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Paediatric Physio Survival Guide - Cerebral Palsy Vs. Typical Development

Presenter: Andy Ringer
Msc Physiotherapy
BSc Sports Rehabilitation

Category: 2020, Club Recordings

Working with children and young people (CYP) can be incredibly daunting and overwhelming. CYP are not just mini adults and can be incredibly complex to manage, both behaviourally and therapeutically. In order to be the most effective paediatric therapist possible, it is important to have a good knowledge base surrounding…

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Published on: 09.09.2020
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Impingement in the Sporting (& Non - Sporting) Shoulder

Presenter: Ian Gatt
MSc OMT MAACP MCSP BSc (Hons)
Head of Performance Services & Lead Physiotherapist - Great Britain Boxing

Category: 2020

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Published on: 03.06.2020
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Assessment and management of Anterior Cruciate ligament injuries

Presenter: Richard Norris
Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Specialist

Category: 2020, Club Recordings

- Relevant elements of the patient’s history - Diagnostic accuracy of history elements and clinical tests, including clinical pitfalls - Initial management of ACL injuries and principles of ACL deficient rehabilitation - Principles of rehabilitation after ACL reconstruction

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Published on: 07.05.2020
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Clinical reasoning and case formulation in musculoskeletal management

Presenter: Paul Lagerman
PG Cert in Pain & Pain Management
BSc Honours in Physiotherapy
BSc Honours in Sports Rehabilitation

Category: 2020, Club Recordings

Clinical reasoning is identified as integral to physiotherapy practice. It is the process by which the clinician generates and tests hypotheses based on information collected from the patient. The hypotheses based on the information obtained is then used to determine a diagnosis and implement treatment. Traditional clinical reasoning has been…

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Published on: 06.04.2020
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Injury in womens' contact & non-contact sport: causative and preventative factors

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

Category: 2020, Club Recordings

With the rise in participation in Women's sport more emphasis is required on the prevention of musculoskeletal pathology in this domain. Zach Bristow explains the preventative and potential causative factors associated with injuries in women's sport, alongside recommendations and the role of Physiotherapy moving into the future.

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Published on: 02.03.2020
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Hand & Wrist injuries in Boxing: Assessment & Treatment

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

Category: 2020, Club Recordings

Boxing is one of the oldest sports, and competition varies between Olympic and Professional style. The hand-wrist region is an important area in this sport, considering that it is used to strike the opponent in either the head or body. One can therefore appreciate why it is also the region…

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Published on: 03.02.2020
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Published on: 07.01.2020
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