The FFP Level 2 course was specifically designed for EMT’s who have previously attended the EMTP Level 1 Course. Many EMT’s are suffering from or will suffer from unnecessary pain, due to muscular and structural imbalances. This affects their ability to efficiently perform on-the-job tasks and eventually can lead to debilitating injuries during the performance of their duties and everyday tasks. The EMTP Level 2 Course builds off of the foundational principles taught in the EMTP Level 1 Course and provides EMT’s with advanced strategies to reduce structural imbalances and minimize the risk of injury occurrence and/or re-occurrence. Advanced drills and exercises to remediate these common structural imbalances will be taught.
In addition to introducing advanced drills to address the muscular and structural imbalances common to emergency service professionals, the EMTP Level 2 course also addresses movement. The muscular and structural imbalances common to EMT’s inhibits
their ability to move efficiently and safely. Remediating these imbalances prepares emergency service personnel to be able to learn ‘how to move’. The EMTP Level 2 course introduces the concepts of ‘moving efficiently’ using drills and exercises to help safely perform all job related functions that require movement. Being able to move efficiently and safely will help reduce and/or minimize injuries on emergency calls or performing strenuous service drills.