Soft Tissue Rehabilitation of the Knee
Date to be confirmed
University of Brighton, Eastbourne, UK
So what can you expect
In this two day workshop our goal is to build your confidence in treating injured knees. Research points firmly towards progressive strength training as the most effective way to manage all kinds of knee pain. But were do you start the patient on a tissue strength programme? Do you need to be stretching them? How much is too much exercise and how little is too little exercise? These questions and many more will be answered in this course.
We’ve designed this course to help guide you in choosing the right exercises, loading and progressions to support your manual therapy work. All backed up with ExerciseLab’s dedicated, no fuss library, so you can deliver that programme to your client, knowing they will have every resource to support their recovery.
On this course we will cover:
- Understanding knee pain – BioPsychoSocial
- Common Pathologies
- Role of exercise prescription in soft tissue rehabilitation
- Principles and considerations
- Principles for individual adaptation
- Principles for tissue adaptation
- Tissue tolerance testing for the knee
- Designing an appropriate tissue conditioning plan
- Integrating exercise therapy into manual therapy
Who is this course for?
This course was designed to help those who deal with injured clients and patients of all types and is aimed at building your confidence to helping those with soft tissue damage around the knee. We welcome all bodywork practitioners and exercise professionals: Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Massage Therapists, Personal Trainers, Pilates and Yoga instructors and Athletic/Sports Coaches.
We will give you the pre-reading you need to be up to speed for the start of the course and develop your ability to assess and rebuild tissue tolerance for healthy knees.
Taught by Chris Newton and Greg Funnell, this course will be a fun but challenging day, full of practice, so you’ll be more than ready to start helping people on your very next clinic day.
Chris’ passion is in helping people with long term chronic pain. He uses a range of techniques like Manual Therapy, Functional Neurology and Exercise, along with working on patient belief systems to help them overcome pain. He has taught Sports Massage at NLSSM for 10 years where he helped to reform the Home Care exercise section of the course. You can learn more about Chris’ work at www.fibroproject.com and www.muscletherapies.co.uk
Greg has been involved in sport from a young age. He first started his interest in health and fitness playing in-line hockey on a national and international level. Greg understands that the mind has a significant part to play in the rehabilitation of pain and has built a reputation for supporting his patients through his hands on skills, exercise rehabilitation and emotional wellbeing. You can learn more about Greg at www.optimummusclecare.co.uk