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  1. Online Lecture - Are You Missing Serious Spinal Pathology?
  2. Online Lecture - Assessment and Management of Lateral Ankle Sprains
  3. Online Lecture - Best Practice for Assessing and Treating Patellofemoral Pain
  4. Online Lecture - Classification and Management of Headaches with Toby Hall
  5. Online Lecture - How can you best change your patient's behaviour?
  6. Online Lecture - Running: Injury prevention, assessment and running retraining
  7. Online Lecture: The Hip - What's current in differential diagnosis, surgery and rehab?

Online Lecture - Are You Missing Serious Spinal Pathology?

Price - £30.00 (including VAT)

This gives you access to the 2 hour online evening lecture we ran with Laura Finucane (Consultant Physiotherapist), Bridget Williams (Physiotherapist) and Chris Mercer (Consultant Physiotherapist).

You can sign up to this and listen again from the comfort of your home. You can watch as many times as you like, and there is no expiry date. 

They cover metastatic bone disease, cauda equina, cervical spondylotic myelopathy and a case study - a clinical wwhodunnit.

The goal of the lecture was to draw on the clinical knowledge they have amassed and to give tips and guidance, so that you can better identify serious spinal pathology that is not appropriate for hands on treatment so you can refer them on faster and not miss things.

The lecture is made up of three 25min lectures followed by 5mins of questions and a short discussion at the end.

Laura Finucane: Metastatic Bone Disease

Bridget Williams: Cauda Equina and Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy 

Chris Mercer: Case study - A Clinical Whodunnit?

In addition to the above, there is another 60 mins of content which we recorded after the evening following up on questions that were asked on evening. So in total you get 3 hours of content. 

IMPORTANT NOTE: One other small thing we will need to ask is, if you have a password of less than 6 characters, can you please amend this here to 6 characters or more. The reason for this is, the software that hosts the online product requires this, our hands are tied!!

You are purchasing online streamed access to this recording, it is not downloadable. It includes pdf's of the handouts, these are downloadable. Please ignore postage charges below, there is no physical product to be sent out. We will supply details of how to access this online. Once you have access the course will remain available to you 24/7 365 days a year! There is no expiry date on access or limitation of the time in which you have to view it.

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Online Lecture - Assessment and Management of Lateral Ankle Sprains

Price - £30.00 (including VAT)

This gives you access to the 2 hour online evening lecture we recently ran with Cath Spencer Smith (Sports Physician), Jon Fearn (Physiotherapist) and Matt Wallden (Osteopath).

You can sign up to this and listen again from the comfort of your home. You can watch as many times as you like, and there is no expiry date.

The speakers cover differential diagnosis of lateral ankle sprains and when to refer for imaging, assessment and management of lateral ankle sprains and exercise principles for Rehabilitation of Lateral Ankle Sprains.

The goal of the lecture was to draw on the clinical knowledge they have amassed and to give tips and guidance, so that you can take away at least a few things to do differently with your ankle sprain patients.

Plus, we then discussed the feedback questions with Jon after the event so you get an extra 30 mins of content giving you even more tips and golden nuggets! 


Some participant feedback:

"Easy to load up if your laptop decides to work, watched on my tablet and it was fab, great content from 3 therapists with different backgrounds which all linked well together. Some great take home messages gained."

"For me the course was good revision and had some excellent little nuggets eg foam roller exercise for proprioception. If I were less experienced Cath's lecture gave some great guidelines for not missing anything more serious."


The lecture is made up of three 25min lectures followed by 5mins of questions and a short discussion at the end.

Cath Spencer Smith: Differential Diagnosis of Lateral Ankle Sprains and When to Refer for Imaging

Jon Fearn
: Assessment and Management of Lateral Ankle Sprains

Matt Wallden
: Exercise Principles for Rehabilitation of Lateral Ankle Sprains


IMPORTANT NOTE:
There will be a short delay following purchase before you will have access as the system to register you involves one manual step. We are working on this but fear not we will get your access to you ASAP! One other small thing we will need to ask is, if you have a password of less than 6 characters, can you please amend this here to 6 characters or more. The reason for this is, the software that hosts the online product requires this, our hands are tied!!

You are purchasing online streamed access to this recording, it is not downloadable. It includes pdf's of the handouts and a couple of the articles referenced. Please ignore postage charges below, there is no physical product to be sent out. We will supply details of how to access this online. Once you have access the course will remain available to you 24/7 365 days a year! There is no expiry date on access or limitation of the time in which you have to view it.

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Online Lecture - Best Practice for Assessing and Treating Patellofemoral Pain

Price - £30.00 (including VAT)

This is the recording of our live 2 hour lecture on the latest in patellofemoral pain. You can sign up to this and listen again from the comfort of your home. You can watch as many times as you like, and there is no expiry date.

If you see musculoskeletal patients then we have 3 great speakers and some cracking content for you. You will not only get access to the recording but the handouts as well, plus we have post presentation interviews whih address all the questions asked throughout and more! It will be over 3 hours of content.

Dr Christian Barton (Physiotherapist)

Christian considers why we see this problem so often and especially what drives the patients symptoms. He also considers the gender bias and the known risks factors giving you an excellent overview of who is most vunerable and why they might be presenting with symptoms.

Simon Lack (Chartered Physiotherapist, Research Lead and PhD Candidate)

Simon explores the proximal influences on the knee, especially the hip and how we identify a proximal deficit. He also considers the myths and popular misconceptions around the assessment and retraining of proximal rehabilitation so you can target your treatments better and ultimately get better results. .

Bradley Neal (Chartered Physiotherapist, Research Lead and PhD Candidate)

Brad considers the role of the foot in patellofemoral pain presentations and the role of both static and dynamic assessment so you havea clearer idea as to when to prescribe orthotics. He also covers the current thought on VMO along with other adjuncts in relation to the best exercises to control pain and rehabilitate the patient.

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Online Lecture - Classification and Management of Headaches with Toby Hall

Price - £30.00 (including VAT)

This is the recording of our live 2 hour lecture on Classification and Management of Headaches with Toby Hall

You can sign up to this and listen again from the comfort of your home. You can watch as many times as you like, and there is no expiry date.

If you see musculoskeletal patients or clients then we have Toby Hall from Manual Concepts speaking and some cracking content for you. You will not only get access to the recording but the handouts as well, plus we have support videos and a post presentation interview which address all the questions asked throughout and more!

Toby Hall (Chartered Physiotherapist)

Toby will cover the following areas during this 2 hour session. The talk will be broken up into two lectures.

  • Introducing the classification of headache and specifically identifying those that are suited to manual therapy/physiotherapy.
  • He will discuss the sensitisation of the trigeminocervical nucleus as a core concept in headache pathogenesis and how this can be managed in a variety of different ways.
  • He will distinguishing between different headache forms and include how to test for cervicogenic headaches
  • He will discuss and show videos covering the palpation and treatment techniques for headaches.
  • Throughout the supporting evidence for the techniques and methods discussed will be presented.

In addition to the above, once the post event interviews are completed (usually 7 days after) there is another chunk of content following up on questions that were asked on evening but were unanswered. So in total you get well over 2 hours of content.

IMPORTANT NOTE: One other small thing we will need to ask is, if you have a password of less than 6 characters, can you please amend this here to 6 characters or more. The reason for this is, the software that hosts the online product requires this, our hands are tied!!

You are purchasing online streamed access to this recording, it is not downloadable. It includes pdf's of the handouts, these are downloadable. We will supply details of how to access this online. Once you have access the course will remain available to you 24/7 365 days a year! There is no expiry date on access or limitation of the time in which you have to view it.

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Online Lecture - How can you best change your patient's behaviour?

Price - £30.00 (including VAT)

This is the recording of our live 2 hour lecture on How can you best change your patient's behaviour?

You can sign up to this and listen again from the comfort of your home. You can watch as many times as you like, and there is no expiry date.

If you see musculoskeletal patients or clients then we have 2 great speakers and some cracking content for you. You will not only get access to the recording but the handouts as well, plus we have post presentation interviews which address all the questions asked throughout and more!

Zara Hansen (Chartered Physiotherapist)

The cognitive behavioural model states that the way someone thinks about their problem will produce emotions, which then drives behaviour. Ironically, sometimes these behaviours then actually reinforce the thoughts, producing a vicious cycle. So, in order to change someone's behaviour we can do it indirectly by changing their thinking, or directly by changing their behaviour i.e. getting them to ‘do' something else.

This presentation will focus on the former, and look at how you can identify unhelpful thoughts and then change them, hopefully leading to more helpful behaviours that promote rehabilitation.

Topics that will be covered

- An introduction to the CBT model
- Why identifying thoughts is important in physiotherapy
- Some ideas on how to identify and tackle unhelpful thoughts

Dr Richard Bennett (Clinical Psychologist)

Richard will introduce you to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). ACT has amassed a significant evidence base from RCTs in chronic pain. ACT can be thought of as a way of getting patients to know unpleasant feelings and most importantly, learn not to act upon them and to not avoid situations where they are invoked.

This is a key area in the rehabilitation of those with chronic pain and can be an area of struggle with a patient where they maintain avoidance and pain behaviours or perhaps return to an environment that reinforces these behaviours.

In addition to the above, once the post event interviews are completed (usually 7 days after) there is another chunk of content following up on questions that were asked on evening but were unanswered. So in total you get well over 2 hours of content.

IMPORTANT NOTE: One other small thing we will need to ask is, if you have a password of less than 6 characters, can you please amend this here to 6 characters or more. The reason for this is, the software that hosts the online product requires this, our hands are tied!!

You are purchasing online streamed access to this recording, it is not downloadable. It includes pdf's of the handouts, these are downloadable. We will supply details of how to access this online. Once you have access the course will remain available to you 24/7 365 days a year! There is no expiry date on access or limitation of the time in which you have to view it.

 

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Online Lecture - Running: Injury prevention, assessment and running retraining

Price - £30.00 (including VAT)

This is the recording of our live 2 hour lecture on the latest in running injury prevention and running retraining.

You can sign up to this and listen again from the comfort of your home. You can watch as many times as you like, and there is no expiry date.

If you see musculoskeletal patients then we have 3 great speakers and some cracking content for you. You will not only get access to the recording but the handouts as well, plus we have post presentation interviews whih address all the questions asked throughout and more! It will be over 3 hours of content.

Benoy Mathew (Chartered Physiotherapist)

Benoy will detail the most common running injuries, the risk factors associated with these and how training volume impacts on recovery. He will take these and lay out how a suitable injury prevention programme can be developed and implemented that incorporates load, volume and strength training.

Glen Robbins (Chartered Physiotherapist)

Glen will outline the key areas you need to focus on to uncover WHY a runner is presenting with their problem. You will learn the 5 key questions you need to ask, plus how to ascertain what is the right amount of training, which movement screens to use and how to assess if they are strong enough. Glen will also discuss the role of the trunk in lower limb biomechanics.

Bradley Neal (Chartered Physiotherapist, Research Lead and PhD Candidate)

The retraining the return to running is a current hot topic which is frequently guided by observations and not hard data. This section aims to paste the known science onto to effectiveness of running retraining, should we be using internal or external cues, should we treat men and women differently, how do you progress load and of course what shoe should someone use and how should they strike the ground.

In addition to the above, once the post event interviews are completed (usuallu 7-10 days after) there is another 60 mins of content which we recorded after the evening following up on questions that were asked on evening but were unanswered. So in total you get 3 hours of content.

IMPORTANT NOTE: One other small thing we will need to ask is, if you have a password of less than 6 characters, can you please amend this here to 6 characters or more. The reason for this is, the software that hosts the online product requires this, our hands are tied!!

You are purchasing online streamed access to this recording, it is not downloadable. It includes pdf's of the handouts, these are downloadable. Please ignore postage charges below, there is no physical product to be sent out. We will supply details of how to access this online. Once you have access the course will remain available to you 24/7 365 days a year! There is no expiry date on access or limitation of the time in which you have to view it.

 

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Online Lecture: The Hip - What's current in differential diagnosis, surgery and rehab?

Price - £30.00 (including VAT)

This is the recording of our live 2 hour lecture on The Hip - What's current in differential diagnosis, surgery and rehab?

You can sign up to this and listen again from the comfort of your home. You can watch as many times as you like, and there is no expiry date.

If you see patients with hip or groin pain and want to know how best to differentiatial diagnose, or do you ask yourself if imaging is indictaed or if an arthroscopy and surgery would benefit a patient. You may ask are you using the latest thinking and evidence to best rehabilitate your hip patients. If any of that sounds like something you ask yourself or if you simply want an update on hips then listen in.

You will not only get access to the recording but the handouts as well, plus we an additional video on some clinical testing and the post presentation interview which address all the questions asked throughout and more!

Mr Johan Witt (Orthopaedic Surgeon)

Surgery for non-arthritic hip pathology 

  • Diagnostic work-up: Making sure it's the hip:
  • Threshold for arthroscopic intervention: How symptomatic do you need to be?
  • Picking the winners: influence of articular cartilage injury:
  • Anatomy of FAI: What needs to be addressed at the time of surgery:
  • What about the other hip?- which is most important, symptoms or deformity?
  • Is there anything that can't be managed arthroscopically?  

 Mr Glen Robbins (Chartered Physiotherapist)

Overview of Acetabular Labral tears 

  • What is the role of labrum in load transfer and hip joint stability?
  • Are labral tears a common finding in patients with chronic hip pain? 
  • What is the typical presentation of symptomatic labral tears? 
  • What are the common aggravating factors, reported by patients?
  • What is the diagnostic test of choice in the diagnosis of labral tears?
  • Does the current literature support conservative management of labral tears?
  • What are the long term outcomes of hip arthroscopy for labral tears? 

Benoy Mathew (Chartered Physiotherapist)

Concepts in Rehabilitation following Hip Arthroscopy

  • What are the common hip pathologies, treated by physiotherapists, following arthroscopy?
  • What are the common post-op complications, that physios need to be aware of? 
  • What are the different stages of rehab following hip arthroscopy?
  • How to progress rehab safely and plan return to play (RTP), using objective markers?
  • What are the factors associated with poor outcomes of rehabilitation?
  • What are the key predictors of success for patients undergoing hip arthroscopy

In addition to the above, once the post event interviews are completed (usually 7 days after) there is another chunk of content following up on questions that were asked on evening but were unanswered. So in total you get well over 2 hours of content.

IMPORTANT NOTE: One other small thing we will need to ask is, if you have a password of less than 6 characters, can you please amend this here to 6 characters or more. The reason for this is, the software that hosts the online product requires this, our hands are tied!!

You are purchasing online streamed access to this recording, it is not downloadable. It includes pdf's of the handouts, these are downloadable. We will supply details of how to access this online. Once you have access the course will remain available to you 24/7 365 days a year! There is no expiry date on access or limitation of the time in which you have to view it.

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