Very well presented blog post from Peter Malliaras to keep you up to date
Awesome, game changing, “the best course I’ve done in all my time in Physiotherapy” no other course tailors rehabilitation specifically to each individual as well as the JEMS program.
Just a range of the comments to come from the JEMS ART (Analysis, Rehabilitation & Training) 1 & 2 programs conducted by Joanne Elphinston & Kent Fyrth in Melbourne over the last 4 days.
Please do not miss this incredible training series when Joanne & Kent next returns to Melbourne
Begin 2015 in the Best Possible Way with Leading International Performance Consultant, Physiotherapist & Author Joanne Elphinston
Joanne Elphinston, based in the UK, will be conducting Parts 1 & 2 of her 4 Part JEMS Movement Analysis, Rehabilitation & Training (ART) Courses to Melbourne Australia
Leave prescriptive rehabilitation pathways behind & expand your horizons with an engaging, effective & motivating approach designed to equip you with the skills & principles to address a wide variety of musculoskeletal presentations.
Gain a new set of tools for targeted assessment & treatment, & restore a sense of creativity & confidence in your work. Using the evidence base as a source of innovation rather than limitation, JEMS Movement A.R.T. opens a window on the key foundations for efficient, effective, natural movement for rehabilitation, wellbeing & performance.
- Facilitate a greater sense of ease in your patients by learning to unlock their potential for elastic, robust movement.
- Identify the most effective start point for your programme by using simple, relevant movement tests to uncover the patient’s natural strategies for force management. Address the cause, not just the symptoms.
- Learn a fresh approach to posture, based on natural reflexes & sensory cues.
- Develop an “expert eye” for movement
- Reflect the current evidence by smoothly evolving beyond the “stability” concept to create integrated programmes systematically, simply and progressively.
- Through understanding Functional Force Management (FFM), understand how to make assessment & treatment choices which reflect the patient’s individual functional requirements. Know where you are heading & ensure that you have the bases covered using clear pathways.
JEMS PART 1: Thursday & Friday Feb 19TH & 20TH 2015
VENUE: Smith Street, Fitzroy Melbourne
JEMS PART 2: Saturday & Sunday Feb 21 ST & 22ND
VENUE: Smith Street Fitzroy Melbourne
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE COURSE BROCHURE: Australia JEMS v4.3 details
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE COURSE TERMS & CONDITIONS: TermsAndConditionsForBooking
COURSE PRE REQUISITES
This is a clinical course pathway which includes clinical scenarios & problem solving over a range of neuromusculoskeletal presentations & as such the pre requisite for the course is an Advanced Diploma or Degree in a related field with a rehabilitation focus. The course may also be suitable for clinical related Diploma graduates with extensive clinical & rehabilitation experience and appropriate post graduate CPD. Please contact us for clarification
CLICK HERE FOR EXPLANATION OF THE JEMS 4 PART TRAINING PROGRAM JEMSParts1to4InformationV1.2
Dr Karim Khan has had an incredible influence in getting information about all aspects of health since taking a leading role in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
The Podcast resource is nothing short of outstanding. I would recommend all practitioners keep a close eye on this page as interviews with many of the best thinkers & action takers in the world are added on a regular basis
Title: Athletic Groin Pain – A Multi-faceted Approach to Diagnosis & Treatment
Presenters: Internationally recognised practitioners from the Sports Surgery Clinic in Dublin
Dr Andy Franklyn-Miller: Director of Rehabilitation and Research
Dr Eanna Falvery: Director of Sports Medicine
Mr Enda King: Head of Performance Rehabilitation
When: July 27th 2014 9am – 1pm
Where: AAMI Park Theatrette Melbourne Park
Click here for the brochure: Groin workshop2
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