In recent years, the privatisation of healthcare has led to healthcare institutions being increasingly seen as businesses, rather than medical service providers for the community. In addition to this, with the increasing influence of medical aid companies on clinical practice and medical funding, this is becoming even more apparent.
In this Ethics webinar, the commercialisation of healthcare will be unpacked, and discussion held on the ethical considerations for institution owners, practitioners and patients.
In this 1-hour webinar, physiotherapist and pain scientist, Ms Gill Bedwell, asks the question, “Are we empowering our patients to play an active role in their recovery? Or are we promoting physio-dependency?”
In this 1-hour webinar, specialist tax consultant from Private Client Financial, Mr Jeremy Burman, will present on the topic of tax for practice owners and health practitioners.
He will outline important tax concepts that practice owners should be aware of, as well as providing insight into tax regulations in South Africa, tax deadlines, and what the tax responsibilities are of practice owners or health practitioners in this country.
This webinar will increase awareness among physiotherapists about the causes of sudden cardiac death in athletes, as well as the potential warning signs.
As field side practitioners in sports, the onus is often on us to manage these conditions in the acute phase. Therefore, this webinar will also look to provide an evidence-based outline of the acute and ongoing management of these patients.
This webinar series will outline the important anatomy, epidemiology and aetiology as well as the classification of acute traumatic SCIs. In addition, considerations for clinical assessment, management and functional re-integration with a South African context will be explored.
This webinar series will outline the decision-making process of when an athlete is safe and ready to return to play after injury.
The RTP criteria for different injuries will be explored, and general themes that guide RTP decisions discussed.
This webinar series will outline the requirements for effective field-side physiotherapy service provision. The required professional competencies, preparation for field-side services, preparation for team travel and the application of on-field neuromusculoskeletal injury assessment and treatment will be covered.
This webinar series will outline the pathophysiology of meniscal tears, and will present evidence for and against conservative and surgical management of these injuries.
In addition to this, rehabilitation goals, timeframes and appropriately prescribed interventions will be outlined and discussed, with reference to the evidence-base in this field of research.
This webinar will outline the clinical assessment and diagnostic features of posterior impingement in ankles. In addition, the evidence-based management of this condition will be explored.