This course will explain why osteopathy has a key role to play in optimising sporting performance. This will be achieved through an understanding of biomechanics; anatomy and loading patterns and their application to the treatment approach. The course will demonstrate how principles applied to the elite athlete are equally applicable to the amateur sporting patient.
- Building the ultimate lower back
- Optimising sporting performance to be pain free
- Biomechanics of lower back pain in athletes
- Squats – assessment and best evidence in practice around low back pain
Delegates will gain an understanding of biomechanically driven rehabilitation programmes and how these can be used to optimise performance and aid recovery from injury.
- clear loading patterns in the lumbar spine
- how pain can arise from biomechanics and kinetmatics
- the role of the squat in management for lower back pain
- how to demonstrate rehabilitation exercises
- how to make a specific rehabilitation programme for an athlete including psychological aspects of management
Price: £300 (includes lunch and refreshments)
Since graduating from the European School of Osteopathy, Danny Mace has built his own successful sports clinic in Chelsea London, specialising in lower back rehabilitation and sports performance. Danny is heavily involved in Jet Ski Racing and has been British Champion 3 times, ranked in the world top 10 in 2017. Danny is very keen on personal and professional development, incorporating additional therapies into his practice including: shockwave therapy; acupuncture; ultrasound and sports performance & rehabilitation techniques. Alongside private practice, Danny works at the European School of Osteopathy as a Clinic Tutor.
For further information visit www.eso.ac.uk. Book online or contact the Postgraduate team on 01622 760816 / firstname.lastname@example.org