Digital CPD Courses presented by
Health Care Professionals

Evidence based courses which can be viewed in your own time wherever you are.

In your own time

Courses can be taken in your own time, where ever you might be.

Earn CPD Points

Earn your required CPD points while keeping up to date with the latest research and concepts.

Cost Efficient

Purchase the course you are interested in for a fraction of other courses.

Popular Courses


Ethics in Exercise

This Presentation will investigate ethical issues with exercise prescriptions and discuss what International bodies have proposed.

See more...

0% Complete
0/3 Steps


The link between aberrant breathing and chronic low back pain

Chronic low back pain is an extremely common condition, that is treated almost daily by physiotherapists all over the globe.

See more...

0% Complete
0/2 Steps


The Concept of Mobility and Stretching

The concept of stretching and mobility is somewhat a fad... But is it really? Stretching and mobility is everything, almost everything – and one thing is for sure, it here to stay.

See more...

0% Complete
0/2 Steps

Featured Presenter

This week we feature Briony Gildenhuys

Briony Gildenhuys

Briony graduated in 2002 from the University of Teesside in Middlesbrough, UK with BSc Hons Physiotherapy. She started her career working in a large general hospital in Birmingham, UK in a role that included ICU, medicine, surgery, trauma and orthopaedics, neurology, women’s health, elderly care, paediatrics, and outpatients as well as working in a multidisciplinary pain clinic. After a few years working in the UK she relocated to South Africa where she has worked in a variety of jobs in many different areas of physio both public and private. She was a chief physiotherapist at Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital in Soweto for seven years working in the orthopaedic, medical, surgical, neurological, burns and maternity units and also treating neurological, pelvic dysfunction and chronic pain outpatients, the latter two being services which she started in the department.

Her passions throughout her career have been rehabilitation and return to a functional and meaningful life for patients; continuous learning and training for herself; and teaching and development of fellow therapists and students.

She was a volunteer counsellor for numerous years at the South African Depression and Anxiety Group which included regular training and courses on dealing with complex emotional and psychological issues. Her specialist areas of interest are chronic pain, pelvic dysfunction and neuro rehab.

Briony is the current chair of the GEC of the Pain Management Physiotherapy Group, a special interest group of the SASP, as well as Gauteng branch chair. She is a member of PainSA, the South African chapter of the IASP,  and also part of the teaching team of the Train Pain Academy.

In Association with:

What Our Students Have to Say

As the current evidence used, and treatment approaches taught... Were very applicable to my current setting.The online experience was new, but was interactive. I would definitely do another one.
Jaime Crowie
Thanks Tanya and all involved for the online presentation. The shoulder really is complicated and there is just always more to learn.
Thank you so much – as always your courses are of high standard and quality. And the presentation went more than well! Congratulations.
I recently did the deep gluteal course - It was fantastic and solved my problems. Living on top of a hill and doing all my house work was the cause but your were the solution. Thanks so much🙏.
Kathy Hodgson
Thanks again for your courses! It has been great to access them from Limpopo, especially given all the difficulty it would involve to get from Limpopo to wherever you are lecturing, or trying to organize the course in Limpopo.
Michele Kroger
Thank-you for another brilliant course run by Lectureworx. The amount of research that the Physio's are doing to expand their knowledge, and therefore ours -by sharing all their valuable information/ experience, is astounding.
Debbie Prinsloo
Scroll to Top