Edukacije visokog standarda u oblasti fizikalne medicine i rehabilitacije

Dr Lee Herrington PhD MSc MCSP

Senior lecturer in Sports Rehabilitation, Salford University
Clinical research lead, Knee Biomechanics and Injury research, University of Salford
Technical lead Physiotherapist, English Institute of Sport

Physiotherapist, Senior Lecturer in Sports Rehabilitation, Salford University;
programme leader for the MSc Sports Injury Rehabilitation course. Has a clinical
role as technical lead physiotherapist with the English Institute of Sport, leading
on issues related to lower limb injury rehabilitation across all the Olympic sports,
acts a consultant physiotherapist to premiership & championship football and
rugby union clubs. Worked as part of Team GB medical team at London 2012 and
Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Has previously worked with British Swimming, Great
Britain Basketball team, Wigan Warriors and Great Britain Rugby League teams
along with England Table Tennis and Netball. Is lead clinical researcher in the
Knee Biomechanics and Injury research programme at Salford University. Specific
research interests are anterior knee pain and rehabilitation following knee
surgery (principally ACLR), has published over 200 peer reviewed papers. Lee is
the editor in chief of Physical Therapy in Sport and on the editorial board of The
Knee journal and Journal of Athletic Training.



ACL injury management

This is a presentation which looks at the typical mechanisms of ACL injury and discusses the impact of this on rehabilitation. The talk then presents task orientated criterion based ACLR management strategy.

Main areas covered:

  • Mechanism of ACL injury
  • Monitoring of the performance of ACLR patients
  • Criterion based ACLR rehabilitation


Session aims:

Participants will gain an understanding of:-

  • The mechanisms behind ACL injury
  • The key factors in the aetiology of ACL injury
  • The outcome from ACL injury
  • How to monitor patient performance and rehabilitation progression
  • Criterion based ACLR rehabilitation



8.30-9.00              Registration

9.00-10.00           Mechanism of non-contact ACL injury

10.00-11.00         Causes of ACL injury

11.00-12.00         Outcome of ACL injury

12.00-13.00         Break

13.00-14.00         Criterion based rehabilitation following ACL reconstruction

14.00-16.00         Practical aspects of rehabilitation



Anterior Knee Pain; what, why & how

Anterior knee pain has often been regarded as the black hole of orthopaedics, because of the numerous differing pathologies involved in this catch all diagnosis. The catch all nature of anterior knee pain and the potential for it being a multitude of underlying pathologies is a likely reason for the difficulty often found in treating this group of conditions especially with regards to long term success. This presentation looks at the causes of anterior knee pain and aims to present features of the common underlying pathologies which will aid differential diagnosis.

Main areas covered:

  • Key underlying causes of anterior knee pain
  • Typical signs and symptoms of individual pathologies grouped as anterior knee pain
  • Effect of diagnosis on prognosis
  • Assessment for predisposing factors of anterior knee pain
  • Targeted management (symptomatic relief, load modification & reloading rehabilitation)


Session aims:

  • Participants will gain an understanding of:-
    • Differential diagnosis of anterior knee pain
    • Causes of Anterior Knee pain
    • Identification of factors involved in altered patellofemoral joint loading
    • Targeted management of anterior knee pain


8.30-9.00              Registration

9.00-10.30           Anterior knee pain differential diagnosis

10.30-12.00         Causes of anterior knee pain

12.00-13.00         Break

13.00-14.30         Assessment of predisposing factors creating anterior knee pain

14.30-16.00         Practical aspects of rehabilitation (symptomatic relief, load modification & reloading rehabilitation)


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