Patellofemoral Pain with Dr. Brad Neal and Dr. Simon Lack

Patellofemoral Pain with Dr. Brad Neal and Dr. Simon Lack

Saturday, 20 November, 2021 1:00 PM CET English
Optimal assessment and management of Patellofemoral Pain: expanding the need for a tailored approach
Price € 99,-

About the webinar

Summary:
Patellofemoral pain is the most common type of anterior knee pain and presents in many different ways. This live, practical workshop will focus on expert assessment of the anterior knee and how to develop tailored treatment plans. We will present ways to identify patient-specific drivers with tools that can be easily adopted into your clinical practice.

There is so much more to managing patellofemoral pain than VMO exercises and patellar taping. There is no place for a one-size-fits-all approach and this workshop will provide you with a greater ability to assess and treat patients with patellofemoral pain. Most importantly, this course will provide you with practical and clinically applicable skills that can be used the very next time you see a patient.


Workshop components:

5 hours of very practical live content, which covers:

- Assessment of the anterior knee

- Exercise prescription for patellofemoral pain

- Adjuncts for patellofemoral pain (foot orthoses & taping techniques)

- Running/movement retraining for patellofemoral pain

- Question & answer session with case scenarios


To get the most out of this workshop, we strongly suggest that you watch all of our patellofemoral pain lectures on Trust Me Ed, which cover:

- Aetiology of patellofemoral pain

- Risk factors and associated drivers in patellofemoral pain

- Principles of assessing the anterior knee

- Principles of exercise prescription

- Evidence supporting adjuncts for patellofemoral pain

- Principles of running/movement re-training If you are not a Trust Me-Ed subscriber you can start a free 7-day trial membership to access these lectures.


Yearly subscription members of Trust Me-Ed receive 25% off when purchasing the ticket
Price € 99,-

Sessions

Saturday, 20 November, 2021
1:00 PM CET
Scheduled

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