Subsidised Clinical Course – 5th September 2015
RehabWorks is hosting a Modern Exercise Prescription Seminar 5th September 2015 which we are delighted to have opened to all our partnered clinics and clinicians at an exclusive subsidised rate of £99. The seminar is also open to physiotherapists working elsewhere at a cost of £115.
In this 1-day workshop Nick Grantham will show you why rehabilitation exercise prescription principles from the 1940’s are no longer acceptable. Rehabilitation exercise selection and prescription are simple concepts that we make more complex than necessary. He will show you simple evidence based principles that will allow you to produce effective rehabilitation programmes to meet your client’s needs. The concepts can be easily be incorporated into your practice, building upon what you already do well whilst challenging your existing ideas. Nick will show how expanding your ability to design and implement effective exercise prescriptions can improve compliance and rehabilitation outcomes.
Nick is a performance enhancement specialist. His career spans four Olympic cycles and he is a founding member of the United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Association and an accredited Strength and Conditioning Coach (ASCC). He has worked closely with professional, National Governing Bodies and home institute medical teams assisting in the management, monitoring and implementation of injury management programmes.
Nick has successfully transferred his detailed knowledge of training athletes into the public arena for rapid results and has a great ability to make the complex seem obvious and simple, making it easy to apply in your clinics.
The seminar is being held at Chesford Grange Hotel in Kenilworth on Saturday 5th September 2015. The day will count as 6 hours of CPD and certificates will be provided at the end of the day. A hot and cold lunch restaurant buffet will be included.
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