This extremely popular, dynamic & stimulating course is one of the true "must do" courses for any up and coming physiotherapist working in MSK outpatients, private practice, sport or the military.
Day 1 (anatomy, functional biomechanics & diagnosing hip & groin pathology)
- Functional anatomy review
- Joint biomechanics & movement patterns
- Subjective & objective examinations
- Adductor-related pathologies
- Abdominal-related pathologies
- Hip joint-related pathologies
- Manual therapy techniques
Day 2 (rehabilitating the hip & groin)
- Movement dysfunction & pattern recognition
- Functional examination
- Imaging & surgical considerations
- Structuring a rehab program
- Muscle impairment - low or high load?
- Rehab exercises - which exercise, when?
- Putting it all together
Tutor: James Moore MPhtySt (Manips), MSc Applied Biomech, BSc (Hons), CSCS
James is currently employed by the British Olympic Association (BOA) as the manager for the Intensive Rehabilitation Unit (IRU) at Bisham Abbey, and has worked with multiple sports throughout the UK, USA and Australia. James was Head of Performance Services for Team GB at the inaugural European Games in Baku in 2015, and Deputy Chef de Mission Performance Services for Team GB for the Olympic Games in Rio 2016. He has previously held positions such as Head of Medical at Saracens RFC, and consultant Physiotherapist for UKA and the RFU, where he worked through two Olympic cycles including London 2012, and helped in the preparation for the Rugby World Cup in 2011. He is also on the Board as a Director for Sports and Exercise Medicine (SEM) at the Centre for Health & Human Performance (CHHP) and was the medical team leader for Gloucester County Cricket Club.
He completed his Masters in advanced Physiotherapy at University of Queensland in 2000, and has undertaken further studies and qualifications in Strength & Conditioning, Pilates and Biomechanics. James has lectured on hip and groin injuries for over 10 years and has a strong research interest in hip mechanics; lower limb muscle architecture, with a particular interest in hamstring injuries and speed development.