22 Feb 2018 - 23 Feb 2018    
8:45 am - 5:00 pm
Bookings closed
7th street & 11th avenue, rosebank, johannesburg
Glen Robbins and Ben Matthew
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CPD Points
16 CEUs applied for
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Evidence Based Injury Prevention in Runners- Bridging the Rehab to Performance Gap with Glen Robbins and Ben Matthew; Camelot International, Houghton, Johannesburg; 22-23 February 2018

16 CEUs applied for

Course times: 8.45am to 5pm on day 1 & 2 


Course Material

Do you want to reduce the injury risk of your runners?

Do you want to improve their performance following rehab?

Participation in running is at an all time high. Running however, is a high-risk activity with an injury rate, ranging from 50 – 85 % during any 12 month period. Integrating Strength training in the rehabilitation of runners can REDUCE injury risk and IMPROVE performance.

This highly practical course will give you the skills and knowledge to integrate movement screening and strength training tools in the rehabilitation of injured runners.

This course provides a unique opportunity to integrate an evidence based approach to injury prevention and performance enhancement in the management of running injuries.

You will explore common biomechanical deficits found in injured runners, using validated movement screening tools and be provided with an overview of utilising strength training for prevention of overuse injuries in runners.

There will be a particular focus on functional screening and movement analysis to guide exercise prescription and progression. Various training models and exercise regimes (Single leg training, Posterior Chain Strength, Hip Stabilisation, Dynamic Core Strength training) will be explored with a special emphasis on practical application and current research trends in the prevention of overuse injuries.

This course is limited – book early to secure your place.

The course has been designed for physiotherapists, osteopaths, sports therapists, running coaches, personal trainers and other health care professionals who are involved in the management of running injuries.

Learning Objectives :

1.Understand the common biomechanical and movement pattern dysfunction of injured runners.

2. Develop practical skills for functional assessment and movement analysis in runners for risk stratification and to guide exercise progression.

3. Eyplore important strength training principles and safe exercise prescription of advanced exercises and integrate evidence based injury prevention tools as part of lower limb rehabilitation in runners

4. Develop practical skills and clinical reasoning processes to apply strength training methods in the late stage rehab of runners with practical case studies

Note: Each activity will consist of theoretical and practical components.

Please bring shorts to the course for the practical sessions. Pre-reading articles will be sent before the course.

Day 1 – Movement Screening & Strength Training for Runners
Registration (8.45 to 9.00)
AM (09.00 to 12.25)
– Overview of Running Injuries and Update on Current Research
– Functional Screening and Movement Analysis
§ Practical – Runners Readiness Scale
§ Practical – Movement Screening ( 3 Core Tests)
§ Practical – Dynamic Differentiation Tests
– Principles of Strength Training (Theory and Exercise Prescription)
Lunch (12.25 to 1)
PM (1 to 5pm)
– Evidence based Injury Prevention for Runners
– Practical Strength, Hip Stabilisation, Dynamic Core Strength Exercises
§ Corrective Exercises – Movement Patterning
§ Functional Strength Training for Runners
§ Hip Stabilisation Exercises
§ Dynamic Core Strength Training
– Subjective Special Qs
Case Study
Q& A
Day 2 – Conditioning Strategies and Running Re-training
Registration (8.45 to 9.00) (There!will!be!short!breaks!in!the!morning!and!afternoon)!
AM (09.00 to 12.25)!
Overuse Injuries in Runners
Conditioning Strategies for Injury Prevention & Performance
§ High Velocity Training
§ Plyometrics for Speed and Running Efficiency
§ Medicine Ball Training
§ Dynamic Mobility Drills for Runners
Practical Considerations
§ Dynamic Warmup
§ Integrating S&C with Running
§ Reducing injury risk during conditioning training
Lunch (12.25 to 1)
PM (1 to 5pm)
Biomechanics and Evidence Based Running Reeducation
Practical Application of Running retraining
§ Steprate (Cadence) Manipulation
§ Auditory Cues
§ Mirror Retraining
§ Running Drills
Clinical Reasoning in Running retraining
Case Study


How to book for this course

How To Book This Course:

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Course Times

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  • Day 1 & 2: 8.45am – 5pm



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