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Professional Courses

We are delighted to be able to run professional courses from our clinic in Chandlers Ford, Hampshire. 

We have a spacious, air conditioned studio, from which to run courses in modern, comfortable surroundings. We also have an onsite rehabilitation studio and treadmill. There is free onsite parking and local shops and cafes for refreshments. 

We are easily accessable on the South coast from the M3 and M27, with Chandlers Ford railway station just a few steps away and the Bluestar 1 bus from Southampton or Winchester, stopping just outside. 

2018 Courses 

The Running Repairs Course with Tom Goom - May 5th & 6th 2018 

Running Repairs is an evidence-based course with a strong practical element to help physiotherapists and health professionals manage running injury. The course is led by Running Injury Specialist Tom Goom, widely know as ‘The Running Physio’. Tom has gained a worldwide audience and a growing reputation in the sports medicine community due to his extensive writing on running related injury. He has written for the British Journal of Sports Medicine Blog, Running Fitness, Kinetic Revolution and Men’s Running UK and has recently published his first research paper. Tom’s passion is turning research findings and theory into practical solutions for patients you see in every day clinic. Bookings open Saturday 5th February. 

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Unravelling Strength & Conditioning for Therapists with Andrew McCauley - October 20th & 21st 2018 

Course Description

I have completed a lot of courses and qualifications over the years and I can say without doubt that becoming a strength and conditioning specialist has totally transformed my practice as a physiotherapist. It is something that unfortunately is not taught on our undergraduate degree, yet it is perceived that we are experts in exercise prescription. I now know, after finishing my physiotherapy degree, I was not an exercise prescription specialist. As physiotherapist’s we are in a perfect position to be leaders in the world of sports medicine and performance enhancement. However, although we are experts in movement analysis, we are definitely in second place when it comes to strength training. This course will give you an introduction into how S&C can transform your current practice both with athletic and non-athletic patients (Granny’s& Grandad’s included).

Learning outcomes

  • Understanding the key principles of S&C & how you can implement these into early, mid and late stage rehab (from post op to pole vault…if that’s your sport)
  • Why exercise prescription is more than just 3 sets of 10.
  • How to identify the correct strength-training goal for your patients (& not just the sporty ones).
  • Understand the biomechanics of strength training (This is more fun than it looks, I promise)
  • How you can adjust exercise programmes for pathological conditions & get better, faster results (including guidelines on return to sport).
  • How to increase your patient’s strength without hypertrophy or needing a gym membership.
  • Why rest intervals during strength training are so important for the recovery of the nervous system & how manipulating this can affect the quality of your exercise programme.
  • The difference between strength and power movements & why knowing the difference is essential in return to sport from injury.
  • Why adjusting load is the key to managing overuse injuries & why light load can sometimes be not as effective as heavy load.
  • Why fundamental movement patterns are essential for all your patients.

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Paediatric & Adolescent Musculoskeletal disorders - an introduction with Tom Quantrell - Saturday Novemeber 17th 2018

This course is aimed at musculoskeletal physiotherapists who are interested in the assessment and management of children and young people (CYP) with musculoskeletal disorders and paediatric physiotherapists who are keen to improve their musculoskeletal knowledge.

The course will predominantly focus on a typical patient that may present in an outpatient department or clinic.

Course Aims

The aim of this one day course is to allow the delegate to leave with a basic knowledge and confidence to assess and treat a CYP that presents in their clinic or department.

The topics that will be covered in the day are:

  • Normal musculoskeletal development
  • Normal gait development
  • Common CYP lower limb disorders
  • Common CYP upper limb disorders
  • Common CYP spinal disorders
  • Assessing a paediatric gait
  • Generalised hypermobility and hypermobility syndrome


Tom Quantrell MCSP MSc - Tom is a chartered physiotherapist with a master’s degree in sports and exercise rehabilitation and with over 10 years’ experience of working with children and young people (CYP). Over the last 8 years Tom has set up and run paediatric musculoskeletal services in both the NHS and private sector. He has worked with numerous elite young athletes including 2 years with a premiership rugby club’s junior academy and his current role as one of the age group physiotherapists for England Hockey. Tom also lectures on the Paediatric physiotherapy Master’s program at UCL.

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If you'd be interested in running a course in Hampshire, please drop us an email to 

Previous Courses Hosted 

Acupuncture for Migraines with Jenny Longbottom 

Assessment of the foot in relation to gait dysfunction and injury with Paul Harradine 

Dynamic taping with Gerard Greene 

Modern exercise prescription for therapists with Nick Grantham 

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15 years in the business

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Our care is focused on listening to you, solving your injury problems and achieving your goals.


Get to the root

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Integrated approach

Our expert team will solve your injury puzzle, providing seamless care between our range of services.

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