The module aims to prepare students with a depth of skills in the management of a patient in the acute exercise rehabilitation setting. This might be with musculoskeletal injuries and/or health and fitness. This is in line with BASRAT’s current vision of sports rehabilitators in the workplace.
There will be a large emphasis on different acute training modalities used within rehabilitation. This will bridge the gap between acute patient management and return to play testing and decision making for an athlete or patient to return to sport or activities of daily living.
Dates and Times
This course runs one day a week for one semester either on a Monday or a Thursday from Monday 19th September 2022 to Monday 16th January 2023. This course is in a blended format with a combination of lectures, seminars and workshops. Face-to-face and live online hours vary slightly each week but remain within the hours of 9am and 6pm.
Students will get the assessment dates at the start of the module so have plenty of time to prepare.
The full cost of this course is £1084
St Mary's University alumni receive a 20% discount.
- Communication / Psychology of Injury
- Stretching and mobility training
- Benefits of self management techniques
- Neuromuscular control / functional movement patterns
- NWB to Early Loading / movement training
- NWB to Early strength Training / BFR
- Gait Re-education
- Early movement re-patterning
- Early Screening / transition to late stage
- Early fitness / reconditioning
Students will normally be expected to have achieved a 2:1 or a good 2:2 (or equivalent) in a related discipline, including: sport and exercise science, sports coaching, strength and conditioning, sport science, sports therapy, physical education and physiotherapy.
There are two assessments for this module, both are worth 50% of the overall mark for the module. Both assessments must be passed and cannot be compensated.
- Assessment 1 – Practical Assessment (30-minute viva with a case study)
- Assessment 2 – Presentation (30-minute case study-based presentation)
Upon successful assessment, learners will be awarded 20 Master's-level (Level 7) academic credits. Credits may be transferred onto existing masters degrees at St Mary’s University.
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For more information about this course please contact the Short Courses team:
Tel: 020 8240 4321