Sports Therapy & Rehab for Upper Limb Pathologies

Sports Therapy & Rehab for Upper Limb Pathologies

Introduction

  • About

    About

    This two day workshop will help you define, identify and treat various upper limb
    pathologies. You will be able to recognise the main reasons for these common
    injuries in the upper limb and understand the anatomical and physiological
    structures that may be the cause of them, as well as external factors.
    Upper limb disorders (ULDs): are aches, pains, tension and disorders involving
    any part of the arm from fingers to shoulder, or the neck; include problems with
    the soft tissues, muscles, tendons and ligaments, along with the circulatory and
    nerve supply to the limb.

     

    Content

    • CLINICAL ASSESSMENT, TREATMENT & REHAB TECHNIQUES FOR THE FOLLOWING PATHOLOGIES:• Adhesive Capsulitis
      • Bicipital Tendinitis
      • Rotator cuf injuries
      • Lateral Epicondylitis
      • Media Epicondylitis
      • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
      • Whiplash
      • Torticolis
      • Anatomy & Mononeuropathy of Axillary, Median, Ulnar and Radial nerves
      • Median nerve entrapment syndrome
      • Radial nerve palsy/ Drop wrist
      • Ulnar nerve palsy
      • Screening tests
      • Cervical Radiculopathy
      • Nerve Flossing

     

    Entry Requirements

    Level 5 Qualification

  • Cost, Date & CPD Credits

    Cost

    £249.00 (£199.00 for STO Members only)

     

    CPD Credits

    12

     

    Dates (2 days)

    To book, please click on the required date below (it will take you to our booking site).

     

    For dates about this course, please call us on 0161 235 5307 / 07449178832 or use the online contact form.

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