Physiotherapy Course Summary:
REMEDY COURSES, SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY AND THE MACP PROUDLY PRESENT: PROFESSOR GWENDOLEN JULL
16TH AND 17TH SEPTEMBER 2017
£350 (MACP Members) | £400 (Non-MACP Members) | 9am-5pm
At Remedy House, 24 Wilkinson Street, Sheffield, S10 2GB
Prof Jull visits from Australia to teach on what is her first course in the UK for over 20 years and what will be her only UK date of 2017, an opportunity not to be missed! This exclusive and prestigious course is open to all levels of Physiotherapists with this event marking a watermark in post-graduate learning.
Covered in this course:
• Differential diagnosis of the cervical spine
• The challenge of lessening neck pain recurrence
• Management of neck disorders emphasising:
• a research informed multimodal approach
• addressing pain and other symptoms
• comprehensive cervical rehabilitation
• the biopsychosocial model in the management of musculoskeletal disorders.
Additionally, physical impairment in the sensory, articular, neuromuscular and sensorimotor systems will be presented to inform treatment planning.
This course has a practical emphasis and will demonstrate how research informs and directs clinicians.
About Prof Gwendolen Jull:
Prof Jull is an Emeritus Professor in Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland, Australia and continues her teaching, clinical and research interests in the diagnosis and management of neck pain disorders.
Her particular interests are in cervicogenic headache, whiplash associated disorders, manipulative therapy and quantifying the dysfunction in the cervical neuromuscular and sensorimotor systems as a basis for therapeutic exercise in the rehabilitation of neck disorders.
Prof Jull has published extensively in the field with approximately 300 publications, 3 books and 40 book chapters. Prof Jull is a Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists and a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist.