Injuries Management & Rehabilitation in PT: The Missing Link

Claire Minshull

 

Claire is one of the most highly respected rehabilitation and conditioning specialists in the UK. She has worked in the field of sports medicine and health for 20 years as a Senior Lecturer, Researcher, Consultant and as a Practitioner. She has designed, led and managed major clinical and nonclinical research trials, supervised several PhD students, and has published over 30 research papers in leading peer-reviewed sports medicine journals.

Claire’s area of expertise means that she uniquely spans the gap between ‘fitness’ conditioning and ‘physiotherapeutic’ rehabilitation. She founded Get Back To Sport and developed its unique courses to close this gap; fitness professionals are now able to learn about injuries, rehabilitation and how to manage them, and rehabilitation professionals how to optimise their exercise prescription. These courses run both in the UK and abroad.

Claire also regularly presents at national and international conferences, writes for sports magazines and, serves as expert reviewer for many scientific peer-reviewed journals.

 

To see Claire speak at London South Bank Uni on Sunday 20th May 2018 click here.

 

Injuries Management & Rehabilitation in PT: The Missing Link

 

Exercise and injuries go hand in hand. Whether your client is new to training or they have years of experience, as a PT you will see lots of injuries, aches, pains and ‘niggles’. But what can you do about them? The Missing Link is the knowledge and skills to be able to understand your client’s problem, design exercise to help them and accommodate their problem, and form a key part of the rehabilitation chain. That is what we at Get Back To Sport provide; through our courses we resource you to span the gap between healthcare and fitness.

 

Obviously this will enable you to provide an invaluable service for your clients, but also you will inevitably improve your client retention.

 

In this talk we will identify some of the most common problems you’ll come across as a PT and importantly what you can do to manage them.

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