We also provide training for therapists.
All courses are professionally run, and are tailored to ensure that attendees get the maximum benefit from the training. As an example our most recent course, earlier this year, was the Manual Therapy and Mobilisation Toolbox for Hip and Knee, as detailed below.
If you’d like to be notified of any future courses please contact us and we’ll keep you posted.
A MANUAL THERAPY & MOBILISATIONS TOOLBOX FOR THE HIP & KNEE
Tutor: Professor Graham N Smith FCSP GradDipPhys DipTP CertED.
Venue: South Infirmary Victoria University Hospital, Old Blackrock Road, Cork.
A two day workshop for physiotherapists, the aims of this workshop are to provide delegates with the understanding, knowledge, ability and expertise to apply safe and effective manual therapy and mobilisation techniques to the joints of the hip & knee complexes. The workshop is predominantly practical with sessions devoted to problem solving and treatment / technique practice. Common clinical presentations, as well as the key elements of examination and assessment techniques for each of the anatomical areas described, will be included.
Course includes: course notes, signed certificate towards CPD, tea, coffee, and light lunch, i.e sandwiches and finger food.
Professor Graham N Smith FCSP GradDipPhys DipTP CertED
Chartered & HPC Registered Physiotherapist
Rehabilitation & Sports Injury Consultant, Glasgow
Professor Graham N Smith qualified as a Physiotherapist in 1977 and as a teacher of Physiotherapy in 1982. He is currently an Independent Rehabilitation & Sports Injury Consultant based in Glasgow. He has extensive experience in the treatment and management of injuries at all levels of the sporting spectrum and has worked with Glasgow Rangers FC, The British Olympic team in Nagano and numerous national representative sporting squads. He was also responsible for establishing the Football Association National Rehabilitation & Sports Injury Centre, Lilleshall in 1986.
He is a Fellow of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, a Visiting Professor at the University of Teesside and, currently, an external examiner for the MSc in Sports Medicine at Trinity College, Dublin. He combines his clinical and consultancy roles with lecturing commitments both nationally and internationally on rehabilitation and sports injury management.