Patellofemoral Joint Symposium

Physiosports Brighton and La Trobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre (LASEM) bring together the world's leading researchers and clinicians on all aspects of patellofemoral joint injuries and management. Through a series of interactive masterclasses, lectures and workshops, learn from the best and integrate the latest evidence-based practice into your clinical skills.

Location: Masterclass to be held at Physiosports Brighton, 429 Nepean Highway, Brighton East VIC 3187.

Symposium & Workshops to be held at Firbank Grammar School Centenary Student Centre, lecture theatre 51, Outer Crescent Brighton VIC 3186. 16 to 18 March 2018, Melbourne

Time and date:
Friday 16 March (6.30pm – 9.30pm) - Masterclass & Dinner Specialists & Titleholders only
Saturday 17 March (8.30am – 5:00pm) - Symposium
Sunday 18 March (9.00am – 4.00pm) - Workshops, Case Studies, Q&A

Prices

Friday - Masterclass $95 (AUD)
Saturday - Symposium $390 (AUD)
Saturday & Sunday - Symposium & Workshops $770 (AUD) (Early Bird - $670 before 9 February 2018)
Friday, Saturday & Sunday - Masterclass, Symposium & Workshops $840 (AUD)

Save $100, book before 9 February!

Course Presenters:
Professor Kay Crossley
Dr Jean-Francois Esculier
Professor Bill Vicenzino
Dr Christian Barton
For more information on our presenters go to http://physiosports.com.au/pfj-symposium/

Course details:

Physiosports Brighton and La Trobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre (LASEM) bring together the world’s leading researchers and clinicians on all aspects of patellofemoral joint injuries and management.

Through a series of interactive masterclasses, lectures and workshops, learn from the best and integrate the latest evidence-based practice into your clinical skills.

Schedule of the event:

MASTERCLASS - Friday 16th March 6.30-9.30pm

SYMPOSIUM - Saturday 17th March 9.00am - 5.00pm

  • Kay Crossley: Getting to know PFP (Patellofemoral Pain)
  • Bill Vicenzino: The 4 Ps of PFP: Prognosis, Predictors of treatment, Pain, and Psychosocial factors.
  • JF Esculier: Are movement patterns associated with PFP?
  • Kay Crossley: Implications and consequences of PFP
  • Christian Barton: How to prescribe exercise to target specific patient impairments
  • Bill Vicenzino: Foot orthoses in managing PFP: evidence, application and can we predict who needs them?
  • JF Esculier: Runners with PFP: How can we optimise treatment?
  • Christian Barton: Running retraining: beyond step rate and strike pattern

WORKSHOPS & CASE STUDIES - Sunday 18th March 9.00am - 4.00pm

  • JF Esculier Running gait modifications for PFP in the clinic: what, why & how?
  • Christian Barton Exercise prescription - where to start and how to progress
  • Bill Vicenzino Implementing evidence based treatment with foot orthotics for PFP: simplified and practical
  • Lachlan Giles Blood flow restriction training for PFP
Diary Date: 
Friday, March 16, 2018 - 18:30