Physio courses galore March-May, 2016: Anatomy prosection, soft tissue techniques, taping…and more

physios in sport logoThere are a number of exciting courses just around the corner for sports physiotherapists looking to strengthen their knowledge and practice (registration discounts for BASEM and ACPSEM members):

Anatomy Prosection for Sports Physiotherapists held at Vesalius Clinical Training Centre, University of Bristol, March 14-16 2016

ACPSEM has commissioned a suite of anatomy prosection courses for its members. Three distinct courses have been created by the Vesalius Clinical Skills Centre at the University of Bristol to meet the needs of sports physiotherapists covering:

  1. Shoulder & Brachial Plexus 14th March 2016
  2. Ankle & Foot 15th March 2016; and
  3. Hip & Groin 16th March 2016

Limited to 20 places per day. More info and registration HERE

Soft Tissue Techniques, Priming for performance: #PhysioToolKit, April 23, 2016

  • Modern Sports Taping including dynamic techniques
  • Soft Tissue Release including tools, bands & belts
  • Dry Needling
  • Mobilisation of the Peripheral Nervous System

Confirmed speakers include: Chris McNicholl | Lesley McBride | Leigh Halfteck | Donna Strachan | Colin Paterson | Dr Chris Norris | Dr Ben Rosenblatt. More info and registration HERE

Current Taping Techniques for Sport Course, Stratford-Upon-Avon, May 21st and 22nd 2016


The highly-acclaimed ACPSEM taping course for sports physiotherapists will be held at Stratford-Upon-Avon hospital, Arden Street, Stratford, Warwickshire, CV37 6NX.

Course details

A highly-practical 2-day course which explores the current evidence for various taping philosophies. Techniques for upper and lower limb regions are demonstrated, practised, and clinically reasoned using sports-specific examples.

Thanks to the generous sponsorship of Patterson Medical and BSN medical, attendees enjoy the highest-quality taping products, with ample supplies to enable all attendees to practice all techniques.

Register now to secure your spot!

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