About Us

SSEP Presents is brought to you by Sydney Sports and Exercise Physiology, a team of highly regarded Accredited Exercise Physiologists.

Our Story

At SSEP our team of Accredited Exercise Physiologists are renowned for providing the highest quality exercise and rehabilitation programs for a wide range of patients and athletes.

Our team are well respected amongst other medical, rehabilitation, and sporting professionals. We work with elite sporting teams and organisations, including Sydney FC, Sydney Thunder, Cricket Australia and Carlile Swimming.

SSEP Presents came about as a way for us to share our expertise with other Exercise Physiologists. All of our courses have been put together using the latest evidence, current treatment guidelines and consistently reviewed an updated.

Dr Dean McNamara - Director, AEP
Josiah Ayling - Senior AEP, Professional Development Educator
Chris Pappas - Director, AEP

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Start with Part 1 of our 4 Part Lower Limb Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation course


Lower Limb Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: Practical Day

TBC. The practical day will be presented via zoom or face-to-face as per Covid-19 restrictions allow (TBC). During the practical day we will review all clinical presentations & exercise progressions presented in the 4 online modules. Discussion and practical examples will be given for initial, intermediate and end stage exercise programming. We will provide detailed review of exercise progressions to build capacity with landing/force absorption, plyometric strength, plyometric power and speed. We will also review return to play testing and the development of sport performance rehabilitation plan.

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Lower Limb Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: Module 4 Injuries to the Hip/Knee/Ankle

Coming Soon! The module will include comprehensive review of current evidence based rehabilitation guidelines of common lower limb injury presentations. Each injury presentation will include pathology overview, diagnosis, aetiology/risk factors, exercise prescription for; initial, intermediate and end-stage rehabilitation and a detailed performance rehabilitation plan. We will review common pathologies including; Femoral Acetabular Impingement, Medial Collateral Ligament injuries, Patellar Femoral Pain Syndrome, Knee Osteoarthritis and Ankle Sprain/Chronic Ankle Instability. This module will also review in detail Anterior Cruciate Ligament injuries and surgical vs non-surgical rehabilitation considerations. This module will be presented by Josiah Ayling.

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Lower Limb Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: Module 3 Bone Stress Injuries

This module will cover BSIs in sport, risk classification (high, medium, low), pathophysiology, the BSI continuum model, review of risk factors including; female athlete triad, RedS and low energy availability and review treatment and management strategies of common BSIs. We will review common BSI pathologies including; Lower leg – Tibial & Foot – Metatarsal BSIs. This module will be presented by Josiah Ayling.

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Lower Limb Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: Module 2 Soft Tissue Injuries

This module will cover muscle injury classification models, pathobiology, clinical practice guidelines for acute management, healing mechanisms and optimal loading strategies and review the management of common lower limb soft tissue pathologies including; Groin/Adductor, Quad/Hip Flexor, Hamstring and Calf soft tissues injuries and will be presented by Josiah Ayling.

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$ 99.00

Lower Limb Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: Module 1 Tendinopathies

This module will cover tendon pathophysiology, the tendinopathy continuum model, tendon loading principles, evidence based management strategies, summary of non-operative/operative interventions and review the management of common lower limb tendinopathies including; Patellar, Proximal Hamstring, Gluteal and Achilles Tendinopathies and will be presented by Josiah Ayling.

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