Job Adverts
Member Login
Close

Login

Forgot Password - Forgot Username

Beginner quadriceps exercises for patellofemoral pain

EFE-with_URL-large_R

This course distils information and research related to common quadriceps exercises for patellofemoral pain into clear, simple evidence-based best practice home exercise instructions accompanied by comprehensive practitioner notes. Discussion includes analyses of the role of vastus medialis obliquus, excessive medial femoral rotation and quadriceps dominance.

 

  • Self-paced study using provided exercise prescriptions and practitioner notes
  • One multiple choice questionnaire to obtain CPD 
  • Receive immediate confirmation of completion

 

ESSA members feedback

“Great evidence for exercise prescription and technique variations.”

“The addition of recent or equivocal research was an interesting read. The teaching points and cues were laid out really simply.”

“A really good basis even if I use and knew the exercises – the extra weight and explanation was really handy.”

 

Included exercise prescriptions and practitioner notes:

  • Beginner closed chain quadriceps exercises for patellofemoral pain
  • Beginner open chain quadriceps exercises for patellofemoral pain

 

Information on further exercises for patellofemoral pain are included in the course Evidence for Exercise™: Intermediate exercises for the gluteals.

Course schedule

Register now 

ESSA CPD Points

2

 

Cost

ESSA Member $45.00 + GST (Discount Code: ESSA10)
Non-Member $50.00 + GST
Student $40.00 + GST

Fees are exclusive of 10% GST. The fees of this course are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change at anytime. Please visit http://evidenceforexercise.org and click on the tabs: Continuing Professional Development, Exercise and Sports Science Australia to view the current course details.

Contact details

For more information or to enrol in the course, please contact the provider below:

Evidence for Exercise™

Em: research@evidenceforexercise.orgsupport@evidenceforexercise.org
Web: http://evidenceforexercise.org