Sports Rehab Lower Limb Course

Course/Conference Details

£250
NCORE, The Johnson Building, Locomotive Way, Pride Park, Derby DE24 8JE

52.9140041, -1.4572872

Trainer

Steve Miller (Grow Physio)

Course/Conference Organiser

Organiser name:

NCORE Training and Events

Organiser telephone:

01332 254679

Organiser email:

uhdb.ncore@nhs.net

Related website:

https://www.ncore.org.uk

Overview

This course is purposefully accessible for all healthcare professionals who are looking to develop their understanding and skillset when it comes to sports rehabilitation in the lower limb. The course will help develop your clinical reasoning skills for assessing and treating these patients but more importantly it will acquire the skills to consistently deliver patients back to sport: avoid reinjury & able to perform effectively.

    Course Aims

    • Acquire the skills to consistently deliver patients back to sport: avoid reinjury & able to perform effectively
    • Learn how to accurately assess common lower limb sports injuries
    • Establish the principles to Assign Accurate Timescales for injuries
    • Plan out your own criteria-based rehabilitation journeys
    • Effectively learn to progress rehabilitation from early stages safely through progressions to end stage
    • Prepare athletes effectively for the demands of running, sprinting and their chosen sport
    • Learn how to replicate athlete demands of sport into rehabilitation for performance
    • Practice Testing Athletes to establish their Readiness to Return to Sport
    • Explore Load Management and How to Safely Build up Training Demands
    • Introduce Athlete Screening Strategies, Improving Ownership & Injury Monitoring Strategies

    Who will Benefit

    This course is designed for therapists who are looking to develop their understanding and skillset when it comes to sports rehabilitation in the lower limb.

      Attendance Information

      • CPD Hours: 14

      Fees

      • Basic Rate: £250.00

      Contact:  NCORE | uhdb.ncore@nhs.net  | 01332 254679 | https://www.ncore.org.uk