Balance Rehabilitation - Translating Research into Clinical Practice

Event details

9:00am-4:30pm
£220

London Road Community Hospital, Derby.

London Road
Derby
DE1 2QY
United Kingdom

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52.9141634, -1.4681851

Event Organiser

NCORE (National Centre of Rehabilitation Education)

01332 254679

uhdb.ncore@nhs.net

http://www.ncore.org.uk

Balance Rehabilitation - Translating Research into Clinical Practice

8th – 9th June 2021

Venue: London Road Community Hospital, Derby DE1 2QY.

Trainers: Lucy Gwynne, Physiotherapy Lead for Neuro-Rehabilitation for South Warwickshire Foundation Trust

Michelle Kudhail, Inspire Neurocare, Clinical Director              Ref. 2910

 

The aims of this course are to teach you how to assess and treat the multi factorial aspects of balance in a time effective way.

 

Course Aims

  • To provide a framework for multi factorial balance assessment in patients in community and/or hospital settings.
  • To develop a treatment programme that patients can follow in a safe and effective way with and without the therapist present.

 

Course Outline

  • Assessment of motor components of balance.
  • Evidence based treatments for retraining motor components of balance.
  • Assessment of sensory components of balance.
  • Evidence based treatments for retraining sensory components of balance.
  • Assessment of cognitive components of balance.
  • Evidence based treatments for retraining cognitive components of balance.

 

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course the participant should be able to:

  • Assess all components of balance in the clinical setting.
  • Evidence the reason for interventions using current research.
  • Develop a treatment strategy to address each aspect of balance.

 

This course is aimed at therapists working with people who have balance issues from any cause.

 

CPD Certificate of Attendance Awarded: 14 hours

 

Fee: £220 (Refreshments included)

Limited funded places may be available for AHP’s & Nurses working for the NHS within the East Midlands.

 

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