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Pre and Post Conference Courses - Glasgow 2016

SPOTLIGHT ON PRE AND POST CONFERENCE COURSES

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As part of IFOMPT 2016 the conference committee have arranged some exciting pre and post conference courses from world experts in their field of neuro musculoskeletal medicine. Each weekly IFOMPT 2016 newsletter will be focusing on one of these courses.

  The Management  of Cervical Disorder : A research informed approach with an emphasis on therapeutic exercise.
 The Pre and Post Conference Team are pleased to welcome Emeritus Professor Gwendolen Jull and Dr Julia Treleaven to the conference programme.

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                   Gwendolen Jull MPhty, PhD, FACP         Julia Treleaven B Phty PhD           
This course will present the management of cervical disorders within a biopsychological model with an emphasis on therapeutic exercise. An overview of the research into the nature of impairments in neuromuscular, kinematic and sensorimotor control that may occur with neck pain/injury will be provided which informs a therapeutic exercise approach.
This course has a practical emphasis and will explore in detail, the assessment and management strategies for cervical neuromuscular, kinematic and sensorimotor dysfunction. The course also explores incorporation of other management techniques such as education, manual therapy with the exercise program in a multimodal approach to the management of cervical disorders.            
Objectives
The course aim/objective is to ensure that at the completion of the course, the participant will:
• Have a good understanding of the presentation of patients with cervical disorders within a biopsychosocial framework
• Have a good understanding of the impairments in neuromuscular, kinematic and sensorimotor function which have been found to be associated with cervical disorders. 
• Develop a good understanding of the clinical reasoning process for differential diagnosis of cervical disorders and the treatment directives from the assessment
• Develop clinical skills for the recognition and retraining of neuromuscular control in patients with cervical disorders
• Develop clinical skills for the recognition and retraining of impairments in kinematic control in patients with cervical disorders
• Develop clinical skills for the recognition and retraining of impairments in sensorimotor control system in patients with cervical disorders
• Develop clinical proficiency in the integrated management of the articular, muscle and nervous systems through a multimodal approach of patient education, manual therapy and specific therapeutic exercise techniques
Course Title The Management of Cervical Disorders
Duration 2 Days
Dates 2 and 3 July
Location Glasgow Caledonian University
Times 09:00 - 17:00 both days
 
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2nd & 3rd July 2016  Entrapment neuropathies from bench to bedside: pathophysiology, assessment and physiotherapy management

Entrapment neuropathies are the most common  peripheral nerve disorders. This 2 day course lead by Dr Annina Schmid, Dr Brigitte Tampin and Dr Colette Ridehalgh aims to provide a detailed insight into recent scientific advances in this subject.
                                                                        
Dr Annina Schmid                                    Dr Colette Ridehalgh                        Dr Brigitte Tampin                 
Course Aims
  • To enable the participants to understand the basic principles of pain physiology associated with entrapment neuropathies and to incorporate this knowledge into their reasoning framework 
  • To be familiar with the practical performance and interpretation of bedside neurological testing and quantitative sensory testing methods in the context of entrapment neuropathies 
  • To understand the available evidence for the efficacy and benefit of physiotherapeutic interventions in the management of patients with entrapment neuropathies.
  • To be competent in designing a targeted intervention for patients with entrapment neuropathies and to interpret changes associated with the delivered intervention
We would recommend booking early onto all pre and post conference courses, as places are limited and are starting to fill fast.
 
Course Title Entrapment neuropathies from bench to bedside: pathophysiology, assessment and physiotherapy management
Duration 2 Days
Dates 2 and 3 July
Location A129 (28), Glasgow Caledonian University
Times 09:00 - 17:00 both days
Course Fees £250.00 Early bird rate. Course fee will be increased to £295 after 4 April 2016

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                                                              Dr Jeremy Lewis PhD FCSP
Dr Jeremy Lewis is New Zealand born, and Australian trained and is a consultant physiotherapist, professor and has also trained as an ultrasonographer.  He has academic appointments at 3 universities.  He works in the NHS as well as working privately in central London.  He has been awarded a Fellowship of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.  He has been acknowledged as one of the 5 most eminent clinicians in his profession.
Course Title    The Shoulder Theory & Practice (11th Edition)
Duration    2 Days
Dates    2 and 3 July
Location    Glasgow Caledonian University
Times    09:00 - 17:00 both days
Course Fees    £250.00 Early bird rate. Course fee will be increased to £295 after 4 April
This evidence-based theoretical and practical course is based on extensive clinical experience in assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of shoulder pathology, as well as extensive reference to research publications from a variety of disciplines. Innovative models of shoulder assessment including the Shoulder Symptom Modification Procedure (Lewis 2009 British Journal of Sports Medicine) and methods for staging the assessment and treatment of rotator cuff tendinopathy will be presented and practiced. Emphasis will be placed on clinical reasoning to support management decisions.
Participants completing this course will gain a greater understanding of the anatomy, biomechanics, assessment and evidence-based treatment of this interesting and complicated region of the body. This course remains a work in progress and is continually being updated with the emergence of new research and clinical understanding. As a result, many people have participated on two and some on three occasions. This course will be fun, thought provoking, and provide opportunity to discuss ideas and share experiences.
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Dr Dylan Morrissey Dr Christian Barton
Course summary
Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is one of the most common injury presentations to orthopaedic, general practice and sports medicine clinics. During this course, the complex clinical reasoning required to provide an optimal management plan for the varying TF+PFP and presentations clinicians see every day will be explored. This highly practical and evidence based course will provide you with a range of knowledge and skills you can apply immediately in the clinic, whether you are a new graduate or experienced clinician. The course will be a mixture of lectures, discussions and practical workshops.
This is proving to be a popular course so book early to avoid disappointment.
Course Title Chronic tibio-femoral and patello-femoral pain – assessment and management
Duration 2 Days
Dates 2 and 3 July
Location Glasgow Caledonian University
Times 09:00 - 17:00 both days
Course Fees £250.00 Early bird rate. Course fee will be increased to £295 after 4 April
 
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