1-Attending live zoom session. invitation to be sent by 4th of June 2020.
2-Access to extensive learning materials. downloadable once you make online payment.
3-Certificate by primephysio Training UK
By the end of the session the delegates will be able to: In relation to Achilles, Patella, Gluteal and Proximal Hamstring
1-Appreciate the common impairments that LL tendinopathies present with.
2-Understand the research related to common loading regimes such as isometrics, eccentrics and heavy slow resistance training.
3-Acknowledge the role of compression in LL tendinopathy and how that impacts on exercise prescription.
4-Effectively progress an exercise based loading program to restoration of function.
5- Offer effective education to patients that will compliment your rehab and improve adherence.
6-Include emerging concepts within your clinical reasoning related to tendinopathy such as how to address contributing risk factors.
Bsc (Hons) MSc MCSP
Senior Lecturer/Practitioner in Physiotherapy- Teesside University -UK
Nick is a Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy at Teesside University and works clinically at Physiotherapy Matters where he also acts as the clinical lead. His clinical experience is wide ranging in both private and public funded services. He has experience within professional sports medicine and within occupational health settings.
In 2011 he completed his MSc in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Manchester Metropolitan University. This led to him working in NHS interface clinics as a Clinical Specialist in Physiotherapy offering triage, assessment of complex conditions and administering joint and soft tissue injections. He has a particular interest clinically in back pain, tendinopathy and the integration of evidence into practice. He has lectured at national and overseas conferences and is committed to promoting best practice.
He has fulfilled various committee roles including research officer and chairman for the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists with an interest in Orthopaedic Medicine & Injection Therapy (ACPOMIT) and is the co-lead for the North East Council for Allied Health Professionals in Research. He also sits on the Professional Committee for the Charted Society of Physiotherapy offering guidance on educational and professional practice issues. In 2017 he was awarded the inaugural and prestigious award of the North East Chartered Society of Physiotherapist member of the year.