|National Centre of Rehabilitation Education (NCORE)|
|Derby Teaching Hospitals, London Road Community Hospital, London Road, Derby. DE1 2QY|
|Tendinopathy - Prevention, Management and Rehabilitation of the Painful Tendon|
|Date:||16th October 2019|
|Venue:||London Road Community Hospital|
|Trainer:||Dr Marie-Elaine Grant Dip Physio. (NUI) PhD, SMISCP, MCSP.|
|Availability: ||Yes (18/09/2019 12:18:54)|
- The aim of this workshop is to address possible key factors relating to the prevention and management of Tendon Pain.
- All aspects of the principles and techniques incorporated in this workshop will be evidenced based.
- Highlight the factors which contribute to tendon pain.
- Develop a clear understanding of Tendon Pathology and how Load effects tendon.
- Practical Assessment of the painful Tendon and methods of identifying Sage of Tendon Pathology.
- Criteria to be considered for planning Treatment and Rehabilitation Strategies.
- Demonstration of practical of treatment and rehabilitation techniques with particular emphasis on the application of effective exercise techniques.
- Debate evidence based outcomes of conservative and minimally invasive surgical interventions.
- Workshop participants will learn the necessary criteria to make the best choices in managing and possibly preventing the problem.
- A clear understanding of the criteria required to plan an effective rehabilitation programme.
- The ability to assess the painful tendon and degree of pathology including the role of scans, biomechanics, the kinetic chain, special tests, palpation, loading and functional testing.
- Increase competence in the application of effective tendon treatment and rehabilitation techniques according to evidence based standards of practice.
- Understand the Do's and the Don'ts of load management of tendon - (in sick or healthy tendons).
- Understand why sometimes rehabilitation strategies don't work and competently consider subsequent treatment options.
- Attendance certificate will be issued.
|Fees / Funded Places|
- Limited funded places may be available for AHP's & nurses working for the NHS within
the East Midlands.