Further Education for Exercise Physiologists
Lower Limb Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: Module 2 - Soft Tissue Injuries
Welcome to SSEP Presents and Module 2 of a 4 part online education series delivered by Sydney Sports & Exercise Physiology.
The 4 part series will provide a comprehensive review of common lower limb musculoskeletal pathologies treated commonly by Exercise Physiologists and allied health care professionals. The 4 part series will be presented within the following sub-categories; Tendinopathies, Soft Tissue Injuries, Bone Stress and Injuries to the Hip/Knee/Ankle with a focus on ACL injuries.
Module 2 Description
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.
The presentation is interactive and has 5 clinical application questions to be completed throughout with a final quiz to submitted at the conclusion. Completion of this 2hr module will give you 2 ESSA accredited CPD points.
The 4 part series has been designed, written and reviewed by current practicing Accredited Exercise Physiologists/Strength & Conditioning coaches working in private practice musculoskeletal sports clinics & elite level sporting teams. All presented information and evidence based advice and recommendations has been sourced from highly respected clinical allied health professionals and resources.
The SSEP Team has 19 full time AEPs with both Business Directors working in professional sporting teams, exercise progressions and performance rehabilitation plans have been designed amongst our highly skilled team based on current evidence and current treatment guidelines.
We hope your enjoy Module 2 – Soft Tissue Injuries and we look forward to you joining us again in the future for the other modules in this series.