Boot Camp Program for Ankylosing Spondylitis
What You Need To Get Started
This is a self-management training program for Ankylosing Spondylitis. The program outlines a six-week program consisting of education, progressive exercises, postural instruction and self-management strategies. It provides step-by-step instruction on posture and exercises aimed at improving range of motion. The program uses a goal-oriented approach with a focus on improving range of motion and preventing forward stoopness. The training program is incorporated as part of the clinical care of individuals with Ankylosing Spondylitis. Individuals should not attempt this program on their own without consulting their health care professional to ensure it is appropriate for them.
What It Includes:
- Practitioner Treatment Protocol
- Patient Instructional Video
- Patient Workbook and Implementation Guide
By purchasing this course you will receive 1 workbook. Please email your shipping details to [email protected]
*EXTRA PATIENT WORKBOOKS PURCHASED SEPARATELY*
*By purchasing this online program, you have unlimited access to all of it's components for 1 year after the initial purchase.*
Dr. Carlo Ammendolia is the Director of the Chiropractic Spine Clinic and the Spinal Stenosis Program at the Rebecca MacDonald Centre for Arthritis and Autoimmune Diseases at Mount Sinai Hospital located in Toronto, Canada.
He received his MSc degree in Clinical Epidemiology and Health Care Research in 1999 and in 2005 his PhD in Clinical Evaluative Sciences from the University of Toronto.
Dr. Ammendolia is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation and the Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto. He is also an Associate Member of the Institute of Medicine at the University of Toronto and Adjunct Scientist at the Institute for Work & Health.
Dr. Ammendolia is a faculty member of the University of Toronto Spine Program and the University of Toronto Musculoskeletal Centre.
In 2012, Dr. Ammendolia was awarded the Professorship in Spine Award from the Department of Surgery in the Faculty of Medicine. He has been in clinical practice for over 30 years and now combines clinical practice and research in the area of non-operative treatment of mechanical, degenerative and inflammatory spinal disorders with a special interest in lumbar spinal stenosis.
Dr. Ammendolia also conducts research in workplace wellness. He has published over 30 peer-review articles and has authored several academic book chapters on back and neck pain.