The Bad Ragaz Ring Method (BRRM) - Module I allasterapia- koulutus Suomessa.

The Bad Ragaz Ring Method (BRRM) - Module I allasterapia- koulutus Suomessa.

Aika: 21-23.2.2022, Järvenpään uimahalli (Seutulantie 17 04410 Järvenpää)

Hinta:495e (omakustanteinen kahvi ja lounas)

Kouluttajat: Urs Camper (Bad Ragaz menetelmän yksi kehittäjistä) Sveitsistä ja Ben Waller Suomesta,

koulutuskieli englanti. Hyvin käytännönläheinen koulutus allasterapiaan, päivittäin pääasiassa kaksi käytännön harjoitteluosiota vedessä. Mukaan mahtuu 16 hlöä. 

Ilmoittautuminen auki eventiossa.


Alla kouluttajan laatima lyhyt kuvaus menetelmästä.

The Bad Ragaz Ring Method (BRRM) is an international used active one-to-one aquatic therapy concept and is commonly considered a core treatment method in the aquatic physical therapists’ skills set.

Originally based on proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF), the BRRM was develop in by physiotherapists in Bad Ragaz Switzerland. The BRRM uses muscle activation, multi- plane movements and the hydrodynamic properties of water in combination with refined therapist handling to produce the desired therapeutic effect.

The 3D patterns are combined with different techniques such as reversal of antagonists, combinations of isotonic and timing for emphasis to create multiple treatment options to suit a wide range of patient groups.

Originally, the method focused on strengthening and mobilizing through promoting a response in the neuromuscular system through stimulation of the somatosensory system. Recently, the method has been adapted on current understanding of pain neuroscience to modulate pain as well as improve fascia health.

The method is suitable for use in management a wide range of populations including post orthopaedic surgery and injury as well as neurological and musculoskeletal conditions.

This 3-day course will teach the participant the following:

- Principles of PNF and the adaptation to the BRRM.

- Principles of exercise physiology and can used it in the BRRM

- The most important patterns of the method

- How to execute the most important patterns correct

- How to adapt the techniques to the problems of the patients.