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Soft Tissue and Pain Management Course – London
10th March 2018 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Soft Tissue management is a core component of physical rehabilitation. We have developed tools and treatment methods to give the best outcomes whilst reducing strain on the therapist:
4. Movement integration
The purpose of this course is to introduce 4 innovative technology-based techniques currently being used to manage soft tissue injuries to augment traditional manual and exercise-based therapy. Myofascial Acoustic Compression Therapy, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilisation (IASTM), mechanically assisted myofascial release and decongestive techniques, and photobiostimulation with Class IV, 940nm diode-laser will be introduced to accentuate the clinician’s manual techniques.
The session will begin with an introductory lecture on common soft tissue injuries and presenting evidence supporting the application of each technology. This will be followed by hands-on workshop of the treatment techniques with time for participant practice.
– Review mechanisms and underlying dysfunction injury
– Review contemporary evidence in support of existing and emerging technologies and their influence on treatment outcomes
– Discuss 4 phases of tissue healing & repair
– Clinical decision making and advanced treatment options for each phase
– Discuss post-treatment, home and self management strategies to prolong benefit of gains made in clinic
What will you gain?
– Insight to advanced technologies and techniques
– CPD hours
Ken is the Director of Rehabilitation Therapy Services Outreach for Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD. His career path to clinical leadership at one of the nation’s leading academic medical institutions began 20 years ago after graduation from the University at Buffalo. Ken is the Administrator of the Johns Hopkins Hospital/George Washington University Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency and guest lecturer for the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, Ken was the Director of Clinical Integration for BTE Technologies (Baltimore, MD), Director of Rehabilitation for Baptist Memorial Healthcare Corporation (Memphis, TN), and was a corporate physical therapist for Rehabworks, Inc. (Clearwater, FL). It was during this time of clinical practice, biomedical engineering, and management that he became interested in tools and technologies that improved the quality of life for therapists and patients.
Who should attend?
The target audience is limited to those who have achieved, or are a student in their final year working towards one or more of the following credentials:
Chiropractor, Occupational Therapist, Osteopath, Physiotherapist, Rehabilitator, Sports Therapist