2017 Archive

Integrated Physical and Psychological Approaches to Treatment in Vestibular Rehabilitation

Presenter: David Herdman BSc(Hons) MCSP

Category: 2017, Club Recordings

Vertigo and dizziness are amongst the most common problems patient seek medical attention. A substantial percentage of persistent dizziness is not fully explainable in terms of an identifiable structural deficit but remains extremely disabling. Physiotherapists are more likely to encounter patients with persistent vestibular symptoms that fit criteria of a…

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Published on: 04.12.2017
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Philosophically informed physiotherapy practice

Presenter: Dr Clair Hebron, PhD, MSc, MMACP, MCSP, FHEA, PGCert, BSc(hons)
Principal Lecturer Physiotherapy at University of Brighton

Category: 2017, Club Recordings

This webinar will consider how our philosophical stance influences the way that we view knowledge and reality and how this is turn has an effect on how we conceptualise aspects of our physiotherapy practice. We will consider how our understanding of knowledge influences the way in which we view the…

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Published on: 09.11.2017
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Profiling Athletes: An insight into good and bad practice in sports

Presenter: Ian Gatt MSc OMT MAACP MCSP

Category: 2017, Club Recordings

The use of profiling systems in sport to reduce injury trends remains a point of controversy. Screening of athletes, does everybody do it and if so what happens with the data? How do the tests that have been chosen provide a performance impact for professional clubs/national governing bodies? What does…

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Published on: 03.10.2017
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Pilates: who really benefits?

Presenter: Dr Esther Fox BSc PhD MCSP
Chartered Physiotherapist

Category: 2017, Club Recordings

Pilates is a form of exercise which incorporates core stability training, flexibility, breath control and concentration. Pilates-based exercises are often used by Physiotherapists and Pilates classes are well attended by people with the aim of achieving differing outcomes, for example; reducing back pain, improving strength and flexibility and improving balance.…

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Published on: 05.09.2017
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Medical and Physiotherapy Screening in the Transfer Medical

Presenter: David Fevre MSc MCSP SRP

Category: 2017, Club Recordings

Think a football medical is a foregone conclusion? Think again. As we see in the national media every close season, a move isn't done until a player has passed a club's rigorous check-up with flying colours. It is similar to when you go out and buy a second-hand car –…

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Published on: 08.08.2017
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Embedding prevention into musculoskeletal physiotherapy

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

Category: 2017, Club Recordings

This session will review the prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and the impact that they have on individuals and on society. We will consider what musculoskeletal (MSK) health means and what threatens MSK health across the life course. We will identify some of the modifiable threats to MSK health and…

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Published on: 04.07.2017
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Achilles tendinopathy - what should we be doing?

Presenter: Seth O’Neill PhD, MSc, BSc, MCSP, MMACP,
PGCE (higher education)

Category: 2017, Club Recordings

This webinar will highlight an evidenced based approach to Achilles tendinopathy management, as part of this it is important to discuss which risk factors are important in disease development and which ones are amenable to change. A greater understanding of risk factors can help us individualise our approach to each…

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Published on: 06.06.2017
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Using hands on treatment within a holistic approach to physiotherapeutic care

Presenter: Clair Hebron PhD, MSc, PGCert, BSc(hons), FHEA, MMACP, MCSP

Category: 2017, Club Recordings

Why are the effect sizes reported in studies of manual therapy treatment so small? There are a number of methodological reasons why the effect sizes are predictably small; for example RCTs produce population data, and the figures included represent the average effect. As most clinicians recognise not all patients respond…

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Published on: 08.05.2017
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Outdoor rehabilitation of the Injured Athlete

Presenter: David Fevre MSc MCSP SRP

Category: 2017, Club Recordings

When an athlete ‘Returns to Work’ after injury it is essential that they experience the normal work based environment to complete the rehabilitation programme. Many variables exist away from the gymnasium and treatment room environment which they encounter in the early and middle stages of recovery. These final stage hurdles…

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Published on: 04.04.2017
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Paediatric Manual Handling

Presenter: Alison Rotheram Trained at Salford University Qualified
Chartered Physiotherapist MCSP,Post graduate in Healthcare
Leadership PG Cert HCL, NHS Leadership Academy Award

Category: 2017, Club Recordings

This Paediatric Manual Handling webinar will give advice to Physiotherapist's on the following • Top tips for handling children in a variety of settings including special needs • Equipment ideas for reducing back and knee issues • Back pain and how to reduce symptoms • Safer Principles of Manual handling…

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Published on: 07.03.2017
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Physiotherapy and Sports Performance

Presenter: Zach Bristow (B Pthy; Hons, DpPT, DNI, DNA, RM Trained)
Director , Sports Physiotherapist, Rehabilitation Coordinator
Phyxit Injury Rehabilitation Services

Category: 2017, Club Recordings

Join Sports and Rehab Physiotherapist Zach Bristow as he discusses the new avenues in which Physiotherapy may become involved within the realms of sports and sports performance. Practical examples and a wealth of knowledge is covered to provide an optimal outlay for physiotherapists interested in this area.

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Published on: 06.02.2017
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Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy - non-responders, what next?

Presenter: Chris Littlewood BHSc (Hons), MSc, PhD, Dip. MDT, MCSP, FHEA
Physiotherapist and Senior Lecturer,Keele University

Category: 2017, Club Recordings

Shoulder pain is a very common problem with 40 to 50% of people not reporting recovery six to 12 months after onset. Clearly, based on this information, non-response to treatment is also common. Disorders of the rotator cuff are widely thought to be the most common cause of shoulder pain…

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Published on: 18.01.2017
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