Tissue Repair and Electrotherapy
Victoria Infirmary, Glasgow.

 Professor Tim Watson 
13th April 2013

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09.00
Registration
09.15
Introduction
Review of Tissue Repair I
A consideration of the current view of tissue repair mechanisms and physiology
10.45
COFFEE
11.15
Tissue Repair II
Looking in more detail at the inflammatory, proliferative and remodelling events and how they might be influenced by exercise and manual therapy interventions
12.30
LUNCH
1.30
Electrotherapy and Tissue Repair : Ultrasound, Pulsed Shortwave and Laser Therapies
Ultrasound Pulsed Shortwave and Laser Therapy as modalities can have a direct influence on tissue repair. This session will briefly review the essentials of these modalities, then consider how they can influence repair advantageously
3.00
TEA
3.20
Ultrasound, Pulsed Shortwave and Laser II
Completion of the commonly employed modalities
4.00
Emerging Therapies
There are several therapies which have a growing evidence base which have an effect on tissue repair including :
Microcurrent Therapy : Shockwave Therapy : Magnetic Therapy : Low Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound
5.00
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Course Outline & General Content
The aim of this course is to explore the current concepts in tissue repair, healing and recovery from injury and then to consider how manual therapy, exercise therapies and other interventions could be reasonably expected to influence the process. A consideration of the role of three electrotherapy modalities (Ultrasound, Pulsed Shortwave and Laser Therapy) will be included in the afternoon session followed by a brief consideration of Emerging issues with some other modalities which have a growing body of evidence and which are starting to move into the clinical environment (Microcurrent Therapy, Shockwave Therapy, Magnetic Therapy and Low Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound (LIPUS)).
The programme aims to be both evidence based and clinically applicable.

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Corner Cottage, North End, Swineshead, Lincolnshire, PE20 3LR

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Corner Cottage, North End, Swineshead, Lincolnshire, PE20 3LR

Edinburgh Osteopath Helen How has over twenty-eight years experience of treating patients at the How Osteopathic Clinic (Trinity Edinburgh). Registered Osteopath Helen combines the latest advances in osteopathy with a gentle patient-centred approach to diagnosis and treatment ensuring that osteopathic treatment at the How Clinic is suitable for a wide-range of conditions including; back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee conditions Helen uses Video Clips exercises educational information and outcome which is sent to your computer smartphone or iphone if you wish Treatment at the How Osteopathic Clinic is tailored to the individual and where necessary uses a combination of osteopathic techniques including, Traditional Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, Electrotherapy, Vibrotherapy and Sports Remedial Massage. The holistic approach to osteopathy at the How Osteopathic Clinic, in addition to a full one hour treatment sessions, is designed to alleviate symptoms rapidly and can often significantly reduce the number of osteopathic treatments required. One of the few Osteopaths in Edinburgh and in Britain who uses the unique, gentle fleximatic vibrotherapy or shockwave therapy massage equipment combined with traditional osteopathic techniques in order to to find, feel and palpate those hard fibrotic bands of muscles which accumulate over the years of prolonged sitting, Helen has attended conferences held throughout the country; Helen has been using Shockwave Therapy for over 3 years now for Patella Tendons , Achilles Tendons Plantar Fasciitis and Tendon pain Hips, Upper Proximal Hamstring tendinopathy along with rehabilitation loading Contact Helen How, Registered Osteopath, 14 Craighall Gardens, Edinburgh EH6 4RJ To make an appointment contact Helen on 131 551 1044 or Text /Call 07889304762