Manual Therapy 9 hours Course – Peripheral Mobilisations Monday 27th January 2020
Taught by David Jenkins BSc(hons), DipSpTh Sports Therapy – Member of The Society of Sports Therapists
Joints taught – AC Joint, Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist,Hand, Hip, Knee, Ankle & Foot.
Sports Therapy Scotland
Kildean & Business Enterprise Hub
8.30am – 5.30pm
This course is delivered by David Jenkins BSc(hons) DipSpTh, MSST who has over 20 years experience in professional sports, private practice and in 2017 worked full time for 4 months on set and with a credit as the main cast therapist on the Netflix Film “Outlaw King”. Where due to the physical requirements of the filming, manual therapy techniques were used daily to ensure the cast could act, horsehide and sword fight in full medieval costume with minimal discomfort. Mobilisation Techniques similar to those used when David worked in professional sports and now applies them to his clients in private practice. A Scottish School of Manual Therapy traction belt will be supplied for each candidate to use and keep following the course.
David has over the years and when last year working on “Outlaw King” had the opportunity to apply these techniques daily over a 4 month period with the same cast members therefore measure the successful outcome and order the techniques should be applied.
Who can attend ?
This certificated CPD course is designed for Health Care Professionals qualified and already in clinical practice as a one of the following – Sports Therapist , Physiotherapist, Massage Therapist, Remedial Therapist and Neuromuscular Therapist or currently studying any of the previous mentioned professions. A working knowledge of physiology and anatomy is recommended. Get in touch if you are unsure. Please check with your insurance company that you will be insured to use these techniques on completion of the course.
Hard Copy course manual and Mulligans belt will be supplied for each candidate.
Outline of The Course –
Examination and Assessment Protocols
Before applying a mobilisation technique we have to have a clinical reasoning for each techniques application and hopeful outcome. David will show Musculoskeletal Examination and Assessment techniques for all the joints covered in the course.
Mobilisations, Manual Therapy and SSMT Belt Techniques.
- SSMT Graded Mobilisations I,II,III + IV
Clinical Reasoning of Mobilisation Techniques
David will discuss the following as they arise during the course and again at the end of the course,-
- Which techniques should be used following results of the examination and assessment.
- What is the expected physiological response to each technique and what should the outcome be after application.
- Which techniques can be applied pre, post and during sporting events or how to include these techniques into your current practice.
This course as others we run is very practical in nature and you should be physically fit enough to practice these techniques and have them applied during the course. We run this with a maximum of 8 candidates and we are happy to take a deposit to hold your candidate place.
Conditions of Booking –
Please read carefully and get in touch to discuss before booking on a course if unsure.
As advertised we our courses with 6 – 8 candidates maximum. Â For this reason our courses do fill up quickly as candidate feedback is that they really enjoy the experiential learning and practical element that small delegate courses offer
Therefore early bird deposit bookings are non refundable and if you cannot attend we will endeavour to reallocate your place on another course. You may be requested to pay an additional fee. Any full price booking cancelled out with 3 weeks Â of course date commencement will be offered a place on another course to the value of your booking. If we cancel the course you will be entitled to a full refund of your fees paid or an option of transferring to a course date that suits your diary.
Please note that completion of this course does not permit you to use any HCPC Protected title that you are not already qualified and permitted to use.