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We live in a world in which being fit, retaining your physical performance and staying as healthy as possible has become very trendy. The sports results we achieve are getting better, we are developing innovative physiotherapy methods, and we continuously learn how to exercise and how to regenerate our bodies. However, we still seek to find answers to questions regarding correct and safe training methods, how to adapt exercising plans to our personal abilities and, most importantly - how to prevent physical impairment and quickly regain full fitness after injuries. Are you a coach, a therapist, a masseur or an athlete? Are you passionate about sports and would like to learn more about taking good care of the overall mobility of your locomotor system? Join us at the IFM SUMMIT, expand your knowledge and find answers to the most acute questions.

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dr Kelly Starrett

dr Kelly Starrett

A coach, physical therapist and lecturer. Author of such bestsellers as “Becoming a Supple Leopard” or “Ready to Run”. ↓
A man who has revolutionized how athletes and coaches (as well as people who are not dealing with sports on a daily basis) think about the abilities of the human body in terms of movement and biomechanics, as well as about the potential of each and every one of us. Together with his wife, Juliet Starrett, they run the San Francisco-based CrossFit gym and operate the website visited by millions of athletes, coaches and sports amateurs from all over the world. He is willing to share his approach to movement, mechanics and mobility. Kelly organizes and hosts popular CrossFit Movement and Mobility training sessions. He cooperates with the army (including elite special force units), professional sports clubs from such American leagues as NHL, NBA, NFL or MLB, as well as with many leading American and international athletes practicing strength-intensive disciplines. He is a consultant for the American Olympic team, as well as numerous university teams. Kelly deeply believes that each human being should be able not only to move correctly, but also to diagnose and remedy the basic dysfunctions of their body.
dr Remigiusz Rzepka

dr Remigiusz Rzepka

Highly valued by numerous athletes, one of Poland’s best experts in objective physiotherapeutic assessment. ↓
Holds a degree in physical therapy from the Academy of Physical Education in Katowice, has completed Doctoral Studies at the Łódź Medical University (Arthroscopy, Minimally-Invasive Surgery, and Sports Traumatology Clinic, Chair of Orthopedics, Traumatology and Sports Rehabilitation). Co-founder and Head of one of Poland’s leading physical therapy establishments - the Fizjofit Physical Therapy Center. As an expert in the field of objective physiotherapeutic, functional and movement assessment of athletes, he worked with members of futsal, basketball, soccer, volleyball, handball, sports acrobatics and cycling national teams. Has been cooperating with the Polish national football team since 2011,, in the capacity of the coach in charge of the athletes’ physical fitness.
dr Ryszard Biernat

dr Ryszard Biernat

Physical therapist and biomechanic. Trains physical therapists applying his proprietary methods. Founder of the Biernat Sports and Rehabilitation Center in Olsztyn. ↓
Holds a degree from the Józef Piłsudski Physical Education Academy. Holds biomechanics lectures at the Józef Rusiecki School of Higher Education in Olsztyn. Between 1978 and 1984 Biernat worked as a physiotherapist for the Polish men’ s national handball team. He participated, inter alia, in the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow and in the 1982 World Championships in Dortmund. Between 1985 and 2004, he worked in the United Arab Emirates, among other things as a physiotherapist of the UAE men’s national football team. Biernat was responsible, in the years 2008- 2010, for the mobility performance and rehabilitation of the members of Indykpol AZS UWM Olsztyn volleyball team. He is a nationally renowned expert in rehabilitation of knee and shoulder joints, and is the author of numerous publications dealing with the “jumper’s knee”, “runner’s knee”, “swimmer’s shoulder”, as well as rehabilitation procedures after the reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament. He is the author of Poland’s first book devoted to the prevention of sports-related injuries, entitled “Prevention of volleyball-related injuries”. Biernat is the author of numerous scientific publications. Participated in and gave lectures at a range of orthopedic and physiotherapeutic conferences in Poland and abroad.
dr n. med. Tomasz Chomiuk

dr n. med. Tomasz Chomiuk

Physical therapist, founder of Mobilemed – a nationwide network of mobile physiotherapists. Graduate of the Warsaw Medical University and Warsaw Physical Education Academy. ↓
An expert in sports regeneration and ergonomics. A lecturer at the Warsaw Medical University. Chomiuk is a member of the Board of the Sports Cardiology Department of the Polish Cardiology Association. Was acting in the capacity of the physical therapist of the Polish Olympic Mission during the 12th Winter EYOF Vorarlberg & Liechtenstein 2015 and the 13th EYOF Tbilisi 2015. A practitioner with many years of experience under his belt, relying on well-founded specialist knowledge. In his scientific work, Chomiuk deals primarily with the impact of physical training on the parameters of the cardiovascular system. An author of numerous scientific publications concerned with the topic. Some of them were published in renowned magazines with the Impact Factor label. Chomiuk attended and lectured during many Polish and international conferences concerned with physical therapy and sports. In his daily physiotherapeutic practice, he relies on working methods involving orthopedic manual therapy, as well as Medical Functional Training. He is a promoter of physical activity, as an efficient method of preventing and treating numerous chronic diseases. Chomiuk is a widely recognized expert, as evidenced by numerous invitations to television shows and radio programs, as well as by comments made frequently in expert publications and lifestyle magazines.
Karl Gilligan

Karl Gilligan

Irish conditioning and strength training coach. Member of NSCA (National Strength & Conditioning Association), holder of the CSCS (Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist) certificate. ↓
Founder of KG Elite Performance - a company enjoying the position of a leader in offering professional Strength & Conditioning Certification Courses. Creator of one of the most popular courses enabling coaches to boost their movement conditioning knowledge - NCSC (National Certificate in Strength & Conditioning). Karl has worked with the Ireland U-19 Rugby Team, Leinster Rugby, Olympic athletes (2008), professional golfers, as well as football teams (County and Eircom League Premier Division). The first formally accredited member of the Irish Institute of Sport in strength and conditioning. Author of highly valued publications for the Irish Independent, Emerald Rugby, Run Ireland, Run Direct and Irish Golf Desk.
Artur Pacek

Artur Pacek

Artur Pacek - Co-founder of the Strength & Conditioning Education Center - SCEC and GETBETTER become a winner. ↓
Strength and conditioning coach for the ROSA Radom basketball team - runners up in the Polish Championship, participants of the basketball Champions’ League. He built his professional experience while working in the USA, at Attack Athletics in Chicago, where he cooperated with the legendary Tim Grover - a coach for Michel Jordan, Koby Bryant or Dwayne Wade. Pacek participated in the 2012 Olympic Games in London. He was the first Polish strength and conditioning coach at the NBA Draft Combine. Coached athletes from the NBA, Euroleague, NCAA, as well as men’s and women’s national teams.
Agata Korzemiacka

Agata Korzemiacka

A volcano of energy and a mine of knowledge. Functional training is her primary professional focus and a passion of her life. An electro-radiologist by profession, Korzemiacka shows great love for training. She is an author of numerous teaching curricula, an acupuncturist, and a mentor for those practicing sports professionally and those considering it a recreational pastime. ↓
She is a founder of the ATHLETE PERFORMANCE coaching school that operates under the patronage of IFAA Poland. Korzemiacka relies on many years of experience, and channels her passion to focus on traumatology of the locomotor system, hidden faulty postures and sports nutrition. She promotes the concept of functional training and healthy lifestyles. Korzemiacka is a strength and conditioning coach and an enthusiast of a holistic approach to training. In addition to her training-related duties, she also helps martial art athletes to build their strength and endurance.
Piotr Ciebiera

Piotr Ciebiera

Graduate of the prestigious Open Mind Therapy Fitness School, in which the best personal coaches, fitness trainers and movement therapists study. ↓
Works as a therapy fitness coach, a kinesio-prophylaxis, as well as a geronto-kinesio-prophylaxis instructor. In his daily life Ciebiera helps athletes and patients at the Personal Pilates Studio and at Fizjo4life. As a functional training expert, he is also an FMS trainer, helping his patients by identifying asymmetry and limitations affecting their locomotor system. Ciebiera’s love for extreme sports has become a point of departure to deepening his knowledge about functional training and mobility. He promotes going back to the very basics in developing one’s physical fitness, so that both the body and the mind may be taught how to move properly.
Mirosław Babiarz

Mirosław Babiarz

Mirosław Babiarz Founder and co-creator of SCEC. He was building his experience in the USA, where he began his professional career as an assistant strength and conditioning coach, as well as an assistant basketball coach at Mercer County College in New Jersey, working with athletes practicing soccer, basketball, tennis, baseball and softball. ↓
Later, he moved on to Temple University in Philadelphia. Babiarz worked with over 400 athletes from such different backgrounds as: American football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, baseball, tennis, golf, athletics, rowing, weightlifting, cross country running, softball, field hockey, lacrosse and gymnastics. Subsequently, he assumed the position of the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at the Redlands University in California, where he was responsible for 21 different sports teams, as well as for creating, developing and operating the facility’s entire sports infrastructure. During that period Babiarz worked with athletes practicing American football, basketball, soccer, swimming, diving, volleyball, baseball, water polo, softball, lacrosse, golf and tennis. He was responsible for the total of over 500 athletes. In 2015 he assumed a full time position at SCEC and focuses on promoting and teaching strength and conditioning training in Poland. Mirosław Babiarz and Artur Pacek will be the hosts of IMF Summit’s Sunday workshop.


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June 24, 2017 – SATURDAY 

07:30am - 09:30am

Participant registration

09:45am – 10:00am

Official opening ceremony

10:00am – 11:00am
1. Lecture - Piotr Ciebiera
Faulty posture and its impact on training effectiveness.
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Dr. McGill, a spine therapy guru, used to say: “Without a correct body posture, you will never be able to walk or ride a bike correctly, not to mention practicing physical exercises". Gray Cook, of the creators of the FMS system, liked to repeat: "First move well, and then move often". The importance of faulty posture diagnosis and correction is best evidenced by the sheer number of people suffering from various types of locomotor system-related pain - a situation frequently linked directly to their lack of attention attached to correct posture.

Over 80% of the population complain about recurring lower back pain. Modern civilization and our sitting lifestyle are not factors that contribute to maintaining good health. When we meet the customer/patient for the first time in order to establish a training plan, it should be one of our main priorities to identify, in the course of pre-training diagnostics, which type of a faulty posture we will be dealing with. We need to know whether it is related to locomotor system restrictions, or perhaps visceral or psychosomatic disorders. Evaluation of the patient’s health will be a determining factor in deciding whether the training plan devised is to be treated in its entirety as a therapy, or whether elements of the therapy may be incorporated into the training plan as an addition of preventive nature.

The lecture will focus on the following issues:
  • Characteristics of faulty postures
  • Analysis of biomechanical, as well as fascia and muscle-related posture disturbance patterns
  • Visceral disorders and their impact on posture
  • Visceral motor reflexes affecting faulty postures
The participants will learn how to distinguish between various types of faulty posture, and how to identify basic disorder patterns. How to effectively diagnose the patient and assess their posture, as well as how to understand the mechanism of locomotor system compensation.

11:15am – 12:15pm
2. Lecture - Artur Pacek
Strength training and its impact on fascia and mobility
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Strength training is a foundation on which the conditioning and mobility of athletes is based. It also is a source of well-being for those practicing sports as a recreational pastime. Why is strength so important? It is the foundation for all other parameters defining our physical skills. Power, speed, endurance, flexibility, precision and dynamics are all derivatives of strength. There are many myths in existence related to strength training - according to one of them, it adversely affects flexibility. Many such myths will be verified during the lecture.

Lack of strength is one of the most frequent reasons of movement disorders that athletes suffer from. Weakness of one part of muscles results in the mobility, movement, stretching ability or the movement pattern being disturbed, as the body, in order not to suffer an injury, will revert to the so-called protection mode. In such a case, even relaxing the tense tissue fails to bring about the long-term effect desired. In such a case, it is strength training that is the best solution, as it not only increases the range of movement and improves the popular movement pattern, but will also facilitate (by boosting strength) maintaining the newly acquired movement range.

We may stretch, mobilize and relax our muscles. However, if we are not strong enough, the highly desired effect will remain unattainable. Our body will get back to its previous condition, or will suffer from an injury, as the newly created movement range or body position will not be strong enough to prevent overloading.

During the lecture, the participants will learn:
  • that strength and strength training are the foundation on which other movement features and physical skills are based
  • how to increase and maintain greater movement range by building strength
  • how to distinguish correct strength training that is a remedy to practically all mobility and flexibility-related problems caused by incorrect workout

12:30pm – 01:30pm
3. Lecture - Agata Korzemiacka
Strength, beauty, functionality - restoring the balance of hip and pelvis muscles - theoretical part
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Along with numerous innovations and quick technological development, the 21st century has brought about such benefits as laptop computers, mobile phones and cars that have taken over many tasks formerly reserved for human beings and encourage us to live more sedentary lifestyles. The lack of physical activity is closely linked to the abundant locomotor system dysfunctions, and to a number of disorders affecting individual segments of the human body. Improper functioning of the pelvic girdle, resulting from long hours spent sitting, is one of the most common problems affecting the contemporary population. The disorder is closely linked to atrophy, disproportion and incorrect tension of the group of gluteal muscles.

Simultaneously, over the past two decades, we have been observing a considerable growth of interest in physical activity, active recreation and a healthy lifestyle. The phenomenon prevails amount numerous layers of the society. However, many of those people fail to attach - both consciously or not - sufficient attention to the correct operation of their pelvic girdle, and to the activation of their gluteal muscles, neglecting this specific area of training-related methodology.

The following issues will be referred to during the lecture:
  • Etiology of pelvic girdle’s functional disorders
  • Unbalance of the group of gluteal muscles and the hip flexor muscle - diagnosing disorders and examples of correction strategies
  • Biomechanical axis of the lower limb - description and identification of problems and its impact on the upper body
  • Methods of activating and restoring structural balance of gluteal muscles

01:30pm – 03:00pm
Lunch for each conference participant

03:15pm – 04:15pm
4. Lecture - dr. Remigiusz Rzepka
FCS - Functional Capacity Screen A workshop devoted to presenting the Functional Capacity Screen (FCS) concept.
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The FMS functional assessment constitutes a foundation of the primary capacity that defines the quality of movement, and its key components: mobility, nerve-muscle coordination and stability. Its position within the overall performance development is depicted by the optimum performance pyramid proposed by Gray Cook. The quality of movement, understood as the optimum pattern complying with the assessment criteria applied (FMS), forms the base of the pyramid.

Generating energy in both everyday and sports activity, while relying on the foundation of movement optimization, is another layer of the pyramid. At this stage the Functional Capacity Screen parameters are applied as well.

Within this meaning, FCS covers 4 main areas:
  • Mechanics
  • Ability to maintain proper posture
  • Explosive activity vs. gravity
  • Using cumulated elastic energy in the course of physical activity
FCS is a link that joins the primary mechanics and the level of specialized skill typical of movement or sports activity. Results of this assessment make it possible to identify functional aspects of conditioning deficits and to come up with a training plan that addresses the deficiencies.

04:30pm – 06:30pm
5. Lecture - dr. Kelly Starrett
The ready state (with translation into Polish)
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We live in the world of extraordinary physical achievements. We strive to become fitter, stronger, and faster. Every day, we observe the limits of human physical ability being pushed farther. We see new records broken, and sports activity becomes an inherent element of our everyday life. However, we remain disoriented among the sheer number of basic questions concerning our physicality.

During the lecture, you will be provided with answers, inter alia, to the following questions:
  • How to reach the peak of our physical fitness and well-being?
  • Should men and women train differently?
  • Where is the limit of our performance?
  • How do physical activity and fitness affect our health and well-being?
  • What should our nutrition look like?
The questions presented above do not refer to our physical condition alone. These are questions referring to the lives we live in the modern world.

06:45pm – 07:45pm
6. Lecture - Karl Gilligan
Mobility in Strength & Conditioning - theoretical part (with translation into Polish).
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June 25, 2017 – SUNDAY

09:00am – 04:30pm
Workshop - dr. Kelly Starrett
The Starrett System: Movement & Mobility 101 Course
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The great diversity of human movement may seem to be rather complicated at first glance, but in reality, discovering the mechanisms that drive our bodies is simpler than we might expect. Nevertheless, many coaches and athletes still lack the proper approach to the assessment of human body functions. The “Movement & Mobility 101 Course” has been created to help you grasp the complexity and diversity of fundamental movement patterns. The system allows you to quickly identify any movement disorders and to implement actions aiming to remedy and correct these. The “Movement & Mobility 101 Course” is derived directly from thousands of hours of coaching practice and from the experience of coaching thousands of athletes and working with the world’s greatest coaches. Kelly Starrett has devised programs for settings as diverse as middle school sport classes and top universities. He has worked with amateur runners and Olympians alike. He trains the Joneses, and elite military units. His expertise is relied upon by professional Premier League, NFL, NBA, NHL or MLB teams.

During the workshop you will find out, inter alia:
  • how to identify the most frequent movement errors that deprive you of speed, power, endurance and strength
  • how to identify disorders causing pain, as well as muscle- and fascia-related dysfunction
  • how to restore function to your joints and tissues
  • how to protect your body from injury and optimize sporting performance
All-day workshop with dr. Kelly Starrett.

09:30am – 11:00am
Workshop - dr. Remigiusz Rzepka
FMS system corrective strategies
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The corrective strategy is based on the fundamental principles of movement development. Its directions and areas are determined based on the FMS assessment result.

During the workshop, you will learn how to properly identify priority actions while coming up with a training program, and how to determine the scope thereof. You will be provided with practical insights into when and to what extent corrective measures should be implemented. You will be acquainted with a logical algorithm enabling you to apply corrective exercise strategies, with the following taken into consideration:
  • corrective exercise qualification
  • selection of optimized exercises boosting and restoring mobility and movement range, reeducating the movement pattern coordination and ensuring both functional and movement-related progression
  • the so-called traffic light pattern, i.e. planning your physical activity with permitted, limited, modified and not recommended exercises identified for each stage of work with our customer/patient
The workshop is a mine of knowledge concerning the concept of FMS corrective exercises. The topic will be illustrated comprehensively with practical examples based on a selected movement pattern.

11:30am – 12:30pm
Workshop - Artur Pacek
Strength training and its impact on fascia and mobility - practical part
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Proper selection of exercises, their progression and techniques may have an enormous impact on overall and specific functionality of the fascia network. Specific strength-increasing exercises and techniques will be presented during the workshop that have the greatest impact on the fascia and on boosting flexibility. The participants will be able to use their own examples to learn the extent to which strength training cannot be replaced by anything else while working on the fascia, improving flexibility and building strength that is the determining factor in maintaining outcomes of training in the long term.

Workshop participants will be acquainted with the following: 
  • detailed weight exercising techniques
  • they will work how to work on the fascia, as well as on boosting and maintaining their flexibility by strength training.
Each participant will perform a number of strength exercises under load. The ability to perform those exercises correctly on their own will enable them not only to train in a more efficient manner, but also to correctly pass on this knowledge to others.


11:30am – 12:30pm
Workshop - dr. Ryszard Biernat
Assessment of the shoulder complex efficiency
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Knowledge acquired during the workshop will enable the participants to professionally assess customers, to evaluate the condition of the shoulder complex components, and to apply the correct rules while exercising the shoulder girdle. The minimum knowledge that each coach should acquire is summarized below:

  • ability to assess the neutral position of the elements of the shoulder complex (shoulder blade, humerus, collar bone) - “with the correct neutral position, the movement may be correct as well”
  • correct range of the outward and inward rotation of the shoulder joint
  • priorities in boosting efficiency of the shoulder complex - a. upper rotation of the shoulder blade, b. posterior inclination, c. lowering of the shoulder blade, d/ efficient rotators
  • command to activate the shoulder blade muscles
  • train the shoulder blade plane - errors, examples of exercises
  • serratus anterior - a muscle of priority importance - activation examples
  • quadratus femoris-ascending part - a muscle of priority importance - activation examples
  • rotator training - examples of exercises
  • shoulder - hip - examples of exercises
  • should we exercise single- or double-handedly?

01.00pm – 02.00pm
Workshop - Karl Gilligan
Mobility in Strength & Conditioning - theoretical part (with translation into Polish)
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02:30pm – 03:30pm
workshop - dr. Ryszard Biernat
Assessment of the pelvic complex efficiency
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Knowledge acquired during the workshop will enable the participants to professionally assess customers and to evaluate the condition of the complex components: lumbar section of the spine, pelvis and hip joint, mobility of the hip joint. It will also enable them to assess the degree of activation of the pelvic girdle muscles. Evaluation of other segments impacting the efficiency of the hip joint will be possible as well. The minimum knowledge that each coach should acquire is summarized below:

  • neutral position of the lumbar section, pelvis and hip joint
  • assessment of the range of outward and inward rotation of the hip joint
  • Patrick test - analysis
  • TFL and ITB - tension assessment
  • efficiency of gluteus maximus and gluteus medius
  • psoas major - role, dysfunctions, how to exercise
  • hip - foot
  • squat - assessment
  • .deep squat - assessment
  • bending forward and returning to natural position - sequence

02:30pm – 03:30pm
Workshop - Agata Korzemiacka
Strength, beauty, functionality - restoring the balance of hip and pelvis muscles - practical part.
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The workshop participants will learn how to diagnose and eliminate muscular imbalance within the hip and pelvis area, and how it may impact the proper operation of the locomotor system. The workshop will include a practical session as well, showing the basic functional warm-up techniques and the following:
  • pelvic girdle mobilization with the use of SMT (Self Myofascial Technique) and fascia stretching
  • activation of the group of gluteal muscles in training complexes
  • positioning of the hip -> knee -> foot axis and its impact on the development of a selected part of gluteus muscles
  • example of a “step by step” program - correcting disproportions and shaping the buttock

03:00pm – 04:00pm
Tomasz Chomiuk, MD, PhD
The spine is your foundation - spine ergonomics vs. mobility
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Our spines do not have it easy these days, although at first sight it may seem to be otherwise. The modern environment we live in offers a growing number of solutions boosting the level of our comfort. Most of us get up in the morning, get into our cars, go to school or work, and then spend many hours sitting behind a desk. Later, after returning home, we spend even more time on a comfortable chair or in an armchair. Contemporary solutions make it actually possible to work from home, without having to leave your armchair, and the majority of products or services may be purchased by clicking a few keys on the laptop keyboard or smartphone screen, without our buttocks ever leaving the comfort of a chair.

Our bodies are programmed to save energy and are more than willing to seize such opportunities. However, they are not aware of the long-term consequences of such a behavior.

Evolution is struggling to keep up with the changes brought about by humans who are, in many cases, harming themselves. The spine is one of the best examples of our body’s inability to adapt to the changing environment and lifestyle.

Workshop agenda:
  • spine - structure, functionality, mechanics
  • spine 24/7 - what positions does our spine work in during the day (sitting, standing, lying, lifting
  • static vs. dynamic positions
  • how to sit – position vs. mobility
  • how to stand – position vs. mobility
  • how to lie – position vs. mobility
  • how to lift – lifting techniques vs. mobility
  • how to use our smartphones – position vs. mobility
In order to keep our spines functional, we need to take care of it 24 hours a day. Any pain is a signal that the spine is in need of a comprehensive shift in our approach towards it. Therapy and training alone will not suffice to achieve a lasting effect and to get rid of pain for many years to come. It is the task of a physical therapist or a trainer to educate their patients/customers about healthy habits that determine the functional condition of their spines. During the workshop, participants will find what advice related to ergonomics of work, relaxation and physical activity during the day to offer to their clients. You will learn how and on what we should sit, stand and sleep in order to enable our spines to function properly. You will also find out what activities and positions should be avoided to retain as much mobility and to achieve the best results in sports.

04:00pm – 05:00pm
Workshop - Piotr Ciebiera
Effective posture correction methods
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During the workshop, the participants will learn how to approach their patients:
  • How to efficiently assess their overall posture in 3 planes
  • How to identify situations in which posture asymmetry is a physiological, and when a dysfunctional condition
  • How to choose deep muscle exercise depending on the dysfunctional posture pattern
  • How to select muscle and fascia relaxing exercises


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participation in an all-day workshop conducted by dr. Kelly Starrett

package containing equipment required to perform exercises presented by the speaker (Floss Band, Duoball, 8 cm Ball, Power Band)

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lunch during the workshop break

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participation in all lectures during the day

welcome package containing training materials

lunch during the break between lectures

personalized certificate confirming participation in the lectures

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agenda of the conference at csr Warsaw

Didactic Center
ul. Trojdena 2a
02-109 Warszawa

Sports and Rehabilitation Center
ul. Trojdena 2c
02-109 Warszawa


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