Activating the Kinetic Chain: Proprioception, Balance & Symmetry


Discover how you can achieve balance & symmetry in the kinetic chain via proprioception. Learn from our tenured group of therapists, researchers, and clinicians and discover for yourself!

This recorded event has been accredited by the Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Foundation as an approved sponsor by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education. CME has been approved for up to 2 contact hours.

ABC Approved 2.0 CEUs, CPME Approved for 2.0 CME

February 24, 2022, 05:00 PM – 05:40 PM EST(-05:00)

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Roundtable: Further Discussion of Proprioception and Balance

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Stuart Gordon

ITEC Sports Therapist, Founder All About Balance (UK)

I am a Dip Phys. Ed., ITEC Sports Therapist, Anatomy Trains Fascial Release and Structural Bodyworker. Since starting my own practice as a Sports Therapist in 1992 I have treated a vast array of Muscular Skeletal problems in adults and children ranging from Olympic and World Champions, professional sportsmen and women, ballet dancers, equestrian competitors, professional singers and musicians and equally importantly numerous members of the general public suffering the aches and pains associated with work, life and play.
My awareness of the importance of foot biomechanics in balanced functional movement led me to study the assessment and fitting of orthotics. This understanding evolved and was complimented by my study of the innovative research in myofascial and viscera-fascial tissue function. I have lectured in Sports Therapy and Sports Massage at Farnborough College, Hants and have taught Advanced and Remedial massage techniques at various professional development courses.

Dr. Mark Cucuzzella

Professor West Virginia University School of Medicine WVU Center for Diabetes, Air Force Reserve Lt. Col.

Dr. Mark Cucuzzella is a Professor at West Virginia University School of Medicine. He is designing programs to promote healthier and better running in the military with the USAF Efficient Running Project. Mark has presented running workshops on over 50 military bases in the last 10 years and continues to teach through Healthy Running.
​A competitive runner for over 35 years -with more than 100 marathon and ultramarathon finishes - and continues to compete as a national-level Masters runner. He has won the Air Force Marathon twice. He is the race director of Freedom's Run race series in West Virginia and director of the Natural Running Center, an education portal designed to teach healthier running . Mark is also the owner of Two Rivers Treads - A Center for Natural Running and Walking in his hometown of Ranson, W.Va.

David Lemke

NMT, sEMG Tech, Author, Research Consultant, Certified Dartfish Video Coach, Owner of BioPerformance TX

David Lemke, NMT, sEMG Tech, became interested in core function as a patient with back pain. He began his own apprenticeship with a renowned Canadian bodyworker in 1985.
Ten years into his own practice, Mr. Lemke made a breakthrough using information from a kinesiological surface electromyography (sEMG) evaluation. Mr. Lemke’s sEMG assessments and motor point treatments are relied on by top performing athletes, and those recovering from orthopedic injuries & surgeries.
As a Certified Dartfish Video Coach, he uses slow motion video analysis of biomechanics in his clinic. Mr. Lemke has tested exercise equipment, devices, and new treatment procedures as well as trained hundreds of specialized neuromuscular massage and physical therapists.
Mr. Lemke was the primary consultant to Champions Sports Medicine (Spokane, WA) in the creation of their Biomechanics lab and consults regularly with researchers at Baylor University’s Human Motion Lab.