Physical IQ National Workshop Series 2017: JMA Series

The following lessons are associated with the Joint Movement Architecture Series, which is being held in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and Port Elizabeth in 2017.

The first lesson, the Knee, is information from the series launch at the VA Live conference. This lesson has no MCQ quiz attached, as is purely for further information.

The next 4 lessons are associated with the live workshops held around the country, and involve information, followed by a short MCQ quiz.

Please click on each lesson to access the information, then click on the quiz at the bottom of the lesson page to access the quiz. Once you have completed the quiz, click submit. If you do not achieve the 80% pass mark for the quiz, you can then reset the quiz and try again.

Once you have passed the quiz, and uploaded the short video on the Physical IQ facebook feed, your points will be submitted to your Regional Product Manager for allocation.

Lessons

JMA Workshop 1: The Shoulder

Length: 120 minutesComplexity: Standard

SHOULDER ANATOMY GLENOHUMERAL (GH) JOINT TYPE: SYNOVIAL, BALL-AND-SCOCKET MOVEMENTS POSSIBLE: FLEXION, EXTENSION, ABDUCTION, ADDUCTION & CIRCUMDUCTION ARTICULATION: PROXIMAL HUMERAL HEAD WITH THE GLENOID FOSSA KEY MUSCLES: BICEPS BRACHII, TRICEPS BRACHII,…

JMA Workshop 2: The Ankle

Coming to the following regions: Cape Town: 24th August (Century City), 25th August (Tygervalley) Durban: 11th August (Gateway), 18th August (Hillcrest) ANKLE ANATOMY              …

JMA Workshop 3: The Hip

HIP ANATOMY The hip is a true ball-and-socket joint surrounded by powerful and well-balanced muscles, enabling a wide range of motion in several physical planes while also exhibiting remarkable stability.…

JMA Workshop 4: The Lumbar Vertabrae

LUMBAR SPINE ANATOMY “Lumbar” is derived from the Latin word “lumbus,” meaning lion, and the lumbar spine earns its name. It is built for both power and flexibility – lifting,…