Examination of the knee
examination of the knee
presented by Mike Barrow
Specialist Knee Orthopaedic Surgeon
Assessing the shoulder
assessing the shoulder
presented by Dr. Neil Cable
Specialist Shoulder Orthopaedic Surgeon
Inflammation & chronic disease
inflammation & chronic disease
With Francesca Esposito
“Every time you eat or drink, you are either fighting a disease or fighting it!”
Heather Morgan
Simply the Thorax
Simply the Thorax
Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
Introduction to Financial Planning
Introduction to Financial Planning
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ZAR585
Upper Quarter

2023 Going Global: The Online Upper Quarter Course Part 1 of 6

29 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

The Upper Quarter is an integrated physiological system both anatomically & biomechanically. For this reason, assessment & management of upper quarter pain & dysfunction should respect various co-relationships for best outcomes.

ZAR585
Upper Quarter

2023 Going Global: The Online Upper Quarter Course Part 2 of 6

26 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

The Upper Quarter is an integrated physiological system both anatomically & biomechanically. For this reason, assessment & management of upper quarter pain & dysfunction should respect various co-relationships for best outcomes.

ZAR585
Upper Quarter

2023 Going Global: The Online Upper Quarter Course Part 3 of 6

1 Student Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

Participants are taught to clinically reason research articles, testing procedures, and hypothesise potentially implicated structures to reason best management for each individual.

ZAR585
Upper Quarter

2023 Going Global: The Online Upper Quarter Course Part 4 of 6

1 Student Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

This course is suited for the therapist involved in the treatment of patients with acute, unresolved or persistent pain or dysfunction of Upper Quarter origin.

ZAR585
Upper Quarter

2023 Going Global: The Online Upper Quarter Course Part 5 of 6

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

This course is suited for the therapist involved in the treatment of patients with acute, unresolved or persistent pain or dysfunction of Upper Quarter origin.

ZAR585
Upper Quarter

2023 Going Global: The Online Upper Quarter Course Part 6 of 6

1 Student Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

This course is suited for the therapist involved in the treatment of patients with acute, unresolved or persistent pain or dysfunction of Upper Quarter origin. Skills taught on this course can be applied equally to the sporty (recreational & elite) as well as the inactive patient, from young children to the elderly.

ZAR435
HSD to Hypermobility type Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Talk

Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder & Hypermobility type Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (HSD & hEDS)

29 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

From HSD to Hypermobility type Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (hEDS). We’re excited to announce an upcoming live presentation by an experienced physiotherapist, Tanya Bell-Jenje

ZAR895
Dry Needling Course

ODNS Dry Needling Level 2 Online

62 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Bruce Barker

ODNS teaches an integrated approach to Trigger point needling and pathology, providing the student with a thorough understanding of the MTrP and how it is affected by Dry Needling. This online theory of needling course is designed to be completed before attending the 2-day intensive practical In-Person training course.

ZAR435

Shoulder Joint Assessment

29 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Lindsay Harris

In this presentation you will learn how to assess the Shoulder Joint. The subjective assessment will be explained. The steps of the objective assessment will be guided both theoretically and practically. Following this, Lindsay will assess an unseen Shoulder Patient. Through this assessment, she will explain her clinical reasoning of this patient. A diagnosis will be discussed. Followed by a treatment plan.

ZAR435

Comprehensive Foot and Ankle Assessment: From Evaluation to Diagnosis

13 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Lindsay Harris

In this presentation you will learn how to assess the Foot and Ankle. The subjective assessment will be processed. The steps of the objective assessment will be guided both theoretically and practically. Following this, Lindsay will assess an unseen Foot and Ankle Patient. Through this assessment, she will highlight the assessment, and explain her clinical reasoning of this patient. A diagnosis will be discussed. Followed by a treatment plan.

At the end of this session, you should feel more comfortable with the Foot and Ankle Assessment. You will have a guide as to how to take the assessment into your rooms and assess any foot or ankle patient that enters your practice.

ZAR585

The Overhead Shoulder: A focus on overhead pathology, function & recovery for the overhead athlete or worker

81 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
Part 1

  • The integrated multistructural pathogenesis of shoulder pain. A focus on the overhead worker
  • Clinically Applied functional anatomy
  • Shoulder Pathology’s including indications for Shoulder replacement...
ZAR585

2022 Going Global: The Lower Quarter Course Part 1 of 6

53 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

In this 2 hour webinar recording, we are happy to bring you Part 1 of Tanya’s internationally acclaimed Lower Quarter course.

This Clinically relevant course introduces the clinician to concepts necessary to evaluating the movement system as a whole...

ZAR585

2022 Going Global: The Lower Quarter Course Part 2 of 6

48 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

This is a 2 hour webinar recording, where we continue to discuss the following topics:

  • Functional Biomechanics & Clinical Anatomy of the lumbar spine, pelvis, hip & lower limbs.
  • To understand anatomy & its clinical relevance...
ZAR585

2023 Going Global: The Lower Quarter Course Part 3 of 6

5 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

This is Part 3 of Tanya’s 6 part Online internationally acclaimed Lower Quarter course. Ideally the Lower Quarter Online course Part 1 and 2 should be completed before doing Part 3.

This is a 2 hour webinar recording, where we discuss ...

ZAR585

2023 Going Global: The Lower Quarter Course Part 4 of 6

3 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

This is Part 4 of Tanya’s 6 part Online internationally acclaimed Lower Quarter course. This Clinically relevant course introduces the clinician to concepts necessary to evaluating the movement system as a whole, respecting the Biopsychosocial model, aimed at finding the primary source of the problem...

ZAR585

2023 Going Global: The Lower Quarter Course Part 5 of 6

4 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

This is Part 5 of Tanya’s 6 part Online internationally acclaimed Lower Quarter course. This Clinically relevant course introduces the clinician to concepts necessary to evaluating the movement system as a whole, respecting the Biopsychosocial model, aimed at finding the primary source of the problem...

ZAR585

2023 Going Global: The Lower Quarter Course Part 6 of 6

2 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

This is Part 5 of Tanya’s 6 part Online internationally acclaimed Lower Quarter course. This Clinically relevant course introduces the clinician to concepts necessary to evaluating the movement system as a whole, respecting the Biopsychosocial model, aimed at finding the primary source of the problem...

ZAR435

Ethics: Understanding LGBTQIA: Embracing Diversity and Identity

14 Students Enrolled

Presenters: Yahto Kraft, Kristy Suttner, and Thulani Ndzotyana

Join us for an enlightening evening with Yahto Kraft (supported by Thulani Ndzotyana & Kristy Suttner) as he takes us on his fascinating journey of identity & self discovery. His adventures being a queer performer in SA and abroad, and what that means...

ZAR435
Elbow Assessment Locally & Globally - Online Course

“Exploring Elbow Assessment: An In-depth Analysis from Local to Global Perspectives”

7 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

The elbow is a complex & poorly understood multistructural articular system. It is rarely taught at undergraduate level, yet every week patients are approaching clinics for help with persistent pain & functional limitations from a painful &/or stiff elbow.

This Clinically relevant course introduces the clinician to concepts necessary to evaluating the movement system as a whole, respecting the Biopsychosocial model, aimed at finding the primary source of the problem.

Thereafter, watch Tanya assess a patient with a history of chronic lateral elbow pain. The assessment includes the interpretation of a disability questionnaire, the full subjective assessment, the objective assessment, clinical reasoning (interpretation of findings) & planned management. The assessment is elbow specific, using tricks & tips to extrapolate the most information to identify the sources/s of the patient’s pain &/or functional limitations.

ZAR895
Dry Needling Course

ODNS Dry Needling Level 1 Online

185 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Bruce Barker

ODNS teaches an integrated approach to Trigger point needling and pathology, providing the student with a thorough understanding of the MTrP and how it is affected by Dry Needling.

The online course is presented in combination videos and articles and includes exam questions for each section. This online portion must be completed before the practical course, and will fulfill written examination requirements for dry needling courses.

Course outline:

  • historical overview
  • the neurophysiology of superficial and deep dry needling
  • ethics, precautions and contraindications
  • dry needling for radicular pain
  • clinical reasoning with the role of agonists and antagonists.
ZAR435
Ethics and the Generation Gap

Ethics and the Generation Gap

20 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Kristy Suttner & Thulani Ndzotyana

For years we have considered the subject of Ethics to be one that is clear: honesty, integrity, transparency. Cut and dry almost. But then along came the Millenials with a whole new way of viewing the world. And as with most things, just when acclimatization has taken place...

ZAR435
Elbow Assessment Webinar

Elbow Assessment: Tips and Tricks

23 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje

In clinical practice we are often faced with patients presenting with elbow pain. What on first glance is a simple joint to assess & treat, often rears its obstinate head with multiple complexing presentations, histories of persistent pain & often hyperalgesia with associated contributing factors from other neural, vascular & musculo-skeletal structures.

ZAR585
Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle in application to Yoga

Anatomy of the Spine in Application to Yoga

6 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Lindsay Harris & Theresa Moodie

Join Physiotherapist Lindsay Harris and Yoga teacher & teacher trainer Theresa Moodie as they collaborate to revise, discuss and apply Yoga specific movement patterns in this Anatomy workshop.

ZAR585
Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle in application to Yoga

Biomechanics of the Knee in Application to Yoga

4 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Lindsay Harris & Theresa Moodie

Join Physiotherapist Lindsay Harris and Yoga teacher & teacher trainer Theresa Moodie as they collaborate to revise, discuss and apply Yoga specific movement patterns in this Anatomy workshop.

ZAR585
Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle in application to Yoga

Anatomy of the Hip joint in application to teaching methodology in Yoga

3 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Lindsay Harris & Theresa Moodie

Join Physiotherapist Lindsay McEvoy and Yoga teacher & teacher trainer Theresa Moodie as they collaborate to revise, discuss and apply Yoga specific movement patterns in this Anatomy workshop.

ZAR585
Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle in application to Yoga

Anatomy of the Foot and Ankle in application to Yoga

3 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Lindsay Harris & Theresa Moodie

Join Physiotherapist Lindsay Harris and Yoga teacher & teacher trainer Theresa Moodie as they collaborate to revise, discuss and apply Yoga specific movement patterns in this Anatomy workshop.

ZAR585
Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle in application to Yoga

Anatomy of the Shoulder joint applied to the practice of Yoga

3 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Lindsay Harris & Theresa Moodie

Join Physiotherapist Lindsay Harris and Yoga teacher & teacher trainer Theresa Moodie as they collaborate to revise, discuss and apply Yoga specific movement patterns in this Anatomy workshop.

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