Theatre 4

Wednesday 9th May

Thursday 10th May


10.15 - 10.45

To be announced...

Benefits of knee bracing for patients with knee osteoarthritis

There is a growing evidence base for the benefits of off-loading knee bracing for patients with knee osteoarthritis. This seminar will look at the technology and evidence of this type of functional knee brace and how it can benefit patients in private practice.


11.00 - 11.30

Rob Mast

Ultrasound in the hands of an Extended Scope Physiotherapist (ESP)

Clinicians are increasingly interested in diagnostic ultrasound at the point of care. Those with appropriate training in musculoskeletal ultrasound are perfectly placed to embrace diagnostic ultrasound in their clinical environments. This seminar will briefly discuss how ultrasound could add value to a clinical consultation. It will also indicate the limitations and cautions of diagnostic ultrasound in a clinical environment. There will be a practical demonstration on basic scanning skills.


11.45 - 12.15

Ruth Duncan

Fascia and Pain

What is fascia’s role in pain? Fascia is involved in force transmission, lubrication, and cellular communication. It protects, connects and separates of all other structures and therefore must play a role in dysfunction and pain. This lecture will discuss what happens when fascia becomes injured and how it compounds body dysfunction. Scar tissue and adhesions will also be discussed including their contribution to structural imbalances, physiological distress and ultimately pain.


12.30 - 13.00

Mohannad Al Naser

Spinal Decompression Using the Spinal Backrack System

All back pain is caused by bone deformity, nerve and disc pathology directly linked to compression. This seminar will demonstrate how Backrack works directly on the cause of backpain, decompressing the spine, hence treating the causes rather than symptoms of pain. It was developed exclusively for spinal joint decompression for back pain sufferers by B.M Luklinski. It's based on a unique concept and application in back pain treatment and prevention and is effective and safe to use.


13.15 - 13.45

Dr. Stephen Barabas BSc., BVMS., MRCVS

Why Class IV Laser Therapy is Essential for Modern Practices.

In the 1960’s scientists discovered infrared laser photobiomodulation and its benefits for human health. By 2018, after 60 years of core and clinical science and technological equipment development, we can treat and manage a wide array of clinical wound, neurological and musculoskeletal disorders. This lecture gives a brief overview of core science and clinical applications, and the benefits Class IV Laser therapy brings to modern human pain or rehabilitation clinics.


14.00 - 14.30

Chris & Karene Lambert-Gorwyn

Get More Clients! Help More People! Make More Money!

Would you like more clients? Or maybe earn more money doing the work you love? If you could learn the Top 3 Strategies for practitioners to get more clients would that be useful? In this seminar, Chris and Karene want to teach you how to get more clients, help more people and make more money so you can create your own six-figure practice! Sharing expertise gained from two decades experience in the practitioner world, multi-award winning entrepreneurs Chris and Karene will be candid about what actually works vs what is popular when it comes to running a successful Practitioner Business. Focusing on how to get more clients through your door, they will share the 5 Step System they have taught around the world to over 1000 practitioners. If you would like to get more clients, help more people or make more money, this is the seminar for you!


14.45 - 15.15

Martin Harvey

Platelet-Rich- Plasma – a novel bloody cure for lower limb injuries

An introduction to the use of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) an innovative drug-free treatment for connective tissue injuries. It is prepared at point-of- use by the practitioner from a simple sample of the patients’ blood and administered by injection.  It is an elegant follow-on to the NICE recognised (IPG438) use of autologous blood for tendinopathies.