What Are the Benefits of Female Chain Reaction?
Female Chain Reaction is a course for any and all movement science professionals who treat or train women. This course explores the unique female biomechanics, and empowers you to identify, assess, and treat dysfunction in the Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System.
Enrich your understanding of the human body and pelvic health through live demonstrations
Provide effective treatment for your female clients, patients, and athletes
Connect with a community of like-minded professionals
Gain ongoing access to exclusive resources and course materials
The online option gives you the experience of an in-person event and a wealth of content accessible from any internet-connected device — all at your own pace.
2-Day Live Event$895.00*
Learn alongside other movement professionals and immediately apply what you’ve learned when you return to the office, clinic, or gym.
*All Live Events include the Online Course!
Interested in taking Female Chain Reaction as a team? Group rates are available! Contact our team to learn more.
What Other Professionals Are Saying
The Female Chain Reaction course is a must for every movement professional and female health specialist. Christina Christie shares cutting information about female biomechanics and the pelvic core neuromuscular system. This course is not only a game changer for your career, it is a life changer for your clientele.
–Julia Morichelli, FAFS, CPT
I took the Female Chain Reaction course in order to help my pelvic floor patients. I couldn’t believe how much better I felt, and I never considered myself as a pelvic floor client. The information is comprehensive, and the exercise approach is amazing. This approach will help all your clients and patients and you will be surprised by how good you feel after experiencing the movements
–Deb Beyer, PT, FAFS, CAFS, 3DMAPS, FGS
The Female Chain Reaction course has helped me immensely in my profession. The course is well planned out with great information to help a wide array of issues that people may have. It brings a functional approach to pelvic, pelvic floor and core exercises, which transfers over to everyday life. I have been able to help countless people with the information I learned, and I am so glad I took this course!
–Garry Davis, PTA, CAFS, 3DMAPS
Explore the Female Chain Reaction Webinar, Available at Your Fingertips
Ready for more course content, resources, and strategies? We explore all this and more in our Female Chain Reaction webinar, available free through the Gray Institute App. Explore strategies you can take back to your office, practice, or gym tomorrow, including:
- Understand How to Apply the Principles of Applied Functional Science® to Your Pregnant Population.
- Learn the Chain Reaction® Biomechanics of Pregnancy .
- Understand the Importance of the 4th Trimester and Support for Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System Restoration.
- Empower a Female to Return to Impact in the 4th Trimester.
- Discuss why Female Chain Reaction® was Developed.
Experience Female Chain Reaction virtually through the app and feel the difference.
FCR is approved for Continuing Education Credits through the following
ACE - 1.4 CECs
ACSM - 14 Contact Hours
AFAA - 14 CEUs
NASM - 1.4 CEUs
NATA-BOC - 12 CE Hours (Category A)
ProCert -10 CCUs
PTA Global - 12 CEC
FSBPT/ProCert, recognized by the following 32 state Physical Therapy Boards:
AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, DE, DC, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, MI, MS, MN, MO, MT, NE, NC, ND, OR, PA, PR, RI, SD, TN, UT, VT, VA, WY.
Physical Therapy Associations
New York - 16.8 CE Hours
Texas - 14 CCUs
Wisconsin - 12 CEUs
Application to Redefine Health Education is pending.
States accepting RHE approval are as follows:
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
If you do not see your state or organization listed, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
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What is Female Chain Reaction?
If you treat, work with, or teach women, you need to have a comprehensive understanding of female biomechanics. This includes pelvic health and the pelvic floor, which impacts many of the unique health challenges women face.
The Gray Institute Female Chain Reaction course introduces you to the unique aspects of female biomechanics. It also equips you with the skills you need to provide effective treatment based on the scientific truth of Chain Reaction.
This intensive, two-day course will cover pelvic health (an important topic for both male and female bodies!) for movement professionals, and explore the Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System and cover:
- How the pelvic floor influences orthopedic injuries
- How pelvic floor dysfunction impacts sports performance
- How pregnancy affects the Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System
- How to navigate the post-natal period for recovery, understand the causes of pelvic pain, and restoration of the Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System
- Addressing specific issues, including pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction
- How pelvic core dysfunction will affect the quality of life and an individual’s ability to participate in activities of daily living
This specialization focuses on understanding the unique female biomechanics of women’s health and treating female clients or patients effectively. This includes young female athletes, women during pregnancy and postpartum, middle-aged athletes, and senior women. However, many of these principles can also be applied to male individuals experiencing pelvic dysfunction.
Who Should Enroll in Female Chain Reaction?
Female Chain Reaction is designed for any and all movement science practitioners. If you are invested in learning how the female body moves on all three planes of motion as an inter-connected whole, including how the pelvic floor and Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System impacts female treatment and training, we encourage you to enroll in Female Chain Reaction.
There is power in learning together! We are proud to offer group rates that make group learning even easier. Learn more about course group rates.
Female Chain Reaction is Designed for All Movement Professionals
We encourage any movement professionals with female patients or clients to consider attending, including:
Group Exercise Instructors
Nurses and Nurse Practitioners
Is Female Chain Reaction Right for You?
Want to learn more about our course, how Female Chain Reaction impacts your practice, and what you'll learn when you enroll? Download the course brochure today for more information!
Do you treat or train women?
Do your female athletes struggle with dysfunction in the hips and core?
Are you driven to understand the impact female anatomy has on healing?
Do you understand the impact the pelvic floor has on the rest of the body?
Do you work with female clients in the yoga or birth industry?
Do your female clients struggle with incontinence or control after giving birth?
After Enrolling in Female Chain Reaction, You Will:
- Understand the functional relationship of the Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System in reference to the female or male patient or client.
- Describe how to functionally evaluate and stimulate the Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System for complete core and pelvic health.
- Develop treatment and exercise strategies for the Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System and apply it to the female or male patient or client.
- Understand a variety of functional tools for rehabilitation of the Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System and group exercise.
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