29th March 2025 - London


Biomechanics is one of the most often used terms in rehab!

But WTF does it actually mean & how do you use these principles successfully in practice?

This course will demistify & provide practical application strategies to turn 'biomechanics' into more than just a buzz word

Course Schedule


9-9.15 - Introduction and Plan for Day

9.15-10 - So, what even is biomechanics?

10-10.45 - The Force Awakens: What learning about kinetics can afford us

10.45-11 - Break

11-11.45 -¬†‚ÄėOptimal movement‚Äô doesn‚Äôt matter‚Ķ so what does?

11.45-12.30 - The final piece in the theory puzzle: An ecological enactivist approach to pain

12.30-1pm - Lunch

1-14.30 - Should you constrain or refrain for the rehab gain?

14.30 -3 - Break

3-16.15 - Preventing stagnation in rehab: Using the theory of momentum to see people over the line

16.15-16.30 So, what next?

16.30 - Q & A

5pm - Close


Course Objectives


1 - Discover what biomechanics really are and how it has been  misapplied in musculoskeletal healthcare.

2 - Use key concepts in classical mechanics (kinetics and kinematics), & how they apply to human movement & performance, to improve patient outcomes

3 - Explore human movement and utilise this improved understanding in rehabilitation programming for all patients. 

4 - Confidently apply biomechanical principles within an ecological approach to a range of MSK presentations

Jeff is a physiotherapist currently working in an advanced practice role within the NHS, specialising in patients with lower limb disorders. He has gained extensive clinical experience across the private sector, sporting environments, and the NHS. Jeff has retained a strong interest in rehabilitation, particularly in applying scientific approaches to patient care by combining fundamental biomechanical principles and movement science. 

He completed a Masters by Research, focusing on Quadriceps recovery following ACL-R, measured by isokinetic dynamometry, and holds a Diploma in Musculoskeletal Medicine (DipMSK). Jeff's passion for understanding biomechanics and movement science, coupled with a strong desire to empower others with the knowledge and skills to enhance patient care, is his primary motivation for delivering this course.