Exercise Rehabilitation of the Knee
The knee is the most frequently injured joint in both daily activities and
sport. It is typically injured in one of two ways – by accident, or gradually
through years of wear and tear from overuse and strain. This course will
help the fitness and rehabilitation professional better understand the knee,
become familiar with common injuries of the knee, and learn exercises to
prevent and rehabilitate knee injuries.
What you will learn in this course:
• Review of the functional anatomy of the knee joint
• Common sites and causes of knee injuries
• Learn about knee injuries (Osteoarthritic knee, Knee replacement, Anterior
Cruciate Ligament tears, Patellofemoral syndrome), the contraindication of
exercise for each of them and the key components to an effective exercise
• Learn and practice an extensive list of exercises that prevent and rehabilitate
• Review the roles and boundaries of fitness and rehabilitation professionals in
the rehabilitation process
To register: email firstname.lastname@example.org or register online at www.HealingthroughMovement.com
Continuing Education Credits: 4.0 BCAK / 4.0 BCRPA / 4.0 CMTBC / CSEP 3 PDC
Profile of Instructor: Rick Kaselj, B.Sc. (Kinesiology), Cert. H&F, ACE, RK
Rick Kaselj specializes in active rehabilitation and fitness. He works in one-on-one and group rehabilitation
settings, training people who have been injured at work, in car accidents and during sport activities.
His clients and group exercise participants include a wide variety of individuals from healthy and special
Rick has combined his work experience and passion for research to develop a variety of courses and
presentations for fitness professionals, Kinesiologists and healthcare providers.
Rick balances his work life with fitness endeavors and travel. He has completed
endurance activities, such as the Manitoba Marathon, the 225-km Ironman Canada
Triathlon and the 160-km Sea2Summit Adventure Race in Whistler.
In 1997, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser
University. Rick currently works as a lecturer, Kinesiologist, personal trainer and
exercise rehabilitation specialist in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.