration principles for high-speed pain and performance changes.

How to transition clients and your business from a biomechanical model to a brain-based model.

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Video 1.1
Introduction and R-Phase Philosophy
Goals of the Course
Course Roadmap
What Is Z-Health?
The 3 Jobs of the Nervous System
The Nervous System Is Orderly
Ascending & Descending Tracts of the Spinal Cord
Input Systems to the Nervous System
Every Input System Matters
Brain Anatomy – The Lobes, Cerebellum & Brainstem
Job #1 of the Brain – Survival
Survival Via Prediction
Outputs – Survival vs. Performance
Job #2 of the Brain – Movement
Video 1.2
The Z-Health 8 Levels Model
Frontal Lobe, Cerebellum & PMRF Introduction
Mobility Training Introduction
Motor Control Initial Assessments & Demonstrations
Z-Health Performance Principles
The ABCs of Movement
Daily Application of Z-Health
What Is Neural Plasticity?
SAID Principle
Minimal Effective Dose
Fuel & Activation
Understanding Activation
Video 1.3
3 Key Questions to Answer for Every Exercise
MED Concept – Sensory Testing/Range of Motion Examples
MED Concept – Motor Control Testing/Range of Motion Examples
MED Concept – Motor Control Movement Quality Example
MED Concept – Summary
Client Re-Assessment Strategies Practical Examples
Coach Re-Assessment Strategies
Z-Health Training Rules
Video 1.4
00:00 – The 3 R’s of R-Phase
04:25 – The Proprioceptive System Introduction
06:35 – Proprioceptive System Practical Testing
14:55 – Proprioceptive System – In-Depth Neuroanatomy
30:40 – Gate Control Theory of Pain
36:20 – Proprioception in the Brain – The Rules
39:10 – Sensory & Motor Homunculi
45:00 – The Goal of Proprioceptive Training
49:05 – Consequences of Blurry Brain Maps/Phantom Limb Pain
54:02 – The Fastest Route to Proprioceptive Enhancement
56:35 – Motor Control Training for Enhanced Proprioception – Practical Examples
Video 1.5
8 Levels Model Review
Motor Control Schematic
The Cortex Rules of Sensory Input, Voluntary Movement & Reflexive Stabilization
Jobs of the Cerebellum
Jobs of the PMRF
Video 1.6
R-Phase Assessments - Introduction
The One Goal of Every Assessment
R-Phase Assessments – Romberg’s
Gait Assessment Introduction
4 Common Neurologic Presentations in Gait – Lecture & Video Examples
Video 1.7
What to Do With Gait Assessment
Bobblehead Gait Solutions – Practical Training Examples
Loss of Arm Swing – Practical Training Examples
PMRF Gait Pattern – Practical Training Examples
Cerebellar Gait Pattern – Practical Training Examples
Video 1.8
The #1 Goal of Z-Health = Increased Efficiency
The 2 Types of Efficiency
 The 5 Elements of Efficiency – Practical Examples
The Enemies of Efficiency
The Startle Reflex

Video 2.1
Gait Part 2 – Biomechanical & Neurological Approaches
Movement Creates Structure
Wolff’s Law and Davis’ Law
Ground Forces Math
Motor Learning Basics
Back Force Transmission System
The Big X
The 8 Rules of Assessment
Video 2.2
The Big X and Sacroiliac Movement
SI Category 1 Gait – Lecture and Videos
SI Category 2 Gait – Lecture and Videos
SI Category 3 Gait – Lecture and Videos
SI Category 4 Gait – Lecture and Videos
How To Practice Gait Assessment – Demo
Video 2.3
Z-Health Pain Neurobiology
Re-conceptualizing Pain as a Threat Response
10 Key Concepts of the Threat Neuromatrix
Pain Neurotags – Brain Areas
Z-Health’s Threat Bucket
Video 2.4
The Training Speeds Introduction
Training Speeds Practical Exercise Demonstrations
Super Slow Training Demonstrations
Standard Speed Demonstrations
Coordinated Speed Demonstrations
Sports Speed Demonstrations
Video 2.5
Proprioceptive Reflexes – 3 Versions
The Arthrokinetic Reflex – Lecture
The Arthrokinetic Reflex – Demonstration
The Active vs. Passive Movements Problem
Shoes & Joint Mobility – Lecture
How Different Shoes Impact the Nervous System Demonstration
Video 2.6
Interlimb Neural Coupling – Lecture
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Shoulder/Hip
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Shoulder/Hip With Bands
How R-Phase Drills Allow Us To Target Opposing Joints
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Hip Extension
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Spine
Video 2.7
Oculomotor Reflexes Lecture
Oculomotor Reflexes Demonstration – Hip Extension
Practical Takeaways – Bilateral vs Unilateral
Oculomotor Reflexes Demonstration – Rotational Movements
Video 2.8
7-Step Assessment Protocol Lecture
Monday Morning Protocol
Building a Referral Network
Picking a Starting Point
Conclusion

Video 3.1
Gait Part 2 – Biomechanical & Neurological Approaches
Movement Creates Structure
Wolff’s Law and Davis’ Law
Ground Forces Math
Motor Learning Basics
Back Force Transmission System
The Big X
The 8 Rules of Assessment
Video 2.2
The Big X and Sacroiliac Movement
SI Category 1 Gait – Lecture and Videos
SI Category 2 Gait – Lecture and Videos
SI Category 3 Gait – Lecture and Videos
SI Category 4 Gait – Lecture and Videos
How To Practice Gait Assessment – Demo
Video 2.3
Z-Health Pain Neurobiology
Re-conceptualizing Pain as a Threat Response
10 Key Concepts of the Threat Neuromatrix
Pain Neurotags – Brain Areas
Z-Health’s Threat Bucket
Video 2.4
The Training Speeds Introduction
Training Speeds Practical Exercise Demonstrations
Super Slow Training Demonstrations
Standard Speed Demonstrations
Coordinated Speed Demonstrations
Sports Speed Demonstrations
Video 2.5
Proprioceptive Reflexes – 3 Versions
The Arthrokinetic Reflex – Lecture
The Arthrokinetic Reflex – Demonstration
The Active vs. Passive Movements Problem
Shoes & Joint Mobility – Lecture
How Different Shoes Impact the Nervous System Demonstration
Video 2.6
Interlimb Neural Coupling – Lecture
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Shoulder/Hip
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Shoulder/Hip With Bands
How R-Phase Drills Allow Us To Target Opposing Joints
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Hip Extension
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Spine
Video 2.7
Oculomotor Reflexes Lecture
Oculomotor Reflexes Demonstration – Hip Extension
Practical Takeaways – Bilateral vs Unilateral
Oculomotor Reflexes Demonstration – Rotational Movements
Video 2.8
7-Step Assessment Protocol Lecture
Monday Morning Protocol
Building a Referral Network
Picking a Starting Point
Conclusion

Video 1.1
Introduction and R-Phase Philosophy
Goals of the Course
Course Roadmap
What Is Z-Health?
The 3 Jobs of the Nervous System
The Nervous System Is Orderly
Ascending & Descending Tracts of the Spinal Cord
Input Systems to the Nervous System
Every Input System Matters
Brain Anatomy – The Lobes, Cerebellum & Brainstem
Job #1 of the Brain – Survival
Survival Via Prediction
Outputs – Survival vs. Performance
Job #2 of the Brain – Movement
Video 1.2
The Z-Health 8 Levels Model
Frontal Lobe, Cerebellum & PMRF Introduction
Mobility Training Introduction
Motor Control Initial Assessments & Demonstrations
Z-Health Performance Principles
The ABCs of Movement
Daily Application of Z-Health
What Is Neural Plasticity?
SAID Principle
Minimal Effective Dose
Fuel & Activation
Understanding Activation
Video 1.3
3 Key Questions to Answer for Every Exercise
MED Concept – Sensory Testing/Range of Motion Examples
MED Concept – Motor Control Testing/Range of Motion Examples
MED Concept – Motor Control Movement Quality Example
MED Concept – Summary
Client Re-Assessment Strategies Practical Examples
Coach Re-Assessment Strategies
Z-Health Training Rules
Video 1.4
00:00 – The 3 R’s of R-Phase
04:25 – The Proprioceptive System Introduction
06:35 – Proprioceptive System Practical Testing
14:55 – Proprioceptive System – In-Depth Neuroanatomy
30:40 – Gate Control Theory of Pain
36:20 – Proprioception in the Brain – The Rules
39:10 – Sensory & Motor Homunculi
45:00 – The Goal of Proprioceptive Training
49:05 – Consequences of Blurry Brain Maps/Phantom Limb Pain
54:02 – The Fastest Route to Proprioceptive Enhancement
56:35 – Motor Control Training for Enhanced Proprioception – Practical Examples
Video 1.5
8 Levels Model Review
Motor Control Schematic
The Cortex Rules of Sensory Input, Voluntary Movement & Reflexive Stabilization
Jobs of the Cerebellum
Jobs of the PMRF
Video 1.6
R-Phase Assessments - Introduction
The One Goal of Every Assessment
R-Phase Assessments – Romberg’s
Gait Assessment Introduction
4 Common Neurologic Presentations in Gait – Lecture & Video Examples
Video 1.7
What to Do With Gait Assessment
Bobblehead Gait Solutions – Practical Training Examples
Loss of Arm Swing – Practical Training Examples
PMRF Gait Pattern – Practical Training Examples
Cerebellar Gait Pattern – Practical Training Examples
Video 1.8
The #1 Goal of Z-Health = Increased Efficiency
The 2 Types of Efficiency
 The 5 Elements of Efficiency – Practical Examples
The Enemies of Efficiency
The Startle Reflex
Video 2.1
Gait Part 2 – Biomechanical & Neurological Approaches
Movement Creates Structure
Wolff’s Law and Davis’ Law
Ground Forces Math
Motor Learning Basics
Back Force Transmission System
The Big X
The 8 Rules of Assessment
Video 2.2
The Big X and Sacroiliac Movement
SI Category 1 Gait – Lecture and Videos
SI Category 2 Gait – Lecture and Videos
SI Category 3 Gait – Lecture and Videos
SI Category 4 Gait – Lecture and Videos
How To Practice Gait Assessment – Demo
Video 2.3
Z-Health Pain Neurobiology
Re-conceptualizing Pain as a Threat Response
10 Key Concepts of the Threat Neuromatrix
Pain Neurotags – Brain Areas
Z-Health’s Threat Bucket
Video 2.4
The Training Speeds Introduction
Training Speeds Practical Exercise Demonstrations
Super Slow Training Demonstrations
Standard Speed Demonstrations
Coordinated Speed Demonstrations
Sports Speed Demonstrations
Video 2.5
Proprioceptive Reflexes – 3 Versions
The Arthrokinetic Reflex – Lecture
The Arthrokinetic Reflex – Demonstration
The Active vs. Passive Movements Problem
Shoes & Joint Mobility – Lecture
How Different Shoes Impact the Nervous System Demonstration
Video 2.6
Interlimb Neural Coupling – Lecture
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Shoulder/Hip
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Shoulder/Hip With Bands
How R-Phase Drills Allow Us To Target Opposing Joints
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Hip Extension
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Spine
Video 2.7
Oculomotor Reflexes Lecture
Oculomotor Reflexes Demonstration – Hip Extension
Practical Takeaways – Bilateral vs Unilateral
Oculomotor Reflexes Demonstration – Rotational Movements
Video 2.8
7-Step Assessment Protocol Lecture
Monday Morning Protocol
Building a Referral Network
Picking a Starting Point
Conclusion
Video 3.1
Gait Part 2 – Biomechanical & Neurological Approaches
Movement Creates Structure
Wolff’s Law and Davis’ Law
Ground Forces Math
Motor Learning Basics
Back Force Transmission System
The Big X
The 8 Rules of Assessment
Video 2.2
The Big X and Sacroiliac Movement
SI Category 1 Gait – Lecture and Videos
SI Category 2 Gait – Lecture and Videos
SI Category 3 Gait – Lecture and Videos
SI Category 4 Gait – Lecture and Videos
How To Practice Gait Assessment – Demo
Video 2.3
Z-Health Pain Neurobiology
Re-conceptualizing Pain as a Threat Response
10 Key Concepts of the Threat Neuromatrix
Pain Neurotags – Brain Areas
Z-Health’s Threat Bucket
Video 2.4
The Training Speeds Introduction
Training Speeds Practical Exercise Demonstrations
Super Slow Training Demonstrations
Standard Speed Demonstrations
Coordinated Speed Demonstrations
Sports Speed Demonstrations
Video 2.5
Proprioceptive Reflexes – 3 Versions
The Arthrokinetic Reflex – Lecture
The Arthrokinetic Reflex – Demonstration
The Active vs. Passive Movements Problem
Shoes & Joint Mobility – Lecture
How Different Shoes Impact the Nervous System Demonstration
Video 2.6
Interlimb Neural Coupling – Lecture
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Shoulder/Hip
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Shoulder/Hip With Bands
How R-Phase Drills Allow Us To Target Opposing Joints
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Hip Extension
Opposing Joint/Opposing Movement Demonstrations – Spine
Video 2.7
Oculomotor Reflexes Lecture
Oculomotor Reflexes Demonstration – Hip Extension
Practical Takeaways – Bilateral vs Unilateral
Oculomotor Reflexes Demonstration – Rotational Movements
Video 2.8
7-Step Assessment Protocol Lecture
Monday Morning Protocol
Building a Referral Network
Picking a Starting Point
Conclusion

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