A bit about the course...
The course is intended for those qualified and experienced in treating injuries and particular emphasis will be given to the application of ultrasound, interferential and combination therapy in sport. This course is a natural progression for those who already have good "hands on skills" and a working knowledge of sports injuries. The successful graduate will be able to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the use of electrotherapy for the management of injuries in a safe and professional manner. They must be fully aware of the effects and contraindications of electrotherapy.
> Entry Requirements
Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age, hold a minimum Level 4 qualification and be able to demonstrate at least 1 year of clinical practice treating injuries.
> Course Fees
The fee is £285 and you may claim 16 credits for Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
> Loyalty & Other Discounts
If you are already a student of our full Level 3 Certificate or Level 4 Diploma courses you will be entitled to a discount of 25% as part of our Customer Loyalty Discount Scheme and a further discount if you select to do all modules on our Level 5 course.
Please contact us for discount terms for booking more than one person. Also note that you may only use one available discount for each course.
> Next Electrotherapy Course:
BEDFORDSHIRE - University of Bedfordshire
see Course Calendar for all Modular dates
> Course Syllabus
- Physics in relation to Electrotherapy
- Physiology of Pain
- Thermal modalities
- Pain modulation
- Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation
- Indications and contra indications
- Electrotherapy applications in sports
> Course Structure
Some pre-course reading will be required to ensure you understand some fundamental concepts before attending the practical training.
12 Contact Hours
The practical training takes place over two days from 9.30am to 3.30pm each day. Practical training dates are shown under our Course Calendar page and further information about our location is shown under Training Venues.
The training includes a balance between lectures, expert practical tuition and practical workgroups. The latter consists of case histories, and clinical application using a full range of electro-medical equipment. All aspects of sporting injuries to each part of the anatomy will be covered, placing particular emphasis on student participation and practical application. Consideration will be given on how to combine treatment appropriately with other therapies at the various stages of rehabilitation.
Upon successfully completing the course, we will provide you with a Certificate of Attendance.
> Course Venue
The course will be held at the University of Bedfordshire, Luton. All course materials and light refreshments will be provided.
If you require accommodation during practical training details are shown under Accommodation.
> Ready to Enrol?
Please complete the online booking form whereupon we will confirm receipt and your place on the course.