01. April 2017 - 9:30
Movement Therapy Clinics, Birmingham
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Tissue Healing and Therapeutic Interventions - Birmingham | Saturday, 01. April 2017

Phase 1: Module 1: Tissue Healing and Therapeutic Interventions


Phase one is all about the foundations of practice as a therapist.


Overview



The stages of recovery from soft tissue and bone injuries


Classification and healing times/processes for ligament, muscle, tendon and bone injuries


Appropriate therapuetic interventions in the early stage of injury



Pre-Course:



You will complete a worksheet that will introduce you to the concepts of the tissue healing/repair process



During the morning session you will cover:



Tissue healing from a physiological point of view - what happens to the tissue


The stages of the healing process


The structure of ligaments and why they get injured/how they get injured


The grading system for ligament injuries


The structure of muscles and why they get injured/how they get injured


The grading system for muscle injuries



During the afternoon session you will cover



What a tendinopathy is and the current best practice for early stage management


The Stretch Shortening Cycle and it's importance in tendon rehab


Bone Injuries


The physiological, biomechanical, Neurological, Psychological and immunoligical effects  of manual therapy




Assessment



2 Parts - Part a) Pre-course worksheet (As above); Part b) Tissue Healing Video


If you are completing the full diploma course you will be expected to reflect on the content of this day throughout your 200 hours of clinical practice and how you have used the tissue healing information from the day with real life clients