top of page
Flyer 5x7 in.png


Sports Physiotherapy Rehab. Certificate

download (5).png


 January 2023



Teaching Team

Steve Miller

Steven worked in elite sport for Newcastle Falcons Rugby Club between 2014-2020. His additional experiences outside Premiership Rugby include roles with British Judo, Beach Volleyball during the London Olympics and Field Hockey at Glasgow Commonwealth Games. 


Steve is a guest lecturer at Newcastle University & Sheffield Hallam University and recognises the challenge in delivering clinical supervision, placements and exposure to professional sport. Subsequently, he launched during the COVID-19 pandemic to offer an accessible sports injuries e-learning platform to assist individuals: students to advanced practitioners to build their practical skills and clinical reasoning.

Hannah Wilkinson

BSc(hons) Physiotherapy Teeside University UK

MSc sports and exercise medicine .University of South Wales.UK


Rehabilitation Manager Mediclinic City Hospital Dubai.

She has been the team physio for the UAE women’s and girls rugby teams, worked at the ATP, world squash championships, dubai rugby 7 amongst others. Her passion however lies in endurance running injury management, gait training, injury prevention and performance. She has over 8 years experience managing professional iron men, international level runners to the weekend warrior.

The program will be delivered over 4 days with additional online learning materials and lectures to support the learners before and after the face-to-face teaching.


Our aim is to provide physiotherapists with skills and knowledge to manage a wide range of sports related problems and injuries successfully and confidently.

CME hrs. application in process

Who can attend:

• Physiotherapists working in the field of sports rehab field and aims to boost their knowledge and skills.

• Intern students and fresh graduates interested in setting a strong base in sports physiotherapy rehab field.

Program Overview

Block 1: Hannah Wilkinson

Principles of exercise prescription and progression

Strength and conditioning in rehabilitation

Muscle chain and role in rehabilitation 

Rehabilitation of shoulder injuries

Rehabilitation of elbow-related injuries 

Core stability in the rehabilitation in upper and lower limb sports-related problems 


Block 2: Steven Miller


Ankle injury rehabilitation

Achilles tendon and calf injury rehabilitation 

ACL injury rehabilitation 

Patellofemoral management 


Management includes the following package of treatment options: soft tissue management, sports taping, and exercise therapy.

Principles of exercise  progression and regression through rehabilitation stages will discussed and demonstrated in this course as we understand it is one of the key challenges in sports rehab. 

Program content:

  • Shoulder and elbow assessment and differential diagnosis

  • Lumbosacral, Hip, knee, and ankle differential diagnosis

  • Manual techniques for management:

  • Mobilisation for sports

  • Taping strategies

  • Exercise therapy and loading strategies

  • Key conditions to be covered

  • The principles of assessment and rehab discussed and applied in this program could be applied to a wide range of sports related problems.

  • With Specific emphasis on:

  • Shoulder pain and instability

  • Anterior knee pain

  • Elbow sports related problems

  • Tendon pathology

  • Hip and groin injuries

  • Muscle injuries e.g., Hamstring

Program fee:

Individual  registration: 3500 SR

Group registration: 3200 SR

For unemployed physios & students: 2800 SR

Group registration: 2500 SR

For inquiries & payment within KSA

059 504 3779


If you are interested to host one of our activities and get free seats or are looking for world class in-house training or you are a group of physiotherapists interested in training in a specific topic that is not currently in our course list, please contact

bottom of page