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Open to ANY health professional who treats tendinopathy

13.5 hours CPD (2.5 hours pre-course video, 11 contact hours)

Get the BEST Insights and Skills in Tendinopathy Management With a World Leading Expert


Delivered by Peter Malliaras, physio PhD and tendinopathy clinician-scientist.

Pete has a respected international research profile, and is consulted by many people for a second opinion regarding their tendon injuries, including elite athletes and performers (eg football, rugby, ballet, and tennis). He sees over 30 tendinopathy patients in clinic per week, so you get an up-to-date and clinical perspective

In this course Peter will introduce a rehabilitation and management model for all the commonly injured tendons in the lower limb, including the Achilles, gluteal (aka trochanteric bursitis), hamstring, patellar, tibialis posterior, plantar fascia. You will develop highly effective clinical reasoning and practical skills and master the assessment and management of patients with tendinopathy.

Whether you are a new graduate or very experienced clinician, you will come away with many answers to your questions as well as clinical gems to take away.




DAY 2 


Camberwell VIC Fri 22 Jul Sat 23 Jul BOOK
Kent Town SA Fri 12 Aug Sat 13 Aug BOOK
St Leonards NSW Fri 19 Aug Sat 20 Aug BOOK
Eight Mile Planes QLD Fri 16 Sept Fri 17 Sept BOOK
Nedlands WA Fri 21 Oct Fri 22 Oct BOOK

This course will cover:

• Tendon structure, function and tendon adaptation to load
• The latest research on pathology, pain and tendinopathy risk factors and how this knowledge influences clinical management
• When is pathology and imaging is important? eg differentiating a tear vs tendinopathy
• Accurate and systematic diagnosis/differential diagnosis of common lower limb tendinopathies
• Identifying pain mechanisms and irritability and how this influences management
• Identifying load-driven vs systemic driven tendinopathy and treatment implications
• Identifying and retraining gait and movement patterns that are commonly associated with lower limb tendinopathy
• Identifying potential kinetic chain factors in managing lower limb tendinopathy patients
• Planning comprehensive rehabilitation strategies for common lower limb tendinopathies among patients with different clinical presentations
• Key tips for success with implementing loading programs, maximising patient buy-in, motivating and educating patients, common pitfalls and strategies for avoiding them
• Detailed return to activity and sport progressions for sedentary people as well as running and other athletes eg sprinters, jumpers, multidirection sport
• Management for athletes inseason and maintenance programs once people have recovered from tendinopathy
• When and how to use adjunct conservative interventions (e.g. orthotics, manual therapy, electrotherapy, etc.) and injections in different tendinopathy presentations