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BEN CORSO Top down or bottom up?- Managing disorders of the lower limb

"TOP DOWN OR BOTTOM UP" - WHERE IN THE LL CHAIN IS THE PROBLEM AND WHERE TO START

 

During recent years there has been a growing body of evidence implicating proximal factors as the cause of hip, knee and foot/ankle pathology. Understanding how to assess these proximal factors provides the clinician with a more holistic approach to managing disorders of the lower limb.

 

This webinar focuses on the research underpinning muscle imbalance around the hip and pelvis and implications in the development of common clinical conditions such as LBP, SIJ dysfunction, hip and knee pain .

The webinar will focus on LL biomechanics with the emphasis on gender differences and their contribution to common associated lower limb clinical conditions.

The webinar will cover muscle dysfunction around the hip and knee. It will then focus on practical strategies including exercise rehabilitation in the management of these conditions.

This webinar brings you up to date with the key elements of assessment and management of LL conditions and practical skills and exercise rehabilitation strategies required to enhance your clinical practice.

 


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

 

Upon completion of this webinar, attendees will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate clinical knowledge of the management of LL conditions relevant to everyday physiotherapy practice and relevant research:
  2. Undertake careful and focused history taking to facilitate reasoning and pattern recognition regarding LL dysfunction
  3. Perform specific clinical tests to evaluate muscle dysfunction around the hip and knee, facilitate differential diagnosis and clinical reasoning
  4. Develop enhanced practical skills in exercise prescription for LL conditions

 

Ben Corso is a post-graduate trained Manipulative Physiotherapist who graduated from the University of South Australia in 1995. He was awarded 3 prizes including the Dux of the year. He then worked extensively as a physiotherapist in both the public and private sectors including overseas experience in the UK over the next 7 years.

He graduated with a Masters Degree in Manipulative Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 2002 where he was again awarded the prize for the most outstanding graduate.

He is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and Sports Medicine Australia and has been involved in clinical and academic education for the past 15 years through the University of South Australia. His main areas of interest include musculoskeletal, orthopaedic and sports physiotherapy with a specific interest in golf. He has presented at the Australian Physiotherapy Conference on the systematic review of shoulder rehabilitation and the World Golf Congress on 3D biomechanics and the aetiology of lower back pain in golf.

In 2002 he established two private physiotherapy practices in Adelaide, North Adelaide Manipulative Physiotherapy and the SA Golf Injury Clinic at the Grange Golf Club. The practices are now known as ‘The Physio Clinic’ and have expanded to include sites at Prospect, Marryatville and Blackwood. At all sites The Physio Clinic offers a range of on-site rehabilitation services with a focus on musculoskeletal and orthopaedic rehabilitation. The Physio Clinic also works across a number of private hospitals in Adelaide with some of Adelaide’s leading orthopaedic surgeons.

 

Continuing education units

For the course 'Top down or Bottom up'- where in the LL chain the problem lies and where to start, you will receive 2,5 CEU of 45 minutes each.


Ben
Corso

Ausbildung und Werdegang

Ben Corso is a post-graduate trained Manipulative Physiotherapist who graduated from the University of South Australia in 1995. He was awarded 3 prizes including the Dux of the year. He then worked extensively as a physiotherapist in both the public and private sectors including overseas experience in the UK over the next 7 years.

He graduated with a Masters Degree in Manipulative Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 2002 where he was again awarded the prize for the most outstanding graduate.

He is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and Sports Medicine Australia and has been involved in clinical and academic education for the past 15 years through the University of South Australia. His main areas of interest include musculoskeletal, orthopaedic and sports physiotherapy with a specific interest in golf. He has presented at the Australian Physiotherapy Conference on the systematic review of shoulder rehabilitation and the World Golf Congress on 3D biomechanics and the aetiology of lower back pain in golf.

In 2002 he established two private physiotherapy practices in Adelaide, North Adelaide Manipulative Physiotherapy and the SA Golf Injury Clinic at the Grange Golf Club. The practices are now known as ‘The Physio Clinic’ and have expanded to include sites at Prospect, Marryatville and Blackwood. At all sites The Physio Clinic offers a range of on-site rehabilitation services with a focus on musculoskeletal and orthopaedic rehabilitation. The Physio Clinic also works across a number of private hospitals in Adelaide with some of Adelaide’s leading orthopaedic surgeons.

 


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neuManaging disorders of the lower limbONLINE CAMPUS

Managing disorders of the lower limb
10.11.2021 bis 10.11.2021


€ 50,00
Kursort: Online
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Managing disorders of the lower limbONLINE CAMPUS

10.11.2021

 

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