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Getting injured is a constant threat in any sport you play, and if they aren’t managed properly, these injuries can become a recurring problem, stopping you from playing and enjoying the sport you love. Injury prevention is key to having full enjoyment and prosperity out of sport, it will ensure that you can achieve your maximum potential in any sport you play, and in your personal life outside of sport where injuries can take a massive toll on your body and wellbeing.
Sports therapy is a good way to reduce the risk of injury, or making an injury worse. Sports therapy will work with participants to help prevent injuries, recognise, manage and treat them should they occur, and if a participant should get injured, they will be rehabilitated back to full fitness.
This course will teach you comprehensive knowledge of how sporting injuries can occur, the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and management of such injuries.
KEY LEARNING POINTS
- Contra-indications to treatment
- Basic principles of treatment
- Sports injuries to lower limbs
- Sports injuries of the shoulder
- Sports injuries of the bac
- Taping and strapping injuries
ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE
- Utilise the knowledge to get an understanding of injuries that yourself, teammates and friends suffer from.
- Implement the knowledge you learn as soon as you finish the course.
- Start building an interest, and potentially a career, in physiotherapy or sports rehabilitation.
Course completion certificate included.
Free technical support available 7am-7pm GMT via email, telephone or online chat.
This course is compatible with Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
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