ISPI and Kinetacore
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Dr Jeremy Lewis is a Consultant Physiotherapist Independent Prescriber and Professor of Musculoskeletal Research. He was born in New Zealand and trained in Australian. He works in the UK National Health Service as well as working privately in central London (www.CHHP.com). He has been awarded a Fellowship of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, which is the highest award the Society can bestow on one of its members. He has been acknowledged as one of the 5 most eminent clinicians in his profession (UK DoH [Department of Health] National AHP Clinical Expert Database). Jeremy has a clinical interest in tendon problems including the rotator cuff, biceps and tennis elbow. Jeremy has also trained as a sonographer and performs ultrasound guided shoulder injections, (including intra-articular hydro-distension procedures for frozen shoulder) as part of the rehabilitation process if required and appropriate. He has also completed an MSc (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy), and Postgraduate Diplomas in Sports Physiotherapy, and in Biomechanics, as well as MSc modules in injection therapy for soft tissues and joints. He also has a Postgraduate Certificate in Diagnostic Imaging (Ultrasound) (University of Leeds, UK). Since 1992, Jeremy has taught over 350 shoulder workshops internationally in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Cayman Islands, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Peru, Japan, The Azores, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, the Middle East, Ireland, South Africa, India, extensively throughout Europe and throughout the UK. He has also been invited to present keynote lectures at many international conferences. His main areas of research interest are rotator cuff tendinopathy, frozen shoulder, shoulder pain syndromes and lateral epicondylopathy. In addition to his own research he supervises PhD and MSc students. Jeremy is an associate editor for the journals; Shoulder & Elbow and, Physiotherapy. He was a co-editor and author for Grieve’s Modern Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy (4th ed).
This evidence-based theoretical and practical course is based on extensive clinical experience in assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of shoulder pathology, as well as extensive reference to research publications from a variety of disciplines. Models of shoulder assessment including the Shoulder Symptom Modification Procedure (Lewis JS (2009) British Journal of Sports Medicine) and a new model for staging the continuum of rotator cuff tendinopathy (Lewis JS (2010) British Journal of Sports Medicine) will be presented. Emphasis will be placed on clinical reasoning to support management decisions. Participants completing these courses will gain a greater understanding of the anatomy, biomechanics, assessment and evidence-based treatment of this interesting and complicated region of the body.
This course remains a ‘work in progress’ and is continually being updated with the emergence of new research and clinical understanding. As a result, many people have participated on two and some on three occasions. This course will be fun, thought provoking, and provide opportunity to discuss ideas and share experiences.
A rare opportunity to learn from 3 leaders in MSK management, research and education in one exciting, interactive learning experience.
This active, team-based course is designed to challenge the participant’s ability to synthesize a case presentation and develop an appropriate examination and treatment plan. The course includes 9-12 complex cases and is interspersed with formal learning opportunities (didactic and lab-based). Evidence-based examination and interventional aspects are discussed, with guideline-oriented elements included when available.
Recognize and apply appropriate diagnostic accuracy measures for use in spot diagnosis (screening), differentiation, and confirmation. Perform the best tests and measures used during diagnosis and prognosis. Integrate appropriate exercise based interventions based on best evidence with a goal of maximizing outcomes. Integrate appropriate manual therapy based interventions based on best evidence with a goal of maximizing outcomes. Recognize current gaps in the literature and discuss options for care to fill the gaps
The primary instructional method involves team-based learning. Teams will group together and determine the best examination and interventional options. Multidisciplinary care options are always considered for each case. Brief ‘rapid fire’ lectures are used to enhance learning opportunities, depending the results from the cases.
Note: Lecture and Lab will be interspersed throughout the 2 days. Dress for an upper and lower quarter lab course.
Who should attend?
Allied health professionals working in the management of musculo-skeletal impairments. The course is specifically targeted to clinicians who have successfully treated many of their patients but are still struggling to help that sub-population of challenging cases. Experienced clinicians wishing to re-invigorate their practices with fresh concepts in patient management will find this program stimulating and add significantly to the team learning experience.
Fees: $795.00 CND