|National Centre of Rehabilitation Education (NCORE)|
|Derby Teaching Hospitals, London Road Community Hospital, London Road, Derby. DE1 2QY|
|The Problem Ankle|
|Date:||18th October 2019|
|Venue:||London Road Community Hospital|
|Trainer:||Prof. Graham N Smith GradDipPhysFCSP DipTP CertED Chartered & HPC Registered Physiotherapist Rehabilitation & Sports Injury Consultant|
|Availability: ||Yes (12/11/2019 23:48:41)|
Professor Graham N Smith qualified as a Physiotherapist in 1977 and as a teacher of
Physiotherapy in 1982. He is currently an independent rehabilitation and sports
injury consultant based in Glasgow. He has extensive experience in the treatment
and management of injuries at all levels of the sporting spectrum and has worked
with Glasgow Rangers FC, the British Olympic Team and numerous national
representative sporting teams. He was also responsible for establishing the Football
Association National Rehabilitation and Sports Injury Centre, Lilleshall. He is a Fellow
of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, a Visiting Professor at Chichester
University and a Visiting Lecturer on the MSc in Sports Medicine at Trinity College,
Dublin. He was also one of a small group of international presenters invited to give a
workshop at the fifth edition, Olympic academic programme of sport, medicine and
sports physiotherapy in the London 2012 Olympic Village. He combines his clinical
and consultancy roles with lecturing commitments both nationally and internationally
on rehabilitation and sports and musculoskeletal injury management.
To give physiotherapists an understanding of the functional and regional anatomy of the
ankle complex. Also, to identify the common injuries and problems likely to be
encountered in this frequently injured anatomical region. Whilst specifically focused on
musculo-skeletal problems the principles taught and demonstrated can be applied to all
spheres of physiotherapeutic practice.
- Attendance certificate will be issued.
|Fees / Funded Places|
- Limited funded places may be available for AHPâ€™s & nurses working for the NHS within
the East Midlands.