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SPRC

Sports Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Certificate

This program is designed for physiotherapists who aim to gain more knowledge and hands-on skills in managing sports-related conditions in clinical and sports field environments.

Cairo - Egypt

Over 6
Countries

Block 1: 19-22 Dec 2024

Block 2: 2-4 August, 2025

800+ Already
Enrolled

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22
Intakes

The program will be delivered over 8 days with additional online learning materials and lectures to support the learners before and after the face-to-face teaching.

Aims

This program aims to provide physiotherapists with a clear and simple clinical reasoning framework to apply a wide range of assessment and treatment techniques to athletic patients. The program will stimulate your thinking to reflect on and improve your current clinical practice by adding more practical skills that could be used, for a reason, to maximize treatment outcomes. Discussion of the research evidence related to different assessment and treatment concepts will be held throughout the program's delivery. In addition to previous experiences with professional athletes in their injury rehabilitation and prevention journey.​

Learning Outcomes

  • Discuss and apply relevant neuro-musculoskeletal theories, concepts, and evidence related to sports injuries.

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of manual and movement therapy interventions, integrating the evidence base relevant to the management and rehabilitation.

  • Discuss the importance of considering patients' expectations, regarding their role in and engagement with- their therapy in recovery.

  • Extract evidence from research and appraise research quality.

  • Discuss how to cooperate with the team managers and parents.

Program Objectives

  • Provide a clear examination framework for common sports-related conditions, including traumatic, mechanical, and post-operative problems.

  • Learn and practice a range of treatment strategies for sports-related conditions.

  • Understand how different factors affect the decision-making process in terms of the development and progression of rehabilitation programs.

  • Develop sound reasoning with regard to the "return to play’’ decision.

  • Understand and apply a variety of injury prevention strategies.

  • Understand the challenges encountered when it comes to managing an athlete.

Program Structure

1. Distance Learning Components

The participants engage with different tutors and self-managed visual and written clinical and research activities in their own time. The online module covers:

  • The Role of Sports Physiotherapists.

  • Content of the Sports Bag.

  • Nutritional Supplements.

  • Athletic Meals.

  • Doping Control.

  • Basic Principles of First Aid in Court.

  • Introduction to Soft tissue Tools (Dry Needling, Taping, IASTM, and Floss Bands).

  • Introduction to Muscle Chains.

  • Principles of Differential Diagnosis and Assessment.

  • Principles of Exercise Prescription.

Online Module Tutors:

Mahmoud Saad, Hannah Wilkinson, Hayat Mostafa, Racha Hussein, Amr Essam, Zeinab Basha

 

2. Face-to-Face Components

Block one

  • Upper quadrant sports injuries (Cx and Tx spine, shoulder, elbow, and hand)

  • Lower quadrant sports injuries (Lx, SIJ, hip, knee, ankle)

  • Role of motor control in testing and retraining athletes

Block one tutors:

Hayat Mostafa, Racha Hussein, Ibrahim Enaba

 
 

Block two

  • Practical Application of First Aid in Court.

  • Athletic Strapping.

  • Strength and Conditioning.

  • Screening and Prevention of Injury.

  • Periodization.

  • Meet the Experts:

    • Journey of Injury Rehabilitation in Pro-Athletes.

    • Sports Medicine Adaptations in Elite African Football Teams.

Block two tutors:

Amr Essam, Zeinab Basha, Ibrahim Enaba, Mohamed Wafaay

Examples of Practical Techniques to be Covered

  • Accessory and physiological mobilization for peripheral joints, cervical, thoracic & lumbar spine

  • Assessment and management of tendinopathy

  • Motor control principles

  • The differential diagnosis for peripheral joint injuries

  • Differential diagnosis for spinal injuries

  • Proximal control and chain activation

  • Neurodynamics in sports

  • Dislocation reduction and CPR

  • Principles of effective rehabilitation

  • Soft tissue management tools (taping, DN, IASTM, manual release, floss bands)

  • Low vs. high threshold training

  • Strapping

Who can attend:

  • Physiotherapists who work in the field of sports rehab field and aim to boost their knowledge and skills.

  • Interns, students, and fresh graduates interested in setting a solid base in the sports physiotherapy rehab field.

Fee

Early bird registration fees (first 20 Seats) 

  • Inters and students: 5400 LE

  • Group of 3+ interns or students:  5000 LE (for each participant)

  • Graduates: 5800 LE

  • Graduates in a group of 3+: 5400 LE (for each participant)

Normal registration fees:

  • Inters and students: 5700 LE

  • Group of 3+ interns or students: 5300 LE ( for each participant )

  • Graduates: 61000 LE

  • Graduates in a group of 3+: 5700 LE ( for each participant )

Overseas registration fees:

  • Individual registration: 500$
    Group registration: 450$

For inquiries & booking:

Contact our office in Egypt

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