COURSES & WEBINARS

  

LEARN FROM THE BEST PERFORMANCE & SPORTS MEDICINE PRACTITIONERS SUPPORTING ELITE ATHLETES & ORGANISATIONS

 

WHAT DO WE OFFER?

Inform Performance provides both online courses and online webinars. Webinars are our quick and specific topic content taught by a single expert presenter, typically lasting around 45 - 90 minutes. Online Courses are our longer form and built out modular content with an extensive curriculum lasting for many hours. 

LATEST COURSE

Strength & Conditioning for Rehab Professionals

Online Course

Join Dr Andy McDonald and seven top level practitioners on The Strength & Conditioning for Rehab Professionals Online Course. This course shares essential S&C knowledge that is contextually specific & transferable to your environment

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ONLINE WEBINARS 

Managing Patellofemoral Pain for Athletes

Claire Robertson s a specialist Physiotherapist who runs a Patellofemoral clinic at Wimbledon Clinics. Claire has lectured internationally on this topic and has many research papers and editorials in peer reviewed journals.  Sign-up to improve the way you manage this injury! 

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THE SPORTING HAND & WRIST WEBINAR SERIES

The Sporting Hand & Wrist Webinar Series Discount Bundle (Webinar 1 & 2) gives you discounted access to both webinars for purchasing them together! Save money & select our most comprehensive option.

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Sporting Hand & Wrist (Part 2) - Traumatic Injuries In Sports

When presented with a traumatic injury do you know what type of pathology to consider? How do you differentiate between a mild, moderate, or severe injury? What is your rationale for referring for a scan? What should you consider in the management? This webinar will cover all this & more!

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Sporting Hand & Wrist (Part 1) - Non-Traumatic Injuries In Sports

On the ulnar side there are a myriad of pathologies, hence why it is sometimes referred to as the ‚Äėblack box‚Äô of the wrist. The radial side is no easier with conditions like intersection syndrome or stress fractures of scaphoid, to name a few that practitioners may not be familiar with. This webinar will cover all this & more!

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