Location: Golden, BC V0A 1H0, Canada
Price: 745 $
A MUST TO DIAGNOSE RUNNING INJURIES
Golden Nordic Ski Club Society (located at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort)
1695 Hector Trail, Golden, BC, V0A 1H0
Saturday & Sunday, September 10 & 11, 2022
8 AM - 5 PM
With Jean-Francois Esculier, PT, PhD
We are a proud educational partner of the
Our course has been approved by the
and grants Canadian Athletic Therapists 6.8 CEUs.
Healthcare professionals, you want to succeed in treating recreational runners and athletes? If you are looking to improve your clinical skills and serve or bring in new clients, look no further!
Which physical tests are really useful in practice, and supported by research?
In this course, you will learn a structured process to streamline your subjective and objective assessment, and better diagnose running injuries, based on the latest science.
You will also practice hands-on assessment skills, so you can accurately identify pathologies and orientate your treatment plan accordingly.
Get ready to optimize your clinical reasoning, and get your patients on the right track better and faster!
Saturday, September 10
▪ Introduction to clinical reasoning and properties of diagnostic tests
▪ Pathologies, assessment and clinical reasoning for injuries to the foot (dorsal, plantar heel, posterior heel) and ankle (traumatic)
▪ [Lunch break]
▪ Pathologies, assessment and clinical reasoning for injuries to the leg (postero-medial, antero-lateral) and knee (anterior, medial, lateral, posterior)
Sunday, September 11
▪ Questions + Review of Day 1
▪ Pathologies, assessment and clinical reasoning for injuries to the knee (traumatic), thigh (anterior, posterior), groin and hip (anterior, lateral, posterior)
▪ [Lunch break]
▪ Integration and case studies
▪ Questions + Review
Student discount: please email a proof of your status at email@example.com to get your promo code for 50% off!
Members of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association: use the promo code in the Members Discounts section of the CPA's website to get 15% off!
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Marie-Michelle Lafontaine, Glacier PhysioLab: 250 344-1866
- Other information
You will receive a certificate by email upon completion of the course.
Complementary information will be sent by e-mail the week prior to the course (last minute information). Your registration to this course automatically signs you up to our "Mailing List" and "specialist near me" sections for free for a complete year.
Please note that it is now strictly forbidden to record audio, video or to take pictures during the course. With my signature, I acknowledge that running and walking in its different forms can be inherently strenuous activities and that no event is without risk of injuries. By registering to the 2-day course "Diagnosis of Running Injuries: Practical Aspects", I renounce taking any actions whatsoever against The Running Clinic if I was to get injured or other damage during the following or after the course.
I confirm that my physical condition allows me to participate and to get involved in the practical session. Otherwise, I will retire voluntarily from sessions that do not suit me.
Given that the COVID pandemic is highly unpredictable, we will keep registrants posted on any update to the status of this course, and we will be happy to process any reasonable request for refund.
Space is limited