Free webinar: ACL rupture and frozen shoulder | 5 September
To mark World PT (Physiotherapy) Day we are holding a free joint webinar in collaboration with Association of Trauma and Orthopaedic Chartered Physiotherapists (ATOCP) on Tuesday 5 September.
The webinar will cover evidence-based forms management and rehabilitation of frozen shoulder and anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) Rupture based on the speakers’ clinical research.
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If you would like to join this session, please register here in advance.
19:05 ‘Frozen shoulder: Evidence based rehabilitation’ by Jayanti Rai
19:25 ‘Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rupture management and rehabilitation’ by Hayley Carter
19:45 Q & A
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Ms Jayanti Rai
NIHR Pre-Doctoral Clinical Academic Fellow and Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner, Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust
Jayanti Rai works as an advanced physiotherapy practitioner in Kent and is an NIHR Pre-Doctoral Clinical Academic Fellow. She is a British Elbow and Shoulder Society (BESS) AHP Education Committee member and education lead for ATOCP. She is the vice president of the European Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation Society. She specialised in upper limb rehabilitation. Jayanti has collaborated on and worked on various NIHR clinical research projects. Jayanti was the principal investigator and lead physiotherapist for UKFROST, a frozen shoulder clinical trial. She was also awarded the BESS AHP travelling fellowship, which enabled her to visit leading upper limb units in the UK, Europe, and the USA.
Miss Hayley Carter
HEE/NIHR Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow and Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, the University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust
Hayley works as Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist and NIHR/HEE Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow at the University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust. Her PhD fellowship is exploring the management of patients following an Anterior Cruciate Ligament rupture and prior to surgery in the NHS. She has previously held two NIHR/HEE fellowships and has published in peer-reviewed journals as primary author. Hayley is on the executive committee for the Association of Trauma and Orthopaedic Chartered Physiotherapists (ATOCP) as research chair and is also a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy’s (CSP) Education awards panel.