Webinar schedule for April & May is live!
Innovative content & effective methods

PRO WEBINAR SERIES
April & May schedule

Designed for sport orthopedic specialists
Massage therapists, sport specific coaches and athletes are welcome to join but expect technical content.

All webinars include mechanism of injury, signs & symptoms, assessment tools, functional anatomy & biomechanics
rehab protocol ; exercises & progression
and time for Q&A.

Once you register you will receive an email with link & code to join the sessions on zoom.
Eight innovative webinars, one free, and an exercise series!

Live from Chloë’s studio in Chamonix
Join from your location around the globe
Space is limited register early

THE EXERCISE SERIES Webinars
I’ll share my favorite exercises for rehab & prehab based on effectiveness and functionality. Time to increase your exercise repertoire!
90 minutes – 25 EUROS
Sign up for all four exercise webinars and get 10% off
Core & back – Sunday April 26th
Upper extremities: shoulders & upper back – Sunday May 3rd
Upper leg & hips – Sunday May 10th
Lower leg & feet – Saturday May 16th
International time zones
Europe 17h00 to 18h30 CET
North America 8am to 9:30 PST /  / 9am to 10:30 MST / 11am to 12:30 EST
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THE SCIENCE OF FATIGUE
Saturday April 25th, 2020 – 1 hour – FREE
Moving beyond perception ; mental & brain fitness
Fatigue is a complex issue, rarely noted beyond athlete complaints of feeling tired or when suffering an injury.
Exhaustion versus fatigue
Peripheral & central governor models of fatigue ; based on physiological reflexes and mental constructs.
Biopsychosocial model of fatigue and of fatigue in rehabilitation
How to influence variables for improved performance
April 25th – International time zones
Europe 17h00 to 18h00 CET
North America 8am to 9am PST /  / 9am to 10am MST / 11am to 12pm EST
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ILIAC CREST & HIP PAIN in runners
Saturday May 2nd, 2020 – 90 minutes – 25 EUROS

A complex multidimensional pathology often misdiagnosed and can be extremely limiting for the athlete. I’ve had very high success with the following protocol. Understand the mechanism of injury is key for a quick and successful return to play.
Interaction between gluteus medius, hip flexors, TFL, core muscles, lower back, iliolumbar ligament, thoracolumbar fascia.
Referral pain

Complications ; chronic pain & loss of mobility
Can be healed fairly quickly ; it’s all in the mechanics and management techniques
Assessment tools & protocol
Mechanism of injury : weight bearing vs sitting
Dynamic rehab ; exercises & progression
May 2nd – International time zones
Europe 17h00 to 18h30 CET
North America 8am to 9:30 PST /  / 9am to 10h30 MST / 11am to 12:30 EST
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MUSCLE STRAIN INJURIES : TIME TO CONSIDER FASCIA
Saturday May 9th, 2020 – 90 minutes25 EUROS
Fascia tissue damage play a significant role in muscle strain injury, and the potential implications for clinicians treating these kinds of injuries in athletes.
The flaw in injury prevention
Role of the fascia tissue in assisting the muscle in handling loads
Injuries during excessive loading, particularly during eccentric muscle contractions.
Relation of the endomysium in the overall muscle architecture
Evidence of fascia involvement in muscle strain injuries
Treatment implication
Fascial lesions and return to sport
May 9th – International time zones
Europe 17h00 to 18h30 CET
North America 8am to 9:30 PST /  / 9am to 10:30 MST / 11am to 12:30 EST
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TRAIL RUNNING: HOW TO PERFORM WITHOUT GETTING INJURED
Saturday May 30th – 2 hours – 35 EUROS
On the foundation of Chloë’s new book (Glénat February 2020)
This webinar will give you skills & tools to understand the sport in all it’s angles
Outside magazine called it “The NEW Trail bible”
Mechanism of injuries ; overtraining ; pain versus fatigue
Mechanical stress factor
Preventative measures to perform: technique, cadence, propulsion, elastic energy, eccentric training for the trail.
Reaching a higher level of running fitness: managing volume, type of training sessions, the physiological change of the 40+ years old, and how to start trail running.
Key exercises: to prevent, strengthen and to perform
May 30th – International time zones
Europe 17h00 to 19h00 CET
North America 08h00 to 10h00 PST /  / 9h00 to 11h00 MST / 11h00 to 13h00 EST
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