Lower Extremity Module - The Royal College of Chiropractors

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Lower Extremity Module - The Royal College of Chiropractors
SPORT & EXERCISE FACULTY
Lower Extremity Module
Friday 30th September - Sunday 2nd October 2016
Jurys Inn Oxford, Godstow Road, Oxford, OX2 8AL, United Kingdom
This practical seminar brought to you by the Royal College of Chiropractors’ Sport & Exercise Faculty
(RCCSEF) and the International Federation of Chiropractic Sport (FICS) can be undertaken as a standalone CPD event by any chiropractor or final year chiropractic student who is serious about becoming a
great practitioner and getting the best results for their patients. The 21/2 day programme will include a range
of lectures with a sports chiropractic focus, although relevant information for general chiropractic practice is
included.
This seminar meets one of the ‘hands-on module’ requirements of the FICS Internationally Certified
Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (ICCSP) qualification, the minimum standard for those wishing to develop
competencies in sports chiropractic and to serve at official FICS international events. To learn more about
the ICCSP and the conditions for enrolment, please visit: www.fics-sport.org
Speakers:
Ulrik Sandstrom BSc, DC, ICSSD, FRCC, MRCC
(Sport), FBCA, FEAC
Ulrik graduated from the AECC in 1991 and has
been involved in elite level sports chiropractic for
20 years. He is in his 6th season as a 1st team
chiropractor at Leicester Tigers Rugby and is
passionate about integrating in a multidisciplinary
team working towards ultimate care for the athlete.
He has lectured nationally and internationally to
sport medics, physiotherapists and chiropractors
on specific techniques and on chiropractors’ role in
sport and has presented ICCSP courses in Dublin
and Johannesburg.
Dik Skippings DC, ICSSD, PG Dip (Sports Med)
FRCC (Sport)
Dik graduated from the AECC in 1985. He is
Chairman of the Royal College of Chiropractors’
Sport and Exercise faculty, a Member of the British
Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine and
Team Chiropractor for the British Masters Athletic
Federation, attending British and European
Championships and at 5 World Championships. Dik
acted as a Sports Chiropractor at the London 2012
Olympic games.
Dr René Fejer BSc, MSc (Clin Biomechanics),
PhD, ICCSP
René is a chiropractor at the Spine Centre
Southern Denmark at Lillebaelt Hospital, and
Clinical Associate Professor at the University of
Southern Denmark. He has been teaching
chiropractic, medical and sports science students
at the University of Southern Denmark for more
than ten years as well as conducting research
within chiropractic and epidemiology. René is
Chair of the FICS Education Commission and is
also a FICS International Sports Chiropractor,
recently working at two World Championships in
Ju-Jitsu.
Alexander Ruhe MChiro, Ph.D.
Alexander graduated from the AECC in 2007. He
was selected for the FICS delegation providing
chiropractic care during the World Games 2009 in
Kaohsiung/Taiwan. He works as team chiropractor
for the professional ice hockey team ,,Grizzly
Adams" EHC Wolfsburg. He became general
secretary of the German Sports Chiropractic Council
(DGSC) in 2008, and concentrates on establishing
and promoting sports chiropractic services in
recreational and professional sports.
Schedule
Accommodation (self book)
Friday and Saturday:
08.00 - 08.30 Registration/ Tea & Coffee
08.30 - 13.00 Lectures
13.00 - 14.00 Lunch
14.00 - 17.00 Lectures
Dinner
Sunday:
08.00 - 08.30 Morning Coffee
08.30 - 13.00 Lectures
Learning Outcomes include:
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Exploring working within a Sports Team
Environment
Understanding general approaches to acute and
chronic sports injuries
Learning about Functional assessment, diagnosis
and Rx of the foot and ankle
Learning about functional assessment, diagnosis
and Rx of the knee
Learning about functional assessment, diagnosis
and Rx of the hip
Reviewing general lower extremity rehab protogols
Understanding Athlete treatment/ workflow
Travelodge Oxford Peartree Hotel
Rooms from £52 per night.
Visit: http://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/60/OxfordPeartree-hotel to book.
Holiday Inn Oxford
Bed and breakfast from £113.40 per night
Visit http://www.ihg.com/holidayinn/hotels/gb/en/
oxford/ofduk/hoteldetail to book
Jurys Inn Oxford
Bed and breakfast from £93.50 per night
Visit https://www.jurysinns.com/hotels/oxford to
book
Registration fee: £620
Special rates:
RCCSEF or FICS member: £550
RCCSEF or FICS member with ICCSP: £475
Final year student / 1st year graduate: £400
This fee includes lunch and dinner on Friday and
Saturday and all refreshments throughout the event.
Please bring a portable bench for the practical
Sessions if travelling by car.
How to register
For enquiries and to register and pay by card / bank transfer, please telephone +44 (0)118 946 9727
or email: [email protected]
Alternatively, please complete the registration form (below or linked) and send it with your cheque payable to
‘The Royal College of Chiropractors’, to the address below.
Cancellations: Fees will be refunded, less a £50 administration charge, for all cancellations
Registration Form - Lower Extremity Module, 30/9—2/10/2016
Name:…………………………………………………………...
Address:
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Email:…………………………………………………………….
Phone No:……………………………………………………….
Graduating Chiropractic College:…………………………….
Ref: SEE160930
Registration fees:
I enclose a cheque for £..........................................
or
Please send an electronic invoice of £....................
to my email address to allow online payment.
Please send your completed registration form to:
The Royal College of Chiropractors, Chiltern
Chambers, St Peters Avenue, Reading, RG4
7DH, UK. [email protected]

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