Dates: 26-27 February, 19-20 March and 2 April 2022
This is an opportunity to advance skills, revise and improve cranial anatomy, learn, try alternative approaches, and tailor a course to suit your own requirements (all levels of expertise).
The delivery of the course will include some lectures, but a lot of the learning will be in groups of 4 with a tutor to enable participants to explore, ask their own questions and work at their own level and pace. There will be a high practical content to enable participants to incorporate their new skills into practice.
Speaker: Maggie Stacey A one-day practical workshop exploring the spectrum of conditions associated with dizziness, how to assess them and treatment options. This introductory course is aimed at manual and physical therapists who would like to feel more confident with diagnosing and managing this commonly seen condition in clinic.
Speaker: Dr. Eyal Lederman The workshop will look at the timescales for commencement of exercise after injury, surgery, and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. It will also explore how to challenge movement losses in the presence of pain; in particular, identifying when physical loading is safe and beneficial. The workshop will also discuss exercise prescription in relation to enhancing physical and sports performance.