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By joining your school’s R2P Club, you open up limitless opportunities for growth, discussion and education. As a student member, you’ll be exposed to not only an abundance of resources, both through industry articles and case studies but also through the experience and guidance of professional members. Take advantage of local R2P mentors and gain hands-on, in-clinic experience in the active model of care and patient center care. Assert yourself as a leader and an innovator with increased visibility through R2P. Connect with the next generation of rehab experts. Advance your career before graduation day. The possibilities are endless with R2P.
These are just a few of the advantages to joining R2P as a student member, join the movement and contact your local club to learn more about your school’s R2P club!
In an effort to ensure that the next generation of rehab specialists has a strong foundation to build upon, the International Society of Clinical Rehab Specialists, with the support of Theraband Academy, has developed R2P clubs at various colleges to help bridge the gap. Our goal is to assist students with access to information and opportunity. With this in mind, Rehab2Performance (R2P) student clubs were created to narrow the separation between book knowledge and practical applications and facilitate seamless transference from injured patient to active athlete.
Rehab 2 Performance clubs can be found on college campuses around the country, and are devoted to Bridging the Gap from disability to ability; from treatment in the clinic to returning to active participation; and from patient to elite athlete. This is accomplished by utilizing movement assessment, regional interdependence, modern pain science, and patient activation to regain functional capacity. This collection of knowledge comes from the brightest minds in the field today, including: McGill, McKenzie, Janda, Lewit, Kolar, Liebenson, Cook, Boyle, Verstegen, Falsone, Weingroff and others.
We respect the exceptional work each academic institution does in preparing its students with the basic science, diagnostic skills, clinical pearls and treatment methods necessary to meet contemporary standards of care and board exams. However, to grow the next generation of rehabilitation specialists, greater exposure and opportunity is necessary.
Want more information about R2P clubs? Check out this talk given by UMASS Graduate Ramez Antoun, PT at an R2P club meeting.
So, what are you waiting for? Register now and start establishing yourself in the rehabilitation community and gaining invaluable clinical knowledge!
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