Dr Lee Herrington is a physiotherapist, researcher and lecturer in sports injury rehabilitation. He is a lower limb rehabilitation specialist with over 20 years experience working with professional and Olympic sports athletes providing assessment, treatment of injury and rehabilitation solutions. He is the a senior lecturer in sports rehabilitation at Salford University, has a PhD in knee pain and is a senior physiotherapist at the English Institute of Sport.
Lower limb rehabilitation specialist : English Institute of Sport and Salford University
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This course will review the thought process when doing a knee assessment and provide you with useful tips to remember when evaluating a patient. It will also focus on how faulty hip and pelvis mechanics influence knee function under load. The course will not teach practical skills or lead to any clinical qualification.
Lateral ankle sprains have a high rate of recurrence and a tendency to develop into chronic instability. There are a set of factors that can be used to determine the likelihood of progressing into chronicity and assessing these factors can help to predict and prevent this.
This course initially explores the key principles of exercise rehabilitation in relation to the physical stress theory, effects of loading, mobility and rigidity and the influence of pain. These are then discussed in relation to rehabilitation considerations which will ultimately enable us to understand loading in relation to the tissue and the individuals needs, and apply a series of loading experiences to an individual to achieve intended outcomes.
This course will cover information on muscle reloading and strengthening for lower limb conditions, and provide an evidence based review on gluteus medius strengthening. It will not teach practical skills or lead to any clinical qualification.