A one day evidence-based Masterclass exploring the fundamentals of strength and neuromuscular conditioning within rehabilitation settings. Delivered by Dr Claire Minshull, one of the UK’s most highly respected rehabilitation specialists and founder of Get Back to Sport.
This workshop aims to expand your knowledge on the detailed aspects of neuromuscular function and the key principles that drive adaptation and thus recovery.
You will learn immediately deployable skills and techniques to enhance your clinical rehabilitation practice and the subtle, but important changes that can translate into big gains for your patients.
Practical sessions will include programme design and evaluation and assessments.
THE WORKSHOP WILL COVER
- Components & determinants of neuromuscular function/dysfunction
- The emergency response: rapidly harnessing harmful joint forces
- Understanding strength
- Critical evaluation of the contemporary literature
- Specificity, overload, progression; the principles of resistance training
- Design of rehabilitation to optimise strength gains and neuromuscular function
- Circumventing pain
WHO’S IT FOR?
- Physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors & MSK rehabilitation professionals
- Applicable to both upper and lower limb specialists
Places are limited to 20. Make sure you book early to secure your spot!
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Cost: £125 per person
— 2018 DATES —
SUNDAY 25th FEBRUARY 2018: University of Bolton, Deane Road, BL3 5AB, 10am – 5:00 pm
WEDNESDAY 28th MARCH 2018: University of Nottingham, 9:30am – 4:30 pm
SATURDAY 21St APRIL 2018: Reading, Circle Rehabilitation Centre, 10:00am – 5:00 pm
MORE DATES COMING…
Claire has worked in the field of sports medicine for 20 years as a Senior Lecturer, Researcher, Consultant and as a Practitioner. She has designed, led and managed major clinical and non-clinical research trials, supervised several PhD students, and has published over 30 research papers in leading peer- reviewed sports medicine journals. She is regularly invited to speak at national and international academic and professional symposia, writes for sports magazines and, serves as expert reviewer for several scientific sports medicine and physiology peer- reviewed journals.
Claire’s research and teaching interests include the influences of exercise, training and rehabilitation on dynamic joint stability, neuromuscular, musculoskeletal and psychobiological performance. Her work also focuses on assessing neuromuscular function optimally and developing specialised rehabilitation protocols for enhancing functional and performance. Claire’s area of expertise means that she uniquely spans the gap between the physiology of conditioning and physiotherapeutic rehabilitation.