8TH MAY 2015

This is a fully interactive practical course specifically for the physiotherapists and clinical teams supporting elite footballers as well as individual practitioners who deal with a similar cohort of sports and women.  Mr Bajwa and a supporting Fellow will discuss and illustrate through practical physical examination the complex interaction of the groin and hip joint including femoroacetabular impingement, sports hernia and tendinopathy. Particular attention will be paid to specific issues for footballers both male and female.

Mr Agnello the supporting Fellow will give an update on the diagnosis of Ligamentum teres injury and the treatment options available including the option of ligamentum reconstruction. The current thoughts on successful rehabilitation of these patients will also be discussed.

The course will allow you to -

Evaluate athletes

Recognise injury patterns

Understand the rationale of investigations

The course will provide -

The principles of non-operative management

The timing of referral

An overview of the surgical options

Post-operative rehabilitation for hip arthroscopy and stem cell therapy

In preparation for the course you will be provided with a relevant reading list that will support your learning on the day.
Refreshments and lunch will be served throughout the day and CPD certificates will be issued at the end of the course.

For any further information please contact Rosie on 01223 266941 or CLICK HERE



AuthorRosie Browne