2021 Conference Programme

2021 Conference Programme

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Theatre A
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    Sport has seen a large increase in ACL injury over the last decade. To reduce risk factors associated with ACL injuries an understanding of the key aetiological factors associated with the injury is n ...
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    Mike will provide an insight into the work that goes on behind the scenes in professional football, from the sports science and medical staff. Working at a level where resources and equipment may not ...
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    The use of ice in the management of an acute injury remains a controversial topic, within musculoskeletal practice. Installed in us from an early age—when a bag of frozen peas was used in primary scho ...
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Theatre B
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    Lower limb sports biomechanics and peak/cumulative loading forces in common sports Factors related to injury risk in lower limb conditions Strategies to mitigate injury risk and enhance sports perform ...
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    There is now universal acceptance that the experience of pain is not restricted to a tissue issue where the biomedical model has been replaced with a patient-centred biopsychosocial approach. As a res ...
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    Student athletes rely on their sport and training participation to engage in social and physical activity yet when long term injury occurs, it is often a time of emotional stress, physical regression ...
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    There is a high-rate of overuse injuries in running and it can be difficult to treat in certain cases. Shockwave is a great modality which is beneficial in the management of chronic tendinopathy in ru ...
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    Interactive session with Mr. Andrew Goodall, specialist knee physiotherapist at Pure Sports Medicine London. We will review the full clinical assessment and diagnosis of the injured knee. We will revi ...
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    Interactive session with Mr. Andrew Goodall, specialist knee physiotherapist at Pure Sports Medicine London. We will review the full clinical assessment and diagnosis of the degenerative and arthritic ...
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    Exercise Prescription is a vital part of a therapists skill set. But we often make simple, yet fundamentally important mistakes and errors when it comes to prescribing exercise for our patients. We ca ...
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    Around one in four UK babies are delivered by C-section. What is the impact of this common surgery for your clients fascial health? In this talk we explore the physiological changes that occur to the ...
  10. Theatre B
Theatre C
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    In this session Mike James takes a retrospective look back over 25 years working in the industry and reflects on the traits and habits great therapists have. He outlines the things great therapists do ...
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    In this presentation we will discuss the use of percussion therapy (Massage Guns), how they work, why they work and how to integrate them into your practice. We evaluate the emerging evidence and use ...
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    Many therapists assume Social Media is an essential part of their business and marketing, yet they struggle to make an impact on it. Mike and Malcolm will discuss some of the common pitfalls they’ve e ...
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    Scar tissue is an unavoidable physiological response to trauma or surgery. The visible skin change is the superficial consequence of the healing process, any underlying repair is also inferior to pre- ...
Neuro Demo Zone
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Demo Zone 1 Neuro Focus
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Demo Zone 2
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    A brilliant session by Tim Allardyce on shoulder rehabilitation, looking at common conditions and the best ways to utilise exercise therapy to improve shoulder function.
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    Home therapy programmes play a valuable role in injury rehabilitation and pain. Often, the challenge is to persuade clients and patients that self-care programmes don’t need to hurt but instead can he ...
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Venn Innovations In Shockwave Theatre
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Theatre A
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    This session will describe the evolving notion of science in the arts, and the challenges that brings. It will explore fitness in dance, and how this contributes to injury prevention. It will highligh ...
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    Tim will examine a range of factors that have influenced teaching and learning over the past 3 decades using sports therapy training as an example which has enjoyed rapid growth since its’ inception. ...
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    Many therapists and therapy business owners strive for the advanced skills and concepts, yet often neglect the fundamental skills that they use 80% of the time, with 80% of their patients. Mike and Ma ...
Theatre B
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    Robert and Sonia will be discussing common factors involved in injuries in the gym. They will discuss how active problems cannot be solved solely with passive treatments utilising a bottom up, top dow ...
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    There is now universal acceptance that the experience of pain is not restricted to a tissue issue where the biomedical model has been replaced with a patient-centred biopsychosocial approach. As a res ...
  4. Theatre B
    There is a high-rate of overuse injuries in running and it can be difficult to treat in certain cases. Shockwave is a great modality which is beneficial in the management of chronic tendinopathy in ru ...
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    For an athlete to effectively return to sport following injury they should be physically and psychologically ready. However, in training and practice physical factors tend to predominate. This session ...
  7. Theatre B
Demo Zone 1 Neuro Focus
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Demo Zone 2
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    A brilliant session by Tim Allardyce on knee rehabilitation, looking at common conditions and the best ways to utilise exercise therapy to improve knee function.
  2. Demo Zone 2
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    Home therapy programmes play a valuable role in injury rehabilitation and pain. Often, the challenge is to persuade clients and patients that self-care programmes don’t need to hurt but instead can he ...
  6. Demo Zone 2
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