Practical Rehab Workshops

The Complex Spine
The Grumbling Shoulder
The Difficult Gluteal Tendon

Incorporating Clinical Pilates and Functional Exercises


Dr. Henry Wajswelner

These practical workshops will help you achieve successful outcomes more often for people with degenerative spinal and peripheral joint conditions. They will teach you new exercises using Clinical Pilates, as well as early to end-stage functional rehab exercises and when to best apply them.

If you work in a clinic that regularly uses exercise therapy, these workshop series should not be missed. 

Presenter, Dr. Henry Wajswelner is a specialist Sports Physiotherapist working in sports and spinal for over 30 years. His past working history includes the AIS.

Co-presenter, Domenic Trimboli is an expert in ‘end-stage’ rehabilitation. He has over 25 years experience having worked exclusively with elite Australian athletes.

Co-presenter, Frank Care is an APA Sports Physiotherapist and currently undertaking a Clinical Doctorate in exercise rehabilitation for chronic spinal pathologies. 


General Information

Presenters
Dr. Henry Wajswelner
Frank Care
Domenic Trimboli

Workshops

Module A
The Complex Spine - Thoracic

Module B
The Complex Spine - Lumbar

Module C
The Grumbling Shouder

Module D
The Difficult Gluteal Tendon


Workshop Overviews

The Complex Spine - Thoracic

The following points will be covered

  • Revision of the relevant clinical anatomy
  • Common pathologies and their common findings in the thoracic spine:
    • pain/stiffness/posture/weakness
  • Targeted objective assessment
    • Thoracic posture measurement
    • When to refer (ie. red flags, more imaging, medication)
  • Addressing causative factors that contribute to thoracic pathology
    (ie. Stiffness, weakness, environmental)
  • Favourite Clinical Pilates and functional exercises 
    • Mobility Exercises
    • Postural awareness
    • Strengthening postural muscles
  • Home exercises to improve mobility/posture/strengthening 
  • Manual therapy techniques to assist recovery
  • Higher level exercises and return to sport
    • Understand when and how to progress programs (keep patients progressing/motivated)
    • Case study examples
 
The Complex Spine - Lumbar

The following points will be covered

 

  • Revision of the relevant clinical anatomy
  • Common specific pathologies and their clinical signs in the lumbar spine
    • Disc pathology, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, radiculopathy, Modic changes
  • Why ‘disc compression’ is the enemy for successful patient outcomes
  • Building a direction specific program for the relevant pathology
  • Favourite Clinical Pilates and functional exercises 
    • Mobility Exercises
    • Core strength & motor control (trunk and hips)
  • Home exercises to compliment ‘in house’ Clinical Pilates programs
  • Setting program goals and reassessing baseline measures
  • Progressing programs to a higher level to continue challenging patients
  • Case study examples
 
  • Patho-biological mechanisms for injury
  • Common pathologies and their signs & symptoms
    • Frozen shoulder
    • Subacromial impingement/bursitis
    • Rotator cuff tears
    • Instabilities
    • AC joint problems
  • What to look for when assessing the shoulder
  • Involving medical intervention
    • When to image
    • When to refer for specialist opinion
  • How to safely structure an exercise program for strength and mobility gains
    • Clinical Pilates
    • Functional exercises
    • Home exercises (and gym)
  • Manual therapy techniques and dry needling
  • Prognostic indicators for successful outcomes
  • Progressing exercises towards end-stage rehab
The Grumbling Shoulder

The following points will be covered

 
  • Patho-biological mechanism for tendinopathy
  • How to settle pain in the early stages of management
    • Environmental changes and tips
    • Modifying current exercise loads to more appropriate levels
    • Early-stage gluteal activation exercises to settle pain
  • Manual therapy tips (and dry needling) to assist with pain management
  • Gluteal exercises: from start to finish (low to high level)
    • Clinical Pilates
    • Functional exercises
    • Band/gym exercises
  • Why it’s important to improve hip range for optimal outcome
  • Home exercises to help with pathology maintenance
  • The benefits of strengthening above and below the hip
    • Trunk/pelvic and leg strengthening
  • Returning to previous exercise levels without risk of flare-up
The Difficult Gluteal Tendon

The following points will be covered


Melbourne

Evado Studios
165 Burwood Road
Hawthorn VIC 3122

Time
9:30am - 5:00pm
(9:15 registration)

Cost
$399 per session
(*$699 for The Complex Spine - Thx (May 27th) & Lx (May 28th) modules)

7 PD Points per session

Saturday April 29th
The Grumbling Shoulder

Saturday May 27th*
The Complex Spine - Thoracic

Sunday May 28th*
The Complex Spine - Lumbar

Saturday August 5th
The Grumbling Shoulder

Sunday August 6th
The Difficult Gluteal Tendon

Saturday October 7th
The Difficult Gluteal Tendon


Sydney

St Vincent's Hospital (Public)
Level 4, Aikenhead Building
390 Victoria Street
Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Time
9:30am - 5:00pm
(9:15 registration)

Cost
$399 per session

7 PD Points per session

Saturday July 29th
The Grumbling Shoulder

Saturday October 21st
The Difficult Gluteal Tendon


Adelaide

Dates for 2017 released shortly
For enquiries please contact Evado Education


Perth

Dates for 2017 released shortly
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Brisbane

Dates for 2017 released shortly
For enquiries please contact Evado Education


03 8393 5886   |   info@evadoeducation.com.au