Come and join the QLD WMPH Committee for an evening of case studies, focusing on tricky topics. Come along ready to share your experiences and knowledge!
This course will explore the theoretical and practical sides of managing sporting injuries with an emphasis on current research. Presented topics include shoulder, ankle and knee injuries with focus specifically on ligament, tendon and muscle. Participants will also gain information on acute onfield management and travelling with a sports team, as well as a large practical component on taping techniques.
A systematic and comprehensive approach to managing many common shoulder dysfunctions is explored in this highly interactive course. The course is 80% practical - so participants will gain immediate confidence in performing the array of assessment, treatment and exercise skills presented. The systematic method taught offers a strong clinical reasoning pathway to assure successful patient outcomes.
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Physiotherapists are increasingly using dry needling for pain management and thereby improving function in conjunction with other physiotherapy approaches. This structured course meets the national APA and AHPRA recommendations for physiotherapists to practice dry needling safely for musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries.
The sound knowledge of indications and contraindications for dry needling requires appropriate assessment and treatment skills. This course is designed to provide physiotherapists an opportunity to improve knowledge and skills of dry needling, and make them aware of guidelines for safe dry needling practices in a range of musculoskeletal conditions.
The Dry Needling Physiotherapy Level 1 course consists of two separate parts:
A visual representation of the structure of this course can be found in this diagram.