Please note this workshop will take place at the same time as lectures on Friday afternoon
Assessing and rehabilitating function across the spectrum from joint injury to osteoarthritis
Friday 24th April
Conference suite 1, EMCC, Nottingham
This workshop will present an up to date evidence-based overview of functional testing after lower-limb injury and osteoarthritis and important considerations for optimising long-term health. Why do it? When do it? What to include? This workshop will also cover practical components related to implementing evidence-based rehabilitation for osteoarthritis.
Who should attend this course?
This course is appropriate for experienced physiotherapists.
How will this course support our members becoming or continuing to be QAP/QAC?
Functional assessments are a cornerstone of rehabilitation of patients following injury and in those with osteoarthritis. Implementing current clinical guidelines in the management of osteoarthritis will likely be attractive for referrers.
- Member: £215
- Non-member: £270
Your ticket includes
- Course entry + 3 morning lectures from Alison Grimaldi, Neil Langridge and Physio Co-op (or book full conference and attend all Saturday as well)
- Physio First Certificate to support your CPD
- extensive course manual
- Refreshments, snacks and healthy buffet lunch
- Access to the exhibition hall and trade discounts
The EMCC has ample parking available onsite however if parking outside of the main car park, a permit will be required to avoid a parking ticket. These can be obtained from the Conference Centre check-in desk or at The Orchard Hotel reception free of charge. The University has a number of various car parks across the site which can be used for parking. Parking on site at the university on Saturday is free across most car parks - please check nearby information for rates.
- To understand the importance of functional testing after knee injury and osteoarthritis
- To appreciate the core elements of functional testing criteria across the disease spectrum
- To be able to implement osteoarthritis treatment clinical guidelines
- To understand risk factors for post-traumatic osteoarthritis and knee osteoarthritis progression that can be assessed and managed in the clinic
- To be able to implement a secondary osteoarthritis prevention program
This course will take place on Friday 24th April at the same time as our plenary afternoon lectures so you will only be able to attend one or the other.
Please note the cost to attend Adam's course is £215 which gives you access to the Friday morning lectures to ensure you don't miss out on experiencing both aspects of the conference. You can also book full conference to include Adam's course (£330 for both days) and attend this course as opposed to the afternoon lectures on Friday but all the lectures on Saturday. Click here to view the programme
Never been to our conference before? You can attend this course under our first timer discount which starts from £125 - call our office to book on 01604 684 965
Booking rates explained
|Friday night party - held at the end of the day in the lecture theatre. Your ticket includes a two course buffet and live band entertainment||Full Rate:||
|Adam's course + conf standard - book this option to attend the Friday morning lectures, Adam's afternoon workshop and ALL lectures on Saturday||Full Rate:||
|Adam course + ½ conf standard - book this option to attend the Friday morning lectures & Adam's afternoon workshop ONLY||Full Rate:||
Clinical/business/diversification skills and increase potential market share/clinic turnover?
Clinical skills developed will enable clinicians to confidently perform functional testing and rehabilitation aligned to current clinical guidelines after lower-limb injury and/or surgery through to patients with osteoarthritis. These types of services are often requested by orthopaedic surgeons and GPs. This could be a source of referral.
|08:00 - 08:40||Registration|
|09:00 - 09:45||Alison Grimaldi lecture|
|09:50 - 10:35||Neil Langridge lecture|
|11:20 - 12:05||Jo Gibson lecture|
|12:05 - 12:35||Questions to the panel|
|12:35 - 13:00||Lunch|
|14:00 - 17:00||Adam's course|
|15:30 - 15:45||Afternoon break|
|17:15 - 17:30||Demo hub in exhibition hall|