Presenters

Expert healthcare professionals in their respective fields with a passion for gaining and sharing knowledge

Tanya Bell-Jenje

BSc Physio (UCT)
MSc Physio (WITS)

Tanya is a manual therapist, international lecturer & developer of the Groovi Movements Physio Software.

She is a founder of Bell Rogers & Harris Physiotherapists and a Director of ‘Off Nicol Health Wellness & Rehab’ in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her earlier experiences revolved around her position as Physiotherapist for the SA Ladies Hockey Team & the South African Cricket Academy.

She was team physio at Commonwealth Games as well as the Sydney Olympics. She is an Honorary Lecturer at Wits University & has lectured at various orthopaedic congresses and presented numerous workshops pertaining to Physiotherapy for movement dysfunction both locally, in the USA, Middle East, India, Holland & the UK.

Her interests are in Biomechanics and Kinematics for an integrated approach to injury treatment and  prevention. All individuals should have the benefit of functioning optimally & painfree, regardless of if they are athletic or not.

Tanya’s courses have an Advanced Professional Level 2 (APDL 2) rating.

Courses

ZAR410
Elbow Assessment Webinar

Elbow Assessment: Tips and Tricks Online Course

42 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.

ZAR410

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

4 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
Management of Chronic Lower Back Pain

Online Course: Better Management of Chronic Lower Back Pain

19 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
Lateral Elbow Pain

Online Course: Lateral Elbow Pain – Differentiation for Better Prescriptive Management

35 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
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.

ZAR410
Lower Quarter Principals & Practices

Online Course: Part 1 – Lower Quarter Principals & Practices – Slide Presentation

8 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
In this overview we unpack the causes of recurrent or persistent dysfunction in the movement system, respecting the Biopsychosocial model.

ZAR410
Deep Gluteal Syndrome

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

28 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
Lower Quarter Principals & Practices

Online Course: Part 2 – Lower Quarter Principals & Practices – Live Patient Presentation

4 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
In part 2, watch Tanya assess a live patient who present with a lower quarter dysfunction.

ZAR410
Scapular vs Glenohumeral Dysfunction

Online Course: Scapula vs Glenohumeral Dysfunction – Which is the chicken and which is the egg?

26 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
The principle scapular dysfunctions implicated in Rotator Cuff Related Pain Syndrome (RCRPS) are a reduction in upward rotation &/or posterior tilt. These change the arthrokinematics of the glenoid during shoulder movement.

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thoracic pain

Online course: Simply the Thorax

111 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
The Buttock as a Source of Pain

Online Course: The Buttock as a Source of Pain – Differentiation & Diagnosis

31 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
Diagnosing the source of Buttock Pain can be confusing due to the conflicting findings of researchers that often focus on only one region or pathology within the buttock.

ZAR410
The Cervical spine

Online Course: The Cervical spine – An update on motor control, segmental control & function

18 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
Possible causes of recurrent neck pain, emphasising the importance of the neutral zone within the neutral position are discussed, as are the consequences of curve reversal and axioscapular links.

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Physiotherapy Principles & Clinical Applications

Online Course: The Elbow – Physiotherapy Principles & Clinical Applications

12 Students Enrolled

Presenter: Tanya Bell-Jenje
The Elbow consists of complex articular congruity & conformity. An understanding of the stability mechanisms as well as systems assisting in force closure, both local & proximal, allow the therapist to better manage patients with elbow pain.

Number Speaks

20

Speakers

3

Partners

350+

Students

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.
Sandra
Thank you so much – as always your courses are of high standard and quality. And the presentation went more than well! Congratulations.
Anne
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
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