A comprehensive course covering Dry Needling theory and practical teaching of dry Needling. The complete course consists of the Theory of Dry Needling module, Practical Module 1 and Practical module 2 and a case study for each of the Practical Modules. The Theory of Dry Needling module covers the theoretical knowledge necessary to use Dry […]
Courses on offer
This Ethics presentation covers Ethics in cycling with specific reference to the development of drug abuse in the sport as well as methods to identify the presence of banned substances & regulations to keep the sport clean. It is a fine (or ‘Blurred Line’) that cycling teams ride within drug regulations & the ethics of […]
Fiona Lamberti demonstrates the Sensory-Motor Assessment of the Cervical spine, live on a patient. She will help you to understand the methods she uses to identify the type of headache a patient is presenting with and how to differentiate between the different types of headaches. This course is complimented by the “Headaches and dizziness: Is […]
In this lecture Fiona Lamberti discusses the different types of headaches that therapists should be aware of and how dizziness can be used as a differentiating factor. This theory based course provides the information necessary to perform a comprehensive headache assessment and is complimented by the ”A Sensory-motor assessment of the Cervical Spine” course. Cost: R300 […]
Ethics in Sports Medicine is presented by Prof Patricios (MBBCh MMedSci FACSM FFSEM (UK) FFIMS) who has been in sports medicine practice for over 22 years. He is currently Director of Waterfall Sports Orthopaedic Surgery in Johannesburg and an Associate Professor in the Wits Faculty of Health Sciences. Jon Patricios is founder and Director of […]
Learn from Tanya Bell-Jenje, renowned Physiotherapist, to perform a lower quarter assessment. She does both the subjective and objective assessment and performs several specific tests to identify the patient’s problem and possible treatment strategies that would be effective. After completing this course you will have an improved understanding of how to perform a thorough lower quarter assessment.
Assessing and accurately identifying a patients causal pathology is critical to effective treatment. In this course Tanya Bell-Jenje presents the principles used to assess a patient accurately. She uses the lower quarter to demonstrate the universal principles which will help you to more accurately diagnose and treat a patients condition.
Not all elbow pain is tennis or golfers elbow. In this course Tanya Bell-Jenje presents the Physiotherapy principles necessary to assess and treat the complex elbow. You will learn that a multi model approach to assessment and treatment optimizes treatment outcomes.
Roman Method (Online + Practical) The Roman Method is designed to introduce Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists and movement specialists to the Real Performance Exercise (Roman) Method as a tool for teaching all forms of exercises. The Roman method is a holistic approach that integrates the understanding of neuroplasticity and the principles of Positive Psychology to create […]