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Concussion in the Sport Position Statement:  Part 1

Concussion in the Sport Position Statement: Part 1

There has been growing concern locally and internationally about the incidence of sport-related concussion and potential health ramifications for athletes. If managed appropriately most symptoms and signs of concussion resolve spontaneously, however complications can occur including prolonged duration of symptoms and increased susceptibility to further injury. There is also growing concern about potential long-term consequences of multiple concussions. 

This course will provide you with information regarding the timely recognition and appropriate management of sport-related concussion. It will also provide you with clear, unequivocal and reliable information to be readily accessible to all members of the community.

This Position Statement on Concussion in Sport brings together the most contemporary evidence-based information and presents it in a format that is appropriate for all stakeholders. This e-Learning course seeks to ensure that all members of the public have rapid access to information to increase their understanding of sport-related concussion and to assist in the delivery of best practice medical care.

Testimonials:

Excellent value for my practice.  Netsie Hamilton-Attwell, Physiotherapist, Darling 

Good value for my practice.  Khumbuza Reagan Cele, Physiotherapist, Stellenbosch

3

CEUs

400.00

Concussion in the Sport Position Statement: Part 2

Concussion in the Sport Position Statement: Part 2

Testimonials:

Excellent value for my practice.  Khumbuza Reagan Cele, Physiotherapist, Stellenbosch 

Very useful and interesting information.  Excellent value for my practice.  Maria Elizabeth Cochrane, Physiotherapist, Pretoria

 

There has been growing concern locally and internationally about the incidence of sport-related concussion and potential health ramifications for athletes. If managed appropriately most symptoms and signs of concussion resolve spontaneously, however complications can occur including prolonged duration of symptoms and increased susceptibility to further injury. There is also growing concern about potential long-term consequences of multiple concussions.  

This course will provide you with information regarding the timely recognition and appropriate management of sport-related concussion. It will also provide you with clear, unequivocal and reliable information to be readily accessible to all members of the community. 

This Position Statement on Concussion in Sport brings together the most contemporary evidence-based information and presents it in a format that is appropriate for all stakeholders. This e-Learning course seeks to ensure that all members of the public have rapid access to information to increase their understanding of sport-related concussion and to assist in the delivery of best practice medical care.


3

CEUs

400.00

Deep Dry Needling of the Head

Deep Dry Needling of the Head

Testimonial:

Excellent value for my practice.  Christine Wreyford, Physiotherapist, Polokwane

 

Deep Dry Needling of the Head

This illustrated Dry Needling online course covers:

  • The clinical presentation of TrPs in head and neck pain syndromes
  • Trigger points (TrPs) in headache and orofacial pain populations
  • Myofascial TrPs in temporomandibular pain
  • Myofascial TrPs in tension-type headache
  • Myofascial TrPs in migraine
  • Myofascial TrPs in other headaches

Illustration and needling instructions of Dry Needling techniques for the following head muscles are provided:

  • Zygomatic muscle
  • Lateral muscle
  • Pterygoid muscle
  • Digastric muscle
  • Corrugator supercilii muscle
  • Procerus muscle
  • Masseter muscle
  • Temporalis muscle

Their anatomy, function, innervation and contra-indications for Dry Needling are also included.

3

CEUs

400.00