Námskeið FS: Sporting hip and groin

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  • Dagsetning:
    17. maí 2019 - 18. maí 2019
  • Staðsetning: Húsnæði Ísí, Engjavegi 6
  • Tími:
    08:30 - 16:30
  • Bókunartímabil:
    7. janúar 2019 - 5. apríl 2019
  • Almennt verð:
    73.000 kr.
  • Fagdeild verð:
    67.000 kr.

Leiðbeinandi: James Moore M.Phty (Manips), BSc (Hons) PG Dip App Biomechanics MCSP, CSCS


The pelvis, hip and groin is a complex region of the body, with multiple pathologies coexisting and large forces being generated and absorbed through this region during almost all sports. Many local structures can generate pain in this region, and to further complicate matters, there are a number of structures that can refer pain into the area.

This course was first established in the UK in 2004, and has so far taught over 2000 therapists in the UK, as well a being delivered internationally. The course covers a collection of published research articles and ideas, brought together by the teachings of many leading clinicians James has come into contact with over the years. They have drawn on their collective experiences working with elite athletes through The English & Australian Institutes of Sport, within professional teams, The Olympics and National teams, post graduate studies and numerous clinical courses. Their aim is to piece together a framework for assessing and treating what is challenging yet rewarding area - The Sporting Hip & Groin.

Um leiðbeinandann:

James completed his Bachelors at Kings Collage London, over 20 years ago now; he qualified as an exercise Physiologist and Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) in 1998; completed his Masters of Physiotherapy at University of Queensland in 2000; and his Masters of Science (Applied Biomechanics) in 2005 from University of Strathclyde. James has been fascinated by hip mechanics for over 15 years and also loves teaching about lower limb mechanics and injury mechanisms, in particular with a special interest in hamstring injuries and speed development.

James is currently employed by The British Olympic Association (BOA), where he has three roles; Head of Performance for all Olympic Games; managing The Intensive Rehabilitation Unit (IRU); leading on research to align with the IOC. Concurrently, James is the Sports and Exercise Medicine Director for a private clinic in Harley Street, The Centre for Health & Human Performance (CHHP).

 James has previously held positions such as Head of Medical Services at Saracens RFC; Consultant Clinical Lead Physiotherapist to UK Athletics; and Consultant contracted Physiotherapist for the RFU to the Elite Performance Squad; where he worked through two Olympic cycles including London 2012, and helped in the preparation for the Rugby World cup 2011.


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