Science of Cycling Injury Prevention Masterclass
|Master Class||Paul Visentini|
|09:30||Part 1||Epidemiology of Cycling Overuse injury|
|Part 2||“How to push the Pedals” – Muscle Activation and Kinematics|
|11:20||Part 3||PhysioBikeFit theory and practice|
|13:40||Part 4||Cycle Specific Musculoskeletal Screening|
|Part 5||Cycling Injury Management|
|15:30||Part 6||Rehabilitation principles|
As a ‘Science of Cycling-Injury Prevention’ Delegate you will receive:
• A course handbook with detailed lecture notes
• An “all you need to know” regarding bike set-up theory and practice
• A detailed analysis of injury related patho-physiology, biomechanics,
and muscle activation, and a guide to management
• Bike Set-Up
• Musculoskeletal Assessment for cyclists
• Cycling Specific Rehabilitation
This course is designed to suit Physiotherapists, Doctors, Fitness/ Strength and Conditioning Coaches, Exercise Physiologists, Osteopaths, Chiropracters, Bike Shop Owners and Bike Fitters.
About the instructor
Paul Visentini is a Specialist Sports Physiotherapist, with his awarded sub-speciality in the area of lower limb tendinopathy. He also completed post graduate studies in Manipulative Physiotherapy in 1994, and designed the “VISA Score”, a widely used functional outcome measure for Patellar Tendinopathy.
Paul is a keen recreational cyclist and is highly involved in teaching and management in the area of Bike Set-Up and ‘Mastering Load’. He has been involved in Cycling Injury Management at both elite and recreational level, having consulted to the AIS in Varese, and is undertaking his Doctorate in Physiotherapy, investigating “Clinical Measures of the Closed Kinetic Chain in Cycling”.
Paul has a special interest in muscle activation and load sharing in the closed kinetic chain, especially in cycling. He is a leading clinician in Melbourne, Australia, and has a passion for cycling injury management, the evidence base involved, and the clinical reasoning process required to achieve the best result.
The ‘ScienceOfCycling-Injury Prevention’ is a platform for the education of Cycling Injury Practitioners world-wide, and the associated course has now been presented by Paul in Melbourne, Varese and Newcastle.