James Moore: THE SPORTING HIP & GROIN. March 2nd & 3rd 2019: CORK

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James Moore: THE SPORTING HIP & GROIN. March 2nd & 3rd 2019: CORK

350.00

Location: Physiotherapy Outpatient Department, Bon Secours Hospital, Cork.

 

Dates & Times: 2nd and 3rd March 9.00am to 5.00pm both days

 

Eligible Participants: Chartered Physiotherapists*, Registered Doctors, OCI Registered Osteopaths, CAI Registered Chiropractors

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Course Description

The Pelvis, Hip and Groin is a complex region of the body, with multiple pathologies co- existing and large forces being generated and absorbed through this region during almost all sports. Many local structures can generate pain in this region, and to further complicate matters, there are a number of structures that can refer pain into the area.

Perhaps nowhere else in the body is there currently a wider gap between the teachings of clinical practice and scientific fact. The Sporting Hip & Groin Course, attempts to blend the latest research, the opinion of experts in the field, and James’s extensive personal experience of current clinical concepts; to marry the art and science of management together in a clear and understandable way.

The original Sporting Hip & Groin course was first established in 2004, and has been delivered to over 2000 therapists in the UK, as well as internationally. The course covers a collection of published research articles and ideas brought together by the teachings of many leading clinicians. James has drawn on experiences with track and field over a nine year period, and four Olympic cycles, (Beijing 2008 & London 2012; Rio 2016; Tokyo 2020); through time in professional rugby (Both England and Saracens); consulting for some of the top clubs in the Premier League, Championship and Internationally for over 12 years; as well as running the Intensive Rehabilitation Unit (IRU) for all Olympic athletes through Sochi 2014; Rio 2016; PyeongChang 2018; and Tokyo 2020. His aim is to piece together all the research and place into context for clinical practice providing a framework for assessing and treating what is a challenging yet rewarding area - The Sporting Hip & Groin

Course Feedback

“Hands down the BEST hip course I have ever attended.”

“James’ knowledge and experience around the hip and groin is exceptional - a true expert in the field ”

“Really challenged and enhanced my clinical reasoning around athletic hip pain”

“Excellent course, has totally revamped my management of hip patients”

“Great high level rehab ideas”

Tutor

James Moore - Chartered Physiotherapist

MPhtySt (Manips), MSc Applied Biomechanics, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. CSCS, MMACP, MCSP

James is currently employed by The British Olympic Association (BOA), where he has three roles; Head of Performance for all Olympic Games; managing The Intensive Rehabilitation Unit (IRU); leading on research to align with the IOC. Concurrently, James is the Sports and Exercise Medicine Director for a private clinic in Harley Street, The Centre for Health & Human Performance (CHHP).

For the XXXII Olympiad Tokyo 2020 James will be The Head of Performance, coordinating & delivering all science and medicine strategies across three main sites. ForThe XXXI Olympiad Rio 2016, James was Deputy Chef de Mission Performance Services for Team GB, where he lead all sports science and sports medicine services in Rio and the Preparation Camp in Belo Horizonte. Team GB created history here, being the first nation to improve their performance at the Olympic Games after previously hosting, and furthermore they had their best ever medal tally in recent times, finishing second. James was Head of Performance for Team GB in the inaugural European Games, Baku 2015.

At the IRU, James leads the team, where their role is to problem solve over any complex cases that are recalcitrant for all Olympic sports, summer or winter, and both Olympians and Paralympian's. In his capacity for the BOA James sits on the strategic board for the Institute of Sport & Exercise Health (ISEH), which is part of the legacy of London 2012 and the National Centre’s for Sport & Exercise Medicine (NCSEM). The IOC recently awarded ISEH the honour of being one of nine International Research Centres.

James has previously held positions such as Head of Medical Services at Saracens RFC; Consultant Clinical Lead Physiotherapist to UK Athletics; and Consultant contracted Physiotherapist for the RFU to the Elite Performance Squad; where he worked through two Olympic cycles including London 2012, and helped in the preparation for the Rugby World Cup 2011.

James completed his Bachelors at Kings College London, over 20 years ago now; he qualified as an exercise Physiologist and Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) in 1998; completed his Masters of Physiotherapy at University of Queensland in 2000; and his Masters of Science (Applied Biomechanics) in 2005 from University of Strathclyde. James has been fascinated by hip mechanics for over 15 years and also loves teaching about lower limb mechanics and injury mechanisms, in particular with a special interest in hamstring injuries and speed development. Recently James has become a PhD candidate at University College London (UCL), under the supervision of Professor Fares Haddad. James will build a mathematical model around the hip to investigate whether muscle force and joint angles have a contribution to function.

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Mark Young - Co-developer

M.Phty (Sports), B.Phty (Aus), PG Cert (AIS), MAPA, MCSP

Mark is an accomplished Physiotherapist with a unique mix of research and clinical skills. He was awarded the post-graduate scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in 2003, where he worked with several elite sports. He is passionate about the need for research and has had his own research published in the BJSM. He has previously worked as a consultant to Nike Athletics, working with some of the world’s leading athletes on the World Athletics Tour, and

with the English Institute of Sport (EIS), in association with UK Athletics. Mark was the National Lead Physiotherapist for the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), prior to returning home to Melbourne, Australia, where he is Head of Performance at Geelong Cats, Australian Rules Football Club.

 

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*Chartered Physiotherapists:  Current full ISCP members or those who are eligible to become full members.

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