The objective of our Co-Kinetic module on biotensegrity is to help you as a therapist understand how to integrate biotensegrity principles into physical activity programmes and manual therapies.
Achilles tendinopathy rehabilitation, tendinopathy management and current concepts in tendinopathy loading programmes - this module is dedicated to the topic of tendinopathy injury.
This module on patellofemoral pain consists of a series of articles that have explored many aspects of the patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) including causation, prediction of outcome and management strategies.
Iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) can be difficult to rehabilitate, particularly among runners. This module will bring you up to date with the very latest evidence base on ITBS (narrative review article) and show you how to practically employ the ITBS conservative management framework.
In this module of three articles author Jason Masek will provide a greater understanding of the biomechanics of lumbo-pelvic-femoral dysfunction as it relates to FAI and as understood by the Postural Restoration Institute®. This module is also included as part of a full site subscription.
Manuals included under this section are: Best of Manual Therapy; Working in Sport: From Student to Practitioner; Anatomy and Soft Tissue Injury Animated Review; Electronic public advice leaflets; The Massage Therapist's Survivial Guide; Acute Management of Soft Tissue Injuries by the ACPSEM
Definitive guide to musculoskeletal assessment. Particularly great for further and higher education students. Thirteen articles with more than 40 accompanying videos. Buy the full supplement for 50% less than the cost of buying the articles individually. Included free in the Full site subscription.
40 must-read articles designed to enable any therapy student make the transition to a fully-fledged clinical practitioner, both legally and effectively.
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