Club Recordings Archive

Exercise and the neurological population: challenges, benefits and future directions

Presenter: Rachel Young (MSc, BSc (hons), CSP)
Neurological Physiotherapist
Sheffield Neuro Physiotherapy
Associate Lecturer Sheffield Hallam University Doctoral Student Sheffield Hallam University

Category: 2018, Club Recordings

This webinar will identify the physical and psychosocial changes caused by neurological impairment. The challenges and barriers associated with exercise engagement for people with neurological changes will be considered. Research which has explored the benefits of exercise for people with a neurological condition will be summarised and I will explore…

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Published on: 05.12.2018
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Exercise Rehabilitation-The Forgotten Treatment Modality?

Presenter: David Fevre MSc MCSP SRP

Category: 2018

Exercise has long been ‘the bread and butter’ for physiotherapy, but as the demand for speedy rehabilitation increases, more fashionable and trendy treatment regimes are often the main component in the primary recovery phase, post injury. Patients are often handed a non-individual standard exercise sheet for their injury to do…

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Published on: 06.11.2018
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Moving & Handling in Early years and Primary Setting 

Presenter: Alison Rotheram MCSP HCPC

Category: 2018, Club Recordings

The presentation covers moving and handling young children whilst adopting a safer posture. Working in schools and nurseries. Back care and safer principles of manual handling. Basic anatomy and advice for back pain. Highlighting early years risk factors with manual handling. Introducing good practices for handling children. Delegation of duties…

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Published on: 09.10.2018
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Body perception and pain – a dynamic perspective

Presenter: Tim Beames MSc BSc (Hons) MCSP

Category: 2018, Club Recordings

Body perception is a general framework to describe perception, action and cognition and their relationships in a unified manner. Ordinarily we don’t have to consciously access our bodies. Pain however, necessitates a shift in our ability to access our bodies and may impact both our action in the world and…

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Published on: 04.09.2018
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Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation: a pragmatic approach

Presenter: Peter Gladwell PhD MCSP
Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist
Pain Management Service
North Bristol NHS Trust

Category: 2018, Club Recordings

This webinar will provide an overview of the evidence relating to TENS and chronic pain, including back pain, osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia syndrome. Cautions and contraindications will be considered, to ensure safe practice. The use of TENS by patients as part of their self-management will be the main focus of the…

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Published on: 14.08.2018
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Physical Activity Promotion in Physiotherapy Practice: A masterclass

Presenter: Anna Lowe MCSP, MSc, FHEA.
Public Health England-Physical Activity Clinical Champion

Category: 2018, Club Recordings

In this webinar we will review the evidence for physical activity as an intervention to improve health, both in the prevention and management of disease. We will explore some demographic information regarding physical activity levels and highlight the need to increase activity levels at population level. We will then consider…

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Published on: 02.07.2018
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Assessment and management of posterolateral corner injuries of the knee

Presenter: Richard Norris
Physiotherapy Knee Specialist
MCSP, Honorary Liverpool University Lecturer

Category: 2018, Club Recordings

The posterolateral corner (PLC) consists of 28 individual static and dynamic structures that provide stability to the lateral aspect of the knee. The lateral collateral ligament (LCL), popliteus tendon and popliteofibular ligament are considered the most important stabilisers, and injury to these structures can result in lateral and/or postero-lateral rotatory…

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Published on: 07.06.2018
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Unified Pathway for Foot Drop and Complex Gait Correction

Presenter: Jon Graham BA Bsc MSc MCSP HCPC reg
BA Psychology
MSc Cognitive Psychology
BSc Physiotherapy

Category: 2018, Club Recordings

Physiotherapists and Orthotists/ Podiatrists share a passion for improving the quality of life for patients by optimising their mobility through therapy, exercise, FES, Orthotic provision and more recently the use of exoskeletons. However, sometimes “we” can be like the blind men in the Indian parable who try to identify an…

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Published on: 15.05.2018
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The role of the MDT in TMJ management

Presenter: Helen Cowgill BSC(HONS) MMACP MCSP SRP

Category: 2018, Club Recordings

The role of the Multidisciplinary team (MDT) in the management of temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD) will be explored in this webinar. TMD is a collective term that encompasses pain arising from the muscles of mastication along with disorders of the TMJ. The aetiology of TMD is not clearly understood, however it…

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Published on: 20.04.2018
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Holistic Injury Management & Return to Play in Sports

Presenter: Ian Gatt MSc, OMT, MAACP, MCSP, BSc (Hons)

Category: 2018, Club Recordings

In sports, it is very easy to focus on an injury in isolation. The first aspect of injury management is to consider other aspects of the whole kinetic chain as either a contributing factor or even the source of the symptoms. Think about trigger points or referred pain from joints.…

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Published on: 06.03.2018
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Anterior Thigh Injuries in Sport Diagnosis and Rehabilitation

Presenter: David Fevre MSc MCSP SRP

Category: 2018, Club Recordings

Injuries to the anterior aspect of the thigh have a major functional impact on any sportsperson, both directly and indirectly. The quadriceps muscle group plays a key role in both biomechanical and functional aspects of human movement and is a key link in the lower limb chain, particularly in terms…

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Published on: 06.02.2018
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The use of behaviour change theory in Physiotherapy practice

Presenter: Marianne Hensman MSc

Category: 2018, Club Recordings

As physiotherapists our work frequently involves advocating changes in peoples’ behaviour. A large body of recent research has centered around the integration of behaviour change theory into physiotherapy practice. This webinar will aim to develop understanding of how behaviours become habits, the theory of planned behaviour and how we as…

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Published on: 09.01.2018
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