Exercise, Proprioception, Tissue Repair and Nutrition

R2,000.00

5 Videos, 3 online articles + 1 Ethics course
27 Ceu's Package, Dr Eyal Lederman - PhD in Physiotherapy (PT)Prof. Tim Watson - PhD BSc MCSP DipTp and Dr. Adam Cunliffe - Masters degree and PhD in Human Nutrition 


  • 1 Webinar 
    3 Ceu's Package, Dr Eyal Lederman - PhD in Physiotherapy (PT) 

    In this online video workshop Dr. Eyal Lederman will explore the role of proprioception in human movement, how this system is affected and recovers in musculoskeletal and pain conditions and how this recovery can be enhanced in rehabilitation.

    Proprioception is an area in physical therapies and training where facts are mixed with therapeutic myths to the detriment of effective management. This workshop will aim to untangle this mix and provide the participants with a better understanding of how to work more effectively with proprioception.

    Other topics explored in the workshop include:

    • Can the motor system be controlled by proprioceptors, i.e. control of muscle tone?
    • Are there proprioceptive specific exercises?
    • Is fascia the largest sensory organ in the body?
    • Can proprioception improve/recover with manual therapy?

  • The purpose of this course is to answer a frequently asked question ‘‘How precisely does exercise promote tissue healing?’’ 

    This is a fundamental question for clinicians who prescribe exercise for tendinopathies, muscle tears, non-inflammatory arthropathies and even controlled loading after fractures. What happens at the tissue level to promote repair and remodelling of tendon, muscle, articular cartilage and bone? 

    The one-word answer is ‘‘mechanotransduction’’, but rather than finishing there and limiting this course to 95 words, the authors provide a short illustrated introduction to this remarkable, non-neural, physiological process.

     

     


  • 1 Webinar
    3 Ceu's Package, Prof Tim Watson - PhD BSc MCSP DipTp

    In this online video workshop Prof. Tim Watson will examine the processes underlying tissue repair. There will be a discussion of the research, exploring the key events, control systems and the various influences of therapy interventions. This knowledge will provide a clinical basis for future treatment and an enhanced rationale for clinical decision-making in this area.

    The content of the online workshop will remain clinically relevant to enable immediate application.

    Testimonial:

    "Absolutely loved it. Prof Watson is very entertaining and easy to follow."  Liske Ayliff, Physiotherapist


  • Stiffness and restricted range of movement are the most common clinical presentations second to pain. This on-line course is ideal for all therapists who would like to help others to recover or improve their ease and range of movement.

    Are you familiar with the physiological events and psychological impact on body and mind following injury, immobilization or surgery and what is the best approach to support the body’s natural recovery process.


  • 1 Webinar 
    3 Ceu's Package, Dr Eyal Lederman - PhD in Physiotherapy (PT) 

    In this online video workshop Dr Lederman will explore exercise prescription from an osteopathic Process Approach perspective. This approach aims to identify the dominant recovery processes associated with the patient’s complaint and provide a management that is patient and condition specific. This unique osteopathic approach uses the individual’s own movement repertoire found in daily tasks and activities to provide the necessary movement challenges to support recovery.

    The workshop will look at the timescales for commencement of exercise after injury, surgery and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. It will also explore how to challenge movement losses in the presence of pain; in particular, identifying when physical loading is safe and beneficial. The workshop will also discuss exercise prescription in relation to enhancing physical and sports performance.

    The workshop is modeled on a functional approach in which the movement challenges are derived from the individual’s own movement repertoire. A functional approach is different to traditional remedial exercise practices that are mostly derived from the fitness/strength and conditioning industry. These traditional approaches are often unsuitable and ineffective for individuals recovering from various musculoskeletal and pain conditions.

    Condition specific management will be explored through a Process Approach. There are three primary processes underlying recovery from all musculoskeletal and pain conditions – repair, adaptation and modulation of symptoms. In the workshop the participants will learn how to supports these processes with remedial activities/exercise.

    In this workshop the participants will learn a current, science informed, approach that can provide a therapeutic continuum between the clinical session and the patient’s environment. This approach will allow you to develop more effective remedial and self-care exercise management that can be applied to a wide range of musculoskeletal and pain condition. In the workshop you will explore how your own remedial approaches can be integrated into the management. Overall, the workshop will provide you with knowledge to develop suitable movement / exercise and self-care plans to further assist the pace and success of your patients’ recovery.

    • All human physical activity is exercise
    • Be inducted to the life gym – using daily activities for rehabilitation
    • Discover “functioncise”: exercise prescription without ‘exercise’
    • Learn to construct a personalised and condition specific exercise management

  • 1 Webinar 
    3 Ceu's Package, Prof Tim Watson - PhD BSc MCSP DipTP

    A range of Electrophysical Modalities have an evidenced role in facilitating the repair of injured tissues. They are not equal in either their effects on the process nor the mechanisms through which they work. They are not best employed in isolation, but in conjunction with other interventions to provide an optimal care package. This online session aims to look at which of the modalities has a beneficial evidenced effect and in order to make the material clinically relevant and immediately applicable, we will consider how clinical decision making can be informed by the available evidence – which modality to select and when and for what reason.



  • There is a powerful link between the brain and nutritional status. This video will examine how diet, mood and cognitive ability are linked and this knowledge can be applied. From the development of the nervous system through to impairment in cognitive capacity in old age, nutrition can play a key role in enhancing and protecting the functions of the central nervous system. Fatigue states, depression and eating disorders will be considered. Examples of nootropics, natural aphrodisiacs and sleep and relaxation aids will be given.

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Starts: Thursday, January 1 1970 at 12:00 AM
Ends: Thursday, January 1 1970 at 12:00 AM