Date(s) - 30/07/2022 - 31/07/2022
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Joint Assessment, Analysing Muscles in Action, & Functional Movement Screening
Attending both Upper and Lower Body courses may lead to a VTCT Award in Sports Injures – see below. The combined courses are also endorsed by the Register for Exercise Professionals (REPS). These courses are ideal for coaches, trainers, rehabilitators, nurses, and sports massage practitioners.
The aim of each of these courses is to give you an understanding of predisposing factors and assessment of commonly suffered injuries and conditions in sports. The courses compliment the range of knowledge and skills of soft tissue assessments learned on our Level 4 Sports Massage Practitioner Diploma course. We will illustrate a detailed approach to the structure and function of each major joint, examine the mechanisms leading to injury and consider repair and treatment options, including manual and exercise therapy techniques.
Each course (for Upper or Lower Limb) is ideal for sports rehabilitators, nurses, and Level 4 soft tissue therapists, and is an ideal way of progressing towards Level 5 as part of our Flexible Award Programme.
This course forms a compulsory Module towards our Higher Diploma in Sports Therapy, or may be taken as CPD
To attend this course, a Level 4 Sports Massage qualificatioon is preferred and you must be physically able to do the work, have good communication skills and be at least 18 years old. An understanding of and practical application of functional anatomy and palpation is essential, and a pre-study pack will be provided to help.
Our Level 4 Diploma students will be well prepared for this course having already covered a range of soft tissue assessments – see above.
The fee is £296 including V.A.T. at the current rate, and you may claim 16 credits for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) upon completion.
- Please note that your enrolment fee is credited to the course dates booked and is non-refundable after 14 days.
- All prices quoted include V.A.T. at the current rate.
You may attend this course as part of our Sports Therapy Higher Diploma, or for Continuing Professional Development (CPD). If you are attending the course as CPD (16 credits), you will be required to pay the full course fee when applying.
There are 6 modules combining to form our Higher Diploma, plus a Clinical Assessment – for details and all course fees, please see our Sports Therapy Award.
For more information and how to book – https://www.sportstherapyuk.com/sports-therapy-courses/cpd-courses/sports-injuries