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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ZAR380
Elbow Assessment Webinar

Elbow Assessment Live Webinar

3 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.

ZAR510
Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle in application to Yoga

Anatomy of the Spine in Application to Yoga

2 Students Enrolled
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.
ZAR550
Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle in application to Yoga

Biomechanics of the Knee in Application to Yoga

2 Students Enrolled
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.
ZAR550
Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle in application to Yoga

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

2 Students Enrolled
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.
ZAR550
Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle in application to Yoga

Anatomy of the Foot and Ankle in application to Yoga 

2 Students Enrolled
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.
ZAR550
Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle in application to Yoga

Anatomy of the Shoulder joint applied to the practice of Yoga

2 Students Enrolled
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.
ZAR410
Examination of the Hip

Hip Examination: A Practical to Accurate Diagnosis of Hip Pathology

4 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Dr. Quinton Accone

Pathology of the hip area may present as backache, lateral thigh pain, groin pain, hip pain and even knee pain. Cross referrals between doctors, specialists and allied health-workers are common, however the terminology of the diagnosis can be very different, which adds to the difficulty. 

ZAR410
A Whole Brain® Approach to Adherence

Online Course: A Whole Brain® Approach to Adherence: From Adherence to Growth

5 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Johan Olwagen

This programme will address the following topics:

  1. What the ethical code requires from practitioners
  2. The importance of good will and moral duty
  3. What brings success in physiotherapy a. Career interests b. Personality characteristics c. Learning needs
  4. What is adherence
  5. Factors involved in adherence
  6. The Whole Brain Model a. Left-Right brain? b. Upper-Lower brain? c. Triune brain?
  7. Our 4 different selves and the approach to the patient a. Your Hot Buttons b. When your resilience goes down c. What you fear and how this leads to stress d. When do physios become angry in the context of adherence e. Compassion fatigue & your response i. What do you do when you are in denial? ii. Applying the “Reverse Z model”
  8. Managing the patient a. The start: Good will and ethics b. The 4Qs c. Whole Brain® Intervention d. Managing your own and the patient’s self-talk e. Using the 4Ds f. The positive rollercoaster of change g. Applying the “Reverse Z” model with the patient h. Summary & closure
ZAR410

Online Course : Rehabilitation in Sport – There is no ‘One Size Fits All’

2 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
There are so many different sports, so many different levels of competency, skill sets and competition. Also, each individual athlete can respond profoundly differently to a specific injury, both physically and psychologically, as well as to the prescribed rehabilitation. For these reasons, and many others, there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach.
ZAR410
Lateral Ankle Sprains

Online Course :Lateral Ankle Sprains and Chronic Ankle Instability

1 Student Enrolled
Presenter: Lindsay Harris
In this presentation Lindsay takes the time to explain why this topic should attract our attention. The epidemiology of Lateral Ankle Sprains is fascinating. It accounts for 85% of all sports related injuries.
ZAR410
Covid-19 Storm

Online Course :The Gift in the Covid-19 Storm: A Focus on the Mental Wellness Challenge and Ethics

4 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Kim Ballantine
Compassion fatigue, stress and burnout were occupational hazard in the helping professions prior to COVID-19. However, the pandemic has brought additional issues such as moral injury, pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Burn-in to the fore, issues that both healthcare providers and their client base will be facing.
ZAR410

Online Course: Knee Examination

3 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Mike Barrow
Before examining a patient with a knee complaint, the clinician must be aware of a broad range of conditions that may present with a knee problem and conditions which may mimic knee pathology.
ZAR410
The shoulder girdle

Online Course Part 1 : A logical and Repeatable Approach to Assessment of the Shoulder – Slide Presentation

5 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Neil Cable
There are many reasons why the assessment of a patient with a shoulder problem is often approached with apprehension and uncertainty. The shoulder girdle is a complex, integrated unit made of interconnected structures and even more complex mechanics.
ZAR410
The shoulder girdle

Online Course Part 2 : A logical and Repeatable Approach to Assessment of the Shoulder – Live Patient Presentation

2 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Neil Cable
There are many reasons why the assessment of a patient with a shoulder problem is often approached with apprehension and uncertainty.
ZAR280

Online Course: Inflammation & Chronic Disease

4 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Francesca Esposito
It is now well recognised that a link exists between chronic, low-grade inflammation and a wide range of medical conditions and health issues, including cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, autoimmune conditions, arthritis, and neurodegenerative diseases.
ZAR410
functional-assessment

Online Course: A Functional Assessment of the SIJ

9 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Fiona Lamberti
Kinematics of the pelvic girdle, Osteokinematics of the pelvic girdle during the One Leg Standing test, Flexion and Extension of the lumbar spine
ZAR410
thoracic pain

Online course: Simply the Thorax

102 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
Brought to you by Eduworks, Simply the Thorax is a 90 minute live Webinar aimed at increasing your understanding of the role of, treatment of and rehab of the thoracic spine, ‘Simply’.
ZAR410
post-natal-physiotherapy-in-the-time-of-covid

Online Course: Post Natal Physiotherapy in the Time of COVID

6 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Samantha Nupen
Post-natal physiotherapy is a hugely rewarding area of physiotherapy. It is so good for the physiotherapist’s soul. The post-natal ward is a happy place. It’s a place where special things are happening.
ZAR410
Income Protection

Online Course: Introduction to Financial Planning

1 Student Enrolled
Presenter: Kevin McEvoy
The intention of the presentation is to provide a brief, high-level overview of what Financial Planning is. Students should be in a much better position to understand the process, the pitfalls, ...
ZAR410
Tendons & Ligaments

Online Course: The Effects of Hormones on Tendons & Ligaments

3 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Mande Scheepmaker
Tendons and ligaments are crucial structures inside the musculoskeletal system. Many issues in the treatment of tendon and ligament diseases and injuries have yet not been resolved sufficiently.
ZAR410
CPD Course: The Female Athlete

Online Course: The Female Athlete

17 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Sue Fuller-Good
Females who participate in sports either very competitively or recreationally or anywhere along the spectrum in between are at risk of suffering very specific challenges and problems.
ZAR280
Spinal Surgery : Procedures and Preoperative Physiotherapy

Online Course: Part 1 – Spinal Surgery : Procedures and Preoperative Physiotherapy

21 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Kayleigh Brien
With the rates of spinal surgery increasing, physiotherapists need to be familiar with what surgery entails, as well as the indications – some of which are less specific than others.
ZAR280
Part 2 – Spinal Surgery : Acute and Late Stage Physiotherapy

Online Course: Part 2 – Spinal Surgery : Acute and Late Stage Physiotherapy

15 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Kayleigh Brien
In Part 2 we review current practice and evidence regarding early mobilisation and the use of orthoses like collars and braces. Consideration is given to post-operative movement restrictions implemented from the acute phase.
ZAR410
Management of Chronic Lower Back Pain

Online Course: Better Management of Chronic Lower Back Pain

15 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
Up to 85% of people living in Africa experience low back pain annually. Assessment of provocative factors such as sustained postures and positions that create persistent structural overload is needed.
ZAR410
Ethics in cycling - Blurred Lines

Online Course: Ethics Blurred Lines

27 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Jarrad van Zuydam
Dr Van Zuydam has been part of the professional peloton since late 2012 when he joined Team MTN Qhubeka as a team physician. He later became the head doctor at the team and subsequently moved to Team UAE Emirates as a team doctor.
ZAR410
Cervical Spine and Cervicogenic Headaches

Online Course: Part 1 – The Cervical Spine and Cervicogenic Headaches – Slide Presentation

14 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Fiona Lamberti
Differentiation of headaches. Migraine, Tension Type, Cluster and Cervicogenic, Differentiating cervicogenic dizziness from other causes of dizziness.
ZAR410
Cervical Spine and Cervicogenic Headaches

Online Course: Part 2 – The cervical Spine and Cervicogenic Headaches – Live Patient Presentation

13 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Fiona Lamberti
Differentiation of headaches. Migraine, Tension Type, Cluster and Cervicogenic, Differentiating cervicogenic dizziness from other causes of dizziness.
ZAR410
Deep Gluteal Syndrome

Online Course: Part 1 – Deep Gluteal Syndrome – Differentiating the Butt – Slide Presentation

27 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
Differentiating the source of buttock pain can often be challenging. Many structures can both refer to the region as well be the source of local pathology in this highly nociceptive area.
ZAR410
Deep Gluteal Syndrome

Online Course: Part 2 – Deep Gluteal Syndrome – Differentiating the Butt – Live Patient Presentation

20 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
Differentiating the source of buttock pain can often be challenging. Many structures can both refer to the region as well be the source of local pathology in this highly nociceptive area.
ZAR410
Compassion Fatigue

Online Course: Ethics: Compassion Fatigue

38 Students Enrolled
Presenter: Kim Ballantine
Compassion fatigue, also known as the cost of caring, is an occupational hazard in the helping professions.
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