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ACL Rehabilitation

ACL Rehabilitation

Testimonials:

Very well presented and much clarity on the main points. Thank you.  Excellent value for my practice.  Dustin Du Toit, Biokineticist, Kimberley 

Excellent value for my practice.  Irma Krause, Physiotherapist, Cape Town 

Excellent value for my practice.  Mzamo Madolo, Physiotherapist, Midrand 

Good value for my practice.  Raeesa Shaik-Dada, Biokineticist, Johahnnesburg

Very good webinar. The speaker was very knowledgeable and it was very informative.  Excellent value for my practice.  Rachel McMahon, Biokineticist, Johanesburg

Very informative.  Excellent value for my practice.  Lelani Swart, Biokineticist, Windhoek

Excellent value for my practice.  Dawn Halkett, Physiotherapist, Cape Town

Very interesting and visual presentation. Great way to look at an injury and rehab as a whole with scientific and tested backing.  Excellent value for my practice.  Kathryn Pelser, Biokineticist, Johannesburg 

Great value for a Practitioner, particularly those in Private Practice.  Excellent value for my practice.  Mohamed Riyaaz Khan, Biokineticist, Park Rynie


2

CEUs

495.00

NEW - Current Concepts for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Criterion-Based Rehabilitation Progression

NEW - Current Concepts for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Criterion-Based Rehabilitation Progression

Testimonial:

Good value for my practice.  Barend Steyn, Biokineticist, Potchefstroom

 

The aim of this article is to update previously published rehabilitation guidelines, using the most recent research to reflect the most current evidence for management of patients after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. The focus will be on current concepts in rehabilitation interventions and modifications needed for concomitant surgery and pathology.

3

CEUs

400.00

NEW - A Test Battery for Evaluating HOP Performance in Patients with an ACL Injury and Patients who have Undergone ACL Reconstruction

NEW - A Test Battery for Evaluating HOP Performance in Patients with an ACL Injury and Patients who have Undergone ACL Reconstruction

The purpose of this study was to develop a test battery of hop tests with high ability to discriminate (i.e. high test–retest reliability, sensitivity, specificity and accuracy) between the hop performance of the injured and the uninjured side in patients with an ACL injury and in patients who have undergone ACL reconstruction. Five hop tests were analysed.

3

CEUs

400.00

Update on Rehabilitation following ACL Reconstruction:  Part 1

Update on Rehabilitation following ACL Reconstruction: Part 1

Testimonials: 

Excellent course material, article and MCQ test. Highly recommended for home study and self-development.  Excellent value for my practice.  Dustin Du Toit, Biokineticist, Kimberley

Excellent value for my practice.  Portia Thandeka Khoza, Physiotherapist, Krugersdorp 

For my practice and confidence to explore more - this course is of great value. The ability to do courses this way to add to one`s CPD -points is great value. Thank you so much!  Excellent value for my practice.  Rene Bredenkamp, Physiotherapist, Cape Town

Excellent value for my practice.  Jonathan Fingleson, Physiotherapist, Riviera Johannesburg

Good value for my practice.  Patricia Schmidt, Physiotherapist, Johannesburg 

I highly recommend the online courses because  the reading of articles can be done at your own pace and in the comfort of my home.  Excellent value for my practice.  Suraya Pahad, Physiotherapist, Johannesburg

 

As anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction has evolved to less invasive, more anatomical approaches, rehabilitation of the injured athlete has become more progressive and innovative.

This correspondence course will help you become familiar with these innovations, looking at everything from planning rehabilitation timetables to re-establishing the athlete’s confidence and self-efficacy; and preparing patients for return to play – which is, after all, what we all want to achieve.

3

CEUs

400.00

Update on Rehabilitation following ACL Reconstruction:  Part 2

Update on Rehabilitation following ACL Reconstruction: Part 2

Testimonial:

A truly interesting, thought provoking and practical article.  Good value for my practice.  Kerusha Govender, Physiotherapist, Johannesburg 

Good value for my practice.  Erica Wagner, Physiotherapist, Randburg


As anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction has evolved to less invasive, more anatomical approaches, rehabilitation of the injured athlete has become more progressive and innovative.

This correspondence course will help you become familiar with these innovations, looking at everything from planning rehabilitation timetables to re-establishing the athlete’s confidence and self-efficacy; and preparing patients for return to play – which is, after all, what we all want to achieve.

3

CEUs

400.00