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Management of Cervical Spine Disorders - a research informed multimodal approach

with Gwendolin Jull

£400 | 16th September 2017 - 17th September 2017
At Sheffield Hallam University, Robert Winston Building, Collegiate Crescent Campus, Sheffield, S10 2BP

Prof Jull visits from Australia to offer this exclusive and prestigious course. Open to all levels of physiotherapists, this event marks 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 Gwen 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. To book call 0114  349 1281 or email

The Remedy MSK Survey

Evening Lecture: Manual Therapy within Contemporary Musculoskeletal Practice. Is there a generational shift in its utility and application?

07:00 pm - 09:00 pm 09th June 2017
At Sheffield Hallam University, Room HC0.06 Heart of the Campus Collegiate Crescent, Sheffield, S10 2BP

The role and impression of Manual Therapy within Physiotherapy practice appears to be changing. At the IFOMPT 2016 conference, luminaries in the field of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Brian Mulligan and Prof Gwendolen Jull went on record to state their fears of the degradation of handling skills amongst the younger cohort of physiotherapists. The aim of this survey was to understand the interventions used within Contemporary Musculoskeletal (MSK) Practice, and how participants viewed Manual Therapy. Of interest, was whether there is a generational shift in attitudes depending on the era of qualification, and whether interaction with particular social media platforms is associated with the individual physiotherapists stance or viewpoint towards Manual Therapy.

Free entry

This survey was conducted by clinicians at Remedy Courses ltd, and used the SurveyMonkey online format to collate responses from MSK physiotherapists. The presentation will be given by Thomas Mitchell, Andrew Cuff and Carmel Wood from Remedy Courses, and can be accessed online at a later date via our website. The publication of the results will also be issued on the blog section of our website

Manual Concepts Certificate in Spinal Manual Therapy with Dr Toby Hall

1-4 April 2017 10-13 June 2017 (8 days in total) to book email

£1000 | 09:00 am - 05:00 pm 01st April 2017
At Remedy House, 24 Wilkinson Street, Sheffield S10 2GB

The course will cover the anatomical, physiological and functional basis to the evaluation of pain disorders of the spine. Of special interest will be clinical practice, emphasizing clinical examination, evaluation, interpretation, diff erential diagnosis and management. Evidence based practice is an essential component of the programme, but evidence can only be used when it exists at a satisfactory level of quality, and unfortunately there are still aspects of manual therapy that have not be adequately investigated. This course emphasizes an evidence-based approach to spinal manual therapy, incorporating classifi cation of spinal pain disorders and subsequent sub-category based manual therapy management strategies. This course will be conducted in lecture, tutorial and workshop format for the clinician or academic who is interested in manual therapy, manual medicine or musculoskeletal medicine. It is anticipated that the course content will be suitable to individuals who are seeking new knowledge, to individuals seeking to expand their knowledge and to those individuals seeking the stimulation of clinical interaction. Whilst the course will be presented at a high level this should not be seen as a barrier to participation for those with little or with no previous experience in this special area. As a result of attending the course it is anticipated that participants will gain personal satisfaction as in a variety of ways that will enhance their individual requirements. There are therefore no pre-requisites for participation.

About Toby Hall

Toby Hall gained his undergraduate qualification in physiotherapy in the UK in 1985. He traveled to Curtin University to complete the postgraduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy in 1990. He then went on to complete a Master of Science in 1996 and a PhD in 2010. He has lectured extensively within Australia and many overseas countries. He is extensively involved in research at Curtin University as well as many teaching commitments. Toby has presented at many conferences, published a range of book chapters and 90+ articles related to research in the area of neural tissue dysfunction, cervicogenic headache and the Mulligan Concept. He is the co-author of 2 textbooks entitled Mulligan’s Mobilisation With Movement: The art and the science & The Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy: Manual of Techniques He is a Member of the International Advisory Board for Manual Therapy Journal and an Associate-editor of the Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy.

Remedy MSK Seminar Series

£20 | 07:00 pm - 09:00 pm 17th May 2017 , 07th June 2017
At Remedy House, 24 Wilkinson Street, Sheffield S10 2GB

This seminar series is aimed at all professional groups that want to improve their Musculoskeletal practice: GPs, Band 5 and Band 6 Level Physiotherapists, Physiotherapy Students, Junior Doctors, Medical Students

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The Shoulder: Theory and Practice

with Dr Jeremy Lewis

£280 | 17th March 2018 - 18th March 2018
At Remedy House, 24 Wilkinson Street, Sheffield S10 2GB

A biopsychosocial approach for the assessment and management of musculoskeletal conditions involving the shoulder region. Taught worldwide in over 30 countries, this course is continually updated, integrating the latest research evidence In addition to assessment & management of the shoulder region, this course synthesises the complex relationships between; the shoulder & body biomechanics, pain science, lifestyle, patient psychosocial factors, beliefs & expectations, best practice, & more …and is guaranteed to be fun.

This course remains a ‘work in progress’ and is continually being updated with the emergence of new research and clinical understanding. As a result, many people have participated on two and some on three occasions; therefore, if you have been previously and wish for an update, join us! This course will be fun, thought provoking, and provide opportunity to discuss ideas and share experiences. Email for more information or to make a booking.

The Adult Hip Patient Level 1 and 2

with Benoy Mathews and Glen Robins

£250 | 11th November 2017 - 12th November 2017
At Remedy House, 24 Wilkinson Street, Sheffield S10 2GB

Level 1: Differential Diagnosis and Manual Therapy. Level 2: Rehabilitation of Articular and Extra-articular Pathologies. The hip and groin area is often viewed as a “black box” because of the complex anatomy and overlapping pain referral patterns. Whether it is the weekend warrior, yoga enthusiast or the competing triathlete, accurate diagnosis and management of hip and groin pain can be challenging. The Level 1 and 2 courses are designed for all therapists who work with physically active patients with anterior hip and groin pain. The aim of those courses is to provide a clear, honest and evidence based look, combined with more than 25 years of joint clinical experience of Benoy Mathew and Glen Robbins. You will learn what does and does not work in the assessment and management of the active hip patient. A key goal would be for you to leave with things that both simplify the hip for you and help differentially diagnose what is going on, in both articular and extra-articular pathologies of the hip.

Attendees can expect to receive:

An overview of the complex interaction of the groin and the hip joint including femoro-acetabular impingement, labral lesions, extra-articular pathologies and tendinopathy - A detailed and a systematic physical examination will be covered using a novel and evidence based tool (The layering concept) for the assessment of the adult hip patient and a solid understanding of differential diagnosis - Current conservative management of articular pathologies (FAI, Early OA, Labral tears, Dysplasia) and extra-articular pathologies (adductor related and iliopsoas related groin pain) and clinical insights on managing complex presentations in hip and groin - Overview of Rehab principles following Hip Arthroscopy and application of manual therapy in the management of hip and groin pain - Practical application of rehab exercises including progression of hip stabilisation exercises and dynamic mobility exercises for the hip. Email for more information or to make a booking.