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An Introduction to Graded Motor Imagery

Presenter: Tim Beames MSc BSc (Hons) MCSP

Category: 2019, Club Recordings

Graded Motor Imagery (GMI) is a novel treatment approach designed originally for complex and persistent pain problems. There are three elements that collectively make up GMI; implicit motor imagery, explicit motor imagery and mirror therapy. There is a small but growing evidence base to support the use of GMI, particularly…

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Published on: 12.08.2019
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Wearables in musculoskeletal rehabilitation

Presenter: Dr Karen Hambly
Senior Lecturer ,University of Kent

Category: 2019, Club Recordings

Musculoskeletal rehabilitation utilises loading for the purpose of eliciting specific positive tissue responses, such as increases in peak strength, endurance or range of motion. Progressive tissue loading is extensively used in rehabilitation to stimulate structural, biochemical and neuromuscular adaptations whilst minimising the risk of reinjury. One of the main objectives…

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Published on: 09.07.2019
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The role of physiotherapy in supporting people with long-term conditions to be more active

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

Category: 2019, Club Recordings

There is overwhelming evidence that active living promotes both mental and physical health, yet we know that approximately one fifth of men and a quarter of women in England are not active enough for good health. People with LTCs or any type of disability are far less likely to be…

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Published on: 03.06.2019
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Knee articular cartilage rehabilitation - where are we now

Presenter: Dr Karen Hambly
Senior Lecturer , University of Kent

Category: 2019, Club Recordings

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Published on: 10.05.2019
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Perturbation Training for balance training in sporting and non-sporting populations, including elderly fallers

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

Category: 2019, Club Recordings

Postural control is the foundation of our ability to move independently and safely in any chosen environment. There is an unexpected commonality to the rehabilitation of injured athletes and elderly fallers and in that both these clinical populations need to be able to make the appropriate postural adaptations in response…

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Published on: 09.04.2019
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Assessment and management of lateral hip pain (greater trochanteric pain syndrome/gluteal tendinopathy)

Presenter: Richard Norris
Cofounder & Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Specialist

Category: 2019, Club Recordings

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Published on: 14.03.2019
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Objective Measures for the Upper Limb in Sports

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

Category: 2019, Club Recordings

In sports, subjective measures from athletes can provide useful information towards the clinical diagnosis of an upper limb injury however, without robust objective measures we would be neglecting crucial information. Range of motion and strength measures are probably the most basic and important measures required to assist planning a return…

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Published on: 05.02.2019
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Rehabilitation following Femero-Acetabular Impingement (FAI) surgery in the athlete

Presenter: David Fevre MSc MCSP SRP

Category: 2019, Club Recordings

The hip joint is the fulcrum point of the entire human body as it articulates the upper and lower extremities and can influence both areas, either in isolation or as a complete unit. In rehabilitation terms, its role either indirectly or directly in relation to injury should never be overlooked.…

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Published on: 08.01.2019
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