Master Sporting Hand & Wrist Injuries


Only $49.00

DID YOU KNOW?

  

THE HAND & WRIST ACCOUNT FOR UP-TO 25% OF ALL INJURIES IN SPORTS

 
BUT...
 

80% OF CLINICIANS ADMITTED A LACK OF CONFIDENCE TREATING THE HAND & WRIST WHEN POLLED 

START MANAGING THE HAND & WRIST WITH CONFIDENCE

 

Join Ian Gatt, an expert at managing & rehabilitating sporting hand & wrist injuries through our solution to becoming confident in this intimidating area. Ian makes the scary simple and brings everyone up-to speed in this excellent webinar series 

WHAT WILL I COVER?

 
  • Both included webinars will cover:

    • Relevant anatomy
    • Relevant pathology
    • Objective Measures
    • Injury management (from self-management to add-on considerations)
    • Rehab from early - mid - late stage
    • How best to approach return to train post-injury - especially in elite athletes
Presented By

IAN GATT

PT, MSc OMT, MAACP, MCSP, BSc (Hons)

 

  • Physiotherapist for over 20 years
  • Upper Limb Injury Specialist with the prestigious English Institute of Sport
  • GB Boxing Lead Physio & Head of Performance
  • Anthony Joshua's Cutman
  • Served at multiple Olympic games
  • PhD candidate in Upper Limb Biomechanics at Sheffield Hallam University

SAVE 25% & Buy Webinar 1 & 2 Together

 

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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(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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(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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