Learning Objectives:

Running Injuries: The Foot Masterclass
  1. Anatomy and bone physiology of the foot
  2. Pathophysiology of bone stress injuries (BSI)
  3. Differences between stress reactions and stress fractures
  4. Differences between high risk vs low risk stress fracture sites
  5. Diagnosis of common BSI sites of the foot
  6. Principles of BSI management
  7. Biomechanical, orthotic and footwear considerations in BSI management
  8. Return to running following BSI
The Athletic Ankle Masterclass
  1. What is tendon pain and how to educate your patients on the diagnosis and management. This will cover tendinopathy, peri-tendon issues, bursae and tendon ruptures
  2. Differential diagnosis of posterior ankle structures including joint pathologies, bony abnormalities, impingement, synovitis and tenosynovitis
  3. Step by Step assessment on how to assess the ankle and rule out pathologies and diagnoses
  4. Key Exercises for Rehabilitation, how to best incorporate them and useful cues to watch out
  5. The Rehabilitation Framework and Stages for Joint and Tendon injuries
Running Injuries: Calf Injuries Masterclass
  1. Epidemiology of Calf Muscle Strain Injuries (CMSI) across different athletic populations
  2. The important differences between Gastrocnemius tears and Soleus tears in regards to mechanism of injury, return to training/sport and recurrence rates
  3. Differential Diagnoses of Calf pain
  4. Practical ways to effectively rehabilitate a CMSI in the Early Phase of rehabilitation
  5. Practical ways to effectively rehabilitate a CMSI in the Intermediate Phase of rehabilitation
  6. Practical ways to effectively rehabilitate CMSI in the Late Phase of rehabilitate
  7. How to introduce running following CMSI
  8. How to minimise risk of primary CMSI and recurrences
Running Injuries: PFJ Pain Masterclass
  1. Key subjective features of PFJ pain
  2. Differentiate between PFJ pain and other types of Anterior Knee Pain
  3. Objective assessment of someone with PFJ pain
  4. Evidence based strategies to effectively manage patients with PFJ pain; including lower limb and trunk strengthening options taping options, prescribing foot orthoses, patient education
  5. Key features of persistent PFJ pain and management strategies
Lower Limb Bone Stress Injuries Masterclass
  1. Understand the pathophysiology of bone stress injuries
  2. Understand Relative Energy Deficiency in Sports (REDs) and how it impacts on bone health
  3. Understand the critical times in life when bone stress injuries are likely to occur
  4. Develop a sound subjective and objective assessments
  5. Develop an understanding of key management options for lower limb bone stress injuries
  6. Learn preventative measures to reduce risk of lower limb bone stress injuries

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