Two Day Vestibular Rehabilitation Course
Tutor: Amanda Male, VESTIBULAR REHAB PHYSIO
Highly Specialised Vestibular Physiotherapist
LOCATION: Richmond Physiotherapy Ltd. 7 Hill Street, Richmond, TW9 1SX
DATE: November 23rd & 24th 2019
This two-day course is aimed at physiotherapists working with vestibular patients across a variety of clinical settings. Common pathologies, assessment and outcome measures will be presented with time allocated to practice the oculomotor assessment. Treatment and principles of progression will be outlined and illustrated using several case studies. BPPV will be covered in detail on day two with theory sessions, observation of eye movement videos and practice of assessment and treatment manoeuvres. Pre-reading will be provided and there will be ample time for questions on both days.
- Develop knowledge of the vestibular systems involvement tin postural control
- Develop a working knowledge of the common pathologies
- Acquire skills to conduct an evidence-based assessment of a dizzy patient and differentiate central versus peripheral presentations
- Gain an understanding of the treatment approaches and be able to develop an appropriate treatment plan for common pathologies
- Identify different sub-types of BPPV and recognise when further investigation is required
- Be able to safely undertake positional testing and treatment manoeuvres for the common variants of BPPV (posterior and horizontal canal)
08:30-0845 – REGISTRATION
08:45-09:00 – Welcome – Course introduction and learning aims
09:00-11:00 – Vestibular assessment and postural control Subjective assessment and outcome measures
11:00-11:15 – BREAK
11:15-12:45 – Objective assessment with practical
12:45-13:30 – LUNCH
13:30-15:15 – Differential diagnosis (including migraine, Ménière’s, CVA, concussion, PPPD)
15:15-15:30 – BREAK
15:30-16:15 – Treatment approaches (including visually induced approaches)
16:15-17:00 – Treatment progressions and innovations/evidence
17:00 – Q&A and FINISH
09:00-09:45 – Case studies and summary day one
09:45-10:30 – Anatomy and introduction to BPPV
10:30-10:45 – BREAK
10:45-11:45 – Posterior BPPV lecture and videos
11:45-13:00 – Posterior canal BPPV assessment and treatment – practical
13:00-13:45 – LUNCH
13:45-14:15 – Horizontal BPPV lecture and videos
14:15-15:00 – Horizontal BPPV assessment and treatment – practical
15:00-15:30 – Anterior BPPV and CPV lecture
15:30-15:45 – Q&A and FINISH
‘Excellent theoretical framework and evidence base. Very good practical sessions. Excellent tutor with a problem solving, holistic approach. Great course. Highly relevant and applicable to clinical practice.’
‘Fantastic teaching style – so easy to follow and understand . Very approachable and happy to answer all questions including during lunch and breaks. Invaluable!’
‘Content was excellent along with delivery. Best course I’ve been on in a long time.’
‘Much clearer than previous courses I have been on with regards to BPPV.
Fantastic presenter – inspiring!’
Pilates for Runners
Instructed by Jess Reed, Club runner, Chartered physiotherapist & qualified Pilates Instructor
Wednesday evenings 7.15-8.15
Tips and techniques to enhance and advance your running
We are holding a running seminar at our Hill Street practice on Wednesday 30 January 2019 at 6.30pm. Tickets priced £5 are on sale now. Please ring reception on 020 8332 1132 to reserve your place. Read more here: https://www.richmondphysio.co.uk/run-smarter
Return To Play Decision Making Following ACL And Knee Injury In Elite Sport
Date: Wednesday 24th October 2018
Time: 6.30 pm
Venue: Rosslyn Park Rugby Club London SW15 5JH
Contact: email@example.com Ph: 020 8332 1132
Come and hear the latest evidence and future trends in return to play assessment within elite football codes.
Based in Australia, Tim has extensive sports physiotherapy experience. He holds a PhD from the Research Institute of Sport & Exercise (UCRISE) at the University of Canberra on the topic of ACL rehabilitation of the knee, and is Director of Research at Pitch Ready, which focuses on athletes recovering from a knee injury (www.pitch- ready.com). In addition to this, Tim has worked in elite sport since 2004 in elite level rugby union, rugby league, Australian rules football and rugby sevens including:
- St George-Illawarra Dragons (2017-current)
- Port Adelaide Football Club (2015-2017)
- Australian Men’s Rugby Sevens (2013-2014)
- Brumbies Super Rugby Team (2006-2011)
- Sale Sharks Rugby Football Club United Kingdom (2006)
- Canberra Raiders (2004-2006)
In addition to his undergraduate Physiotherapy degree and PhD, Tim as completed a post-graduate Master’s Degree in Sports Physiotherapy and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. He has also completed a graduate Diploma in Extended- Scope Physiotherapy. He is currently completing a Graduate Diploma in Data Science. Tim has lectured extensively in sports physiotherapy courses for the Australian Physiotherapy Association as well as to other health professions and has authored publications in peer-reviewed journals.
Pilates for new mothers
An hour long class with the focus on you! Getting you back to your pre-baby self.
The class is modified to focus on specific aspects of strengthening which combat the effects of pregnancy, breast- feeding and childcare. Our women’s health physiotherapist leads the class, using her medical and Pilates knowledge to create a regime of post natal flexibility, strength and endurance. We are happy for you to bring your little one along, however we don’t involve them as this is pure ‘you time’ to achieve your goals and get the most out of your class.
For more information please contact us on 020 8332 1132.
The back fitness group
There is a great deal of evidence that regular exercise controls back pain, even severe problems; but so often people are unsure of how to get started or whether they are doing the right kind of exercise. The back fitness group meets once a week for an hour’s class. Each participant is individually assessed in the clinic before commencing a six week course. In this way the physiotherapist who leads the class has an understanding of each participant’s back problems and what sort of exercises will benefit them. A home programme is devised for each person so that exercises can continue through the week and progress can be monitored over the six week course.
The class is friendly and informal, no lycra required! People who have joined the class in the past have been really positive about the benefits it provides. It restores your confidence in your back, shows you that its OK to get moving again and how much better you can feel once you get your muscles working for you.
For more information please contact us on 020 8332 1132.