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Workshops UK 2017

'HOW'S YOUR RUNNING?' Workshops: UK 2017

HOW’S YOUR RUNNING’ workshops are designed to help both therapists and runners sort through the myths and misconceptions that currently fill the world of running injury management & prevention. By taking a good look at current evidence and examining the impact of modern concepts taken from pain & movement science, attendees are presented with the tools to challenge many of the traditional approaches & explanations still used by many health care professionals today and replace them with a more critical, self evaluated, evidence based approach.

Below you will find details of the different workshops available: full day CPD courses for therapists and three hour practical workshops for runners. Dates for the first half of 2017 across the UK and abroad are now live, so if you are interested book your place now to take advantage of the discounted early bird ticket prices.


Workshop Dates 2017

Jan 21 - Amsterdam: 'Putting the Evidence Back into Running Injury Management' 
Jan 22 - Amsterdam: 'Reduce Injury, Increase Performance: Runners Workshop
Jan 28 - Liverpool: 'Putting the Evidence Back into Running Injury Management'
Feb  4  - London: 'Putting the Evidence Back into Running Injury Management'
Feb 18 - Newbury: 'Putting the Evidence Back into Running Injury Management'
Mar 11 - Lincoln: 'Evidence Based Running Assessment and Gait Re-education'
Mar 12 - Lincoln: 'Reduce Injury, Increase Performance: Runners Workshop'
Mar 18 - Birmingham: 'Evidence Based Running Assessment & Gait Re-education'
Mar 19 - Catterick: 'Putting the Evidence Back into Running Injury Management' 
Apr 8/9 - Stockholm (Sweden): Two Day Workshop (both of above) Tickets Available!


FANCY HOSTING A WORKSHOP?

If you are interested in hosting either a therapist or runners workshop and have suitable facilities (seating for up to 20, wall/screen for presentation projection, floor/outdoor area for practical content) drop us an email: matt@strideuk.com


'Putting the Evidence Back into Running Injury Management'
8 hours CPD accredited by the Sports Therapy Association

Suitable for: Sports Therapists, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Personal Trainers & Coaches who currently help (or plan to help) runners manage & prevent running related injury.

Content:
This foundation workshop is designed to help therapists sort through the myths and misconceptions that currently fill the world of running injury management & prevention. By taking a detailed look at current evidence and in particular the impact of modern concepts from pain science, attendees will be presented with the tools to challenge many of the traditional approaches & explanations still used by health care professionals today and replace them with a more critical, self evaluated, evidence based approach.

Areas covered include:
An introduction to current conceptual models of cognitive neuroscience.
An understanding of the implications on our traditional approach to rehabilitation & performance.
Modern methods of assessing & treating runners, incorporating a biopsychosocial approach.
An extensive tool-kit of run-specific exercises & drills, with an understanding of which, when, why & how.
An introduction to the use of gait analysis & gait retraining.


'Evidence Based Running Assessment & Gait Re-education'
8 hours CPD accredited by the Sports Therapy Association

Suitable for: Sports Therapists, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Personal Trainers & Coaches who currently use/plan to use Gait Analysis to help runners manage & prevent running related injury and improve running performance.

Content: 
Recommended as a follow on to the foundation workshop ‘Putting the Evidence Back into Running Injury Management‘, this workshop takes concepts formerly introduced and expands on them with reference to the use of Gait Analysis & Gait Re-education to help runners manage & recover from injury/pain, reduce risk of future incidence & improve performance. By utilising what both biomechanics and pain science research tells us, therapists will learn an evidence based, multifactorial approach to the assessment of runners. Case studies will be used to illustrate the benefits of gait analysis and re-education as well as potential pitfalls and red herrings.


Areas covered include:
What to look out for in the case history.

Pre-treadmill assessment of strength, mobility & neuromuscular control.
Fundamental elements for a successful gait analysis.
How to avoid red herrings & confirmation bias.
Putting the pieces together: Case history + Assessement + Gait Analysis.
Coming up with a plan: Activity modification + Ancillary exercise + Gait re-education


'Reduce Injury, Increase Performance: Runners Workshop'
3 hours CPD accredited by the Sports Therapy Association

Suitable for: Runners of all levels, Personal Trainers, Coaches & Therapists keen to learn evidence based, practical ways to manage running related injury & reduce risk of occurrence.

Content: This three hour practical workshop is designed to help runners identify many of the misconceptions out there regarding how to reduce risk of running injury. It provides an excellent opportunity for runners of any level to take charge of injury management and avoid some of the myths and pitfalls sold by magazines, dvd’s and websites.

Areas covered include:
How to structure an effective warm up & cool down
Strength Training• Stretching
Footwear and footstrike
Understanding Pain
Biomechanics & Running Injury
Cadence & Gait Retraining


 

Matt Phillips

How’s Your Running? workshops are presented by Matt Phillips, running injury specialist for the UK national magazine Running Fitness and writer for online running resource Runners Connect. The workshops have to date been met with great success up & down the UK, and in 2017 will be crossing the pond to be delivered in Amsterdam. A popular presenter at national conferences such as Therapy Expo, Matt has been a guest speaker on podcasts including The Physio Matters PodcastChris Johnson PT and Runners Connect. Based at Studio57clinic on the South Coast of England, Matt is part of a multidisciplinary team of sports therapists, physiotherapists, osteopaths, podiatrists and massage therapists, specialising in running technique analysis using the onsite gait lab facilities of StrideUK.

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