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The Sporting Hamstring

Hamstring injuries remain the most prevalent injury in Australian rules football and soccer. In the past 20 years, the rate of hamstring injuries has not decreased, and there remains a 20% - 30% recurrence rate. These statistics indicate the clinical challenge of hamstring injuries. This course is designed to provide physiotherapists with a clinically-based program for the assessment and management of hamstring injuries, drawing from current research and shared experience. It aims to help physiotherapists prevent acute hamstring injuries, as well as decreasing the rate and cost of recurrent hamstring strain injuries. Participants who would benefit from this course are Sports Physiotherapists and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists who have intermediate to advanced experienced working with sporting teams. If this description does not suit you and you would still like to attend a Sporting Hamstring course, please register your interest by emailing pd@physiotherapy.asn.au Presenters: Mark Young, Head Physiotherapist, Geelong Cats Football Club and Ben Raysmith, Senior Sports Physiotherapist, Australian Institute of Sport/Athletics Australia


Location Address Dates
New South Wales Alexandria Start date: 03 Nov 2018 09:00
End date: 03 Nov 2018 17:00
Victoria Camberwell Start date: 17 Nov 2018 09:00
End date: 17 Nov 2018 17:00