MODULE 1| INTRODUCTION: REGENERATIVE REHABILITATION PRINCIPLES 

  • History and Epidemiology 

  • Functional Biomechanics 

  • Criterion based rehab progression 

  • Healing times specific to biologic used and targeted tissue 

  • Patient activity and rest 

  • The Role of Nutrition in maximizing results of biologic interventions 

MODULE 2 | OVERVIEW OF REGENERATIVE MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 

  • Biomolecular pathways of biologic interventions including platelet rich plasma and autologous mesenchymal stem cells 

Regenerative Rehabilitation for Specific Diagnoses and Regenerative Interventions: 

Break out sessions will be incorporated for each joint to demonstrate and review specific exercises and techniques. (Modules 3-8) 

MODULE 3  |  THE KNEE 

  • Compartmental Osteoarthritis 

  • Acute and Degenerative Meniscal Tear 

  • ACL and Collateral Ligament Tear 

MODULES 4 & 5 | THE LUMBAR SPINE AND THE CERVICAL SPINE 

  • Disc Degeneration 

  • Annular Tears 

  • Facet Degeneration 

  • Central stenosis 

  • Spondylolisthesis 

MODULE 6  |  THE THORACIC SPINE 

  • Disc Degeneration 

  • Annular Tears 

  • Facet Degeneration 

MODULE 7  |  THE SHOULDER 

  • Sub Acromial Osteoarthritis 

  • Acromio-clavicular OA 

  • Rotator Cuff Tendinosis and Tear 

  • Biceps Tendon Tendinosis and Tear 

MODULE 8  |  THE HIP 

  • Osteoarthritis 

  • Acute and Degenerative Labral tear 

MODULE 9  |  DATA COLLECTION 

  • Outcome Measures 

  • Photo and Video Collection 

MODULE 10 | INCORPORATING A REGENERATIVE REHAB BUSINESS INTO YOUR CLINICAL PRACTICE 

  • Billing and Fee Structure 

 

APPENDIXES A - E 

  • Exercise sheets for your patients. 

 

REFERENCES 

  • Review of literature and clinical studies in Regenerative Medicine and Rehabilitation.