Face-to-Face courses

Gakeemah Inglis-Jassiem

Transitions – Tools to Unlock Movement Strategies and Function

This 10-hour short course course will enable rehabilitation therapists to assess and facilitate movement strategies and transitions (moving within and between lying and sitting) in patients with neurological dysfunction (who are not able to sit independently). The value of these interventions to enhance movement strategies and functional restoration will be highlighted.

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Brett Phillips

Clinical Sports Taping – The Lower Limb

In this 10-hour short course, sports physiotherapist, Brett Phillips, presents taping techniques that are clinically relevant to numerous, common lower limb conditions. From hip pathologies, all the way to toe injuries, the most common lower limb injuries that can benefit from taping will be explored, and numerous taping techniques that can result in tangible clinical outcome improvements in your patients will be taught.

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Helene Simpson

The Chronic Ankle – Rehabilitation Strategies for Chronic Ankle and Foot Injuries

In this 10-hour short course, ankle and foot specialist, Helene Simpson will be covering the assessment, diagnosis and effective, evidence-based management strategies for chronic injuries of the ankle and foot complex. This is a practical course, and will involve learning assessment, treatment and rehabilitation skills that you can incorporate into your clinical management of patients with overuse/chronic ankle and foot injuries.

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Helene Simpson

The Acute Ankle – Rehabilitation Strategies for Acute Ankle and Foot Injuries

In this 10-hour short course, ankle and foot specialist, Helene Simpson will be covering the assessment, diagnosis and effective, evidence-based management strategies for acute injuries of the ankle and foot complex. This is a practical course, and will involve learning assessment, treatment and rehabilitation skills that you can incorporate into your clinical management of patients with ankle and foot injuries.

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