Early- stage and middle-stage knee rehabilitation strength training

Leiðbeinandi: Nicholas Clark PhD, MCSP, MMACP, CSCS, FHEA.

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  • Dagsetning:
    11. júní 2021 - 12. júní 2021
  • Staðsetning: Húsnæði Ísí, Engjavegi 6
  • Tími:
    08:30 - 17:00
  • Bókunartímabil:
    9. apríl 2021 - 5. júní 2021
  • Almennt verð:
    67.600 kr.
  • Fagdeild verð:
    62.400 kr.

Skráning hefst þriðjudaginn 9. apríl 2021 kl. 12:00

ATH: verð fyrir aðila að fagdeild er 62.400 kr. frá og með 12. maí 2021

Early- stage and Middle-stage knee rehabilitation strength training. ACL, PCL, MCL and meniscus exercise rehabilitation techinques for the sports knee specialist. 

This Sports Knee Specialists Course Includes:

• Psychosocial Elements of the Biopsychosocial Model in Early-Stage Knee Rehabilitation
• New Concepts in Open Kinetic Chain and Closed Kinetic Chain Exercise
• Advances in Understanding Knee Functional Joint Stability
• Prehabilitation and the Five Stages of Sports-Specific Knee Rehabilitation
• Critical Considerations in Knee Functional Rehabilitation
• Neurological Concepts in Open and Closed Kinetic Chain Exercise
• Disinhibitory Modalities and Quadriceps Facilitation
• Evolution of Knee Rehabilitation Techniques
• Biomechanics of Knee Ligaments and Human Grafts
• Myths and Misconceptions in Graft Healing and Remodeling
• Indications for and Timing of Knee Ligament Reconstruction Surgery
• The Hidden Problems with ‘Accelerated Rehabilitation'
• Clinical Quantification of Knee Joint Loading and Ongoing Load Management Strategies
• Squat Exercise Biomechanics and Critical Clinical Modifications
• Rehabilitation Strength Training Guidelines for ACL Injury and Surgery
• Rehabilitation Strength Training Guidelines for PCL Injury and Surgery
• Rehabilitation Strength Training Guidelines for MCL Injury and Surgery
• Rehabilitation Strength Training Guidelines for Traumatic Meniscus Injury and Surgery


Markmið námskeiðs

To present you with the scientific information and rehabilitation strength training techniques necessary for you to have knowledge and understanding of advanced concepts in a biopsychosocial approach to early- and middle-stage knee rehabilitation, so that you're always able to design an athlete-centred, collaborative, clinically-reasoned, evidence-informed, and justifiable exercise rehabilitation programme for your agility-sport athletes with ACL, PCL, MCL, and meniscus injury and surgery.


Um leiðbeinandann

Nick has more than 21 years of clinical experience including work at London NHS teaching hospitals, at Saracens Rugby Union Football Club, in private practice with elite games players and contemporary dancers, and with British Army Airborne Forces and the Royal Marines. His past higher education experience includes undergraduate and postgraduate lecturing and external examining at several universities in the United Kingdom and United States including University College London (MSc Manual Therapy, MSc Sports Physiotherapy), King's College London (MSc Manual Therapy), and the University of Pittsburgh (MSc Sports Medicine). Nick's past and present research spans knee injury prevention and rehabilitation in games players (football, rugby, netball), lower limb injury prevention and performance enhancement in military Special Forces, and knee post-trauma osteoarthritis in games players and military personnel. He has been a Clinical Supervisor and Clinical Examiner for the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP), a manuscript Reviewer for Physical Therapy in Sport, The Knee, and the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, and a Research Grant Reviewer for the British Physiotherapy Research Foundation, Arthritis Research UK, and the British Medical Research Council.


Dr Nicholas Clark, PhD, MSc, MCSP, MMACP, CSCS.
Senior Lecturer - Physiotherapy, Sport Rehabilitation. Group Lead, Knee Injury Control and Clinical Advancement (KICCA) Research Group. School of sports and exercise science, University of Essex, United Kingdom. Knee Consultant Physiotherapist. Clinical Specialist Sports and Military Physiotherapist. Integrated Physiotherapy and Conditioning, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey.
Website: www.integratedphysiotherapy.com
Email: enquiries@integratedphysiotherapy.com
Twitter: @DrNickCC

Open and Closed Kinetic Chain Exercise in Early-Stage and Middle-Stage Knee Rehabilitation

Day 1
8.30am Registration
9.00am Introduction
9.15am Theory: psychosocial elements in early-stage knee rehabilitation
9.45am Theory: new concepts in open and closed kinetic chain exercise
10.00am Theory: prehabilitation and stages of sports-specific knee rehabilitation

10.30am Tea/coffee

10.45am Theory/practical: advances in understanding knee functional joint stability
11.30am Theory: critical considerations in knee functional rehabilitation
12.00pm Theory: neurological concepts in kinetic chain exercise

12.15pm Lunch

1.00pm Theory/practical: squat exercise biomechanics and clinical modifications
1.45pm Theory/practical: disinhibitory modalities and quadriceps facilitation

2.30pm Tea/coffee

2.45pm Theory: evolution of knee rehabilitation
3.30pm Theory: biomechanics of knee ligaments and human grafts

4.15pm Theory: myths and misconceptions in graft healing and remodelling
5.00pm Finish

Day 2
9.00am Theory: indications for and timing of knee ligament reconstruction surgery
9.45am Theory: hidden problems with accelerated rehabilitation

10.30am Tea/coffee

10.45am Theory/practical: rehabilitation strength training for ACL injury and surgery
11.30am Theory/practical: rehabilitation strength training for PCL injury and surgery

12.15pm Lunch

1.00pm Theory/practical: rehabilitation strength training for MCL injury and surgery
1.45pm Theory/practical: rehabilitation strength training for meniscus injury and surgery

2.30pm Tea/coffee

2.45pm Theory/practical: clinical quantification of knee joint loading
3.30pm Case studies
4.15pm Summary and questions
5.00pm Finish


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