Integrating Strength and Conditioning into Injury Rehabilitation

Third Party Event

Venue Wesley College, Dublin, D16NX73
City Dundrum, Dublin 16
County Dublin
Contact Hours 14
Event Type Course/Workshop
Specialities Musculoskeletal Therapy, Sports Medicine
Presenter Details Nick Granthom was the one of the first strength and conditioning coaches to work for the English Institute of Sport. One of his key differentiators is his wealth of experience collaborating with allied health professionals and merging injury rehabilitation and strength and conditioning to get people back to full strength and pre-injury, performance levels.
Refreshments Included Yes
Free Event No
How to Book Ring Premier Physiotherapy
Contact Person Rachael Cleary
Contact Email
Date 18 Jun 2022 13:00 - 19 Jun 2022 21:00

Course Outline

- Evidence Based Practice - application of evidence based strength and conditioning throughout the rehabilitation process in a range of settings (clinic, gym, home).

- Programme Design and Planning - design evidence based prescriptions that deliver results. Discover how to apply appropriate techniques with an understanding of how to progress during the rehabilitation process.

- Strength and Power Loading Concepts - understand the force velocity curve and how to identify the patients strength requirements. Provide evidence of the the physiological principles of loading in relation to the desired functional adaptation.

- Training Variables - manipulation of key training variables (sets, reps, load, recovery) to bring about specific adaptations.

- Patient Engagement - discover how to ensure your rehabilitation programme actually gets done

- Practical Exercise Solutions - learn through hands on sessions, appropriate exercise selection, progression and regression.

- Contemporary Interventions - hands on sessions exploring effective application of velocity based

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