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Ethics Blurred Lines

Presenter : Jarrad van Zuydam CPD Points : 2 Course Outline An ethics talk given by a professional cycling doctor. Yes, really. In his talk, Dr Van Zuydam will attempt to convince us that the sport of cycling is far cleaner than it used to be (and far cleaner than many other sports claim to …

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Part 1 – Deep Gluteal Syndrome – Differentiating the Butt – Slide Presentation

Presenter : Tanya Bell-Jenje CPD Points : 3 Course Outline 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. In this Live Patient Presentation, we clinically assess, test & manage a patient presenting …

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

Presenter : Tanya Bell-Jenje CPD Points : 3 Course Outline 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. In this Live Patient Presentation, we clinically assess, test & manage a patient presenting …

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Ethics: Compassion Fatigue

Presenter : Kim Ballantine CPD Points : 2 Course Outline Compassion fatigue, also known as the cost of caring, is an occupational hazard in the helping professions.  It impacts individuals psychologically and physically and may have significant ethical implications.  However, tools are available for combating its impact. Compassion fatigue, also known as the cost of …

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Ethics in Exercise

Presenter : Georgia Torres CPD Points : 2 Course Description This Presentation will investigate ethical issues with exercise prescriptions and discuss what International bodies have proposed. Discussion of the code of ethics available in literature for the exercise scientist Discussion of the standards of ethics for sport and exercise medicine research Presentation of a case …

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Ethics In Sports Medicine

Presenter : Jon Patricios CPD Points : 2 Course Outline “Clinicians have been faced with difficult decisions arising from the competitive nature of sport since the time of the ancient Greeks. The relationship between promoting health and striving for peak performance may also be challenging as injury risks increase. The clinician’s dual goals of improving …

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Lateral Elbow Pain: Differentiation for Better Prescriptive Management

Presenter : Tanya Bell-Jenje CPD Points : 2 Course Outline The Elbow is rarely taught at undergraduate level, and yet is a frequent source of the presenting patients’ pain, disability & frustration. Many different pathologies fall under the umbrella of ‘Lateral elbow pain’ & these need to be differentiated out for proper management and advice. Structures proximal, such as …

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Part 1 – Getting back on track with Chronic Pain Patient – Slide Presentation

Presenter : Briony Gildenhuys CPD Points : 3 Course Outline The chronic pain patient can at times feel like an overwhelming patient. Often they arrive at your door with years of history involving specialists, interventions, scans and mountains of previous advice and treatments. They have often also done lots of their own research and have …

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Part 2 – Getting back on track with Chronic Pain Patient – Live Patient Presentation

Presenter : Briony Gildenhuys CPD Points : 3 Course Outline The chronic pain patient can at times feel like an overwhelming patient. Often they arrive at your door with years of history involving specialists, interventions, scans and mountains of previous advice and treatments. They have often also done lots of their own research and have …

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Part 1 – Lower Quarter Principals & Practices – Slide Presentation

Presenter : Tanya Bell-Jenje CPD Points : 3 Course Outline In this overview we unpack the causes of recurrent or persistent dysfunction in the movement system, respecting the Biopsychosocial model. Understanding concepts such as the neutral zone, motor control and relative flexibility is paramount and these principles are shown with their clinical relevance. Tanya discusses …

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Part 2 – Lower Quarter Principals & Practices – Live Patient Presentation

Presenter : Tanya Bell-Jenje CPD Points : 3 Course Outline In part 2, watch Tanya assess a live patient who present with a lower quarter dysfunction. A young girl with joint hypermobility syndrome, Tanya discusses and clinically reasons as she assesses and then plans her management. Watch tests being performed such as the dynamic lunge …

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Part 1 – Terminology, Classification and Grading of Muscle Injuries in Sport

Presenter : Dane O’Connor CPD Points : 2 Course Description The use of varying terminology and different diagnostic criteria when it comes to muscle injuries, results in the miscommunication between healthcare professionals resulting in poor management outcomes for our athletes and sedentary individuals. The purpose of these two presentations is to try standardise the use …

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Part 2 – The Classification and Management of Muscle Injuries in Sport

Presenter : Dane O’Connor CPD Points : 2 Course Description The use of varying terminology and different diagnostic criteria when it comes to muscle injuries, results in the miscommunication between healthcare professionals resulting in poor management outcomes for our athletes and sedentary individuals. The purpose of these two presentations is to try standardise the use …

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