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Advanced Clinical Practice for Sports Injuries


About This Masters Degree

Course Description

This course will allow the practising therapist to develop advanced clinical skills in the field of sports injury management.

You will learn advanced assessment and diagnostic techniques with contemporary treatment and rehabilitation methods. Immediate management of the sporting emergency on the field of play is also taught on this innovative programme of study. You will study a core curriculum of Advanced Clinical Skills with optional modules in Applied Sport and Exercise Sciences, Movement Screening and Corrective Exercise and Advances in Sports Medicine. Learning to work as part of a multi-disciplinary athlete support team is key to the successful running of a performance department and as such students are offered a number of optional modules in the field of Sports Strength and Conditioning, Applied Muscle Physiology and Sports Psychology.

Typical Modules

Advanced Clinical Skills I & II
Advances in Sports Medicine
Movement Analysis and Corrective Exercise
Muscle Mechanics
Science and Application of Advanced Strength and
Conditioning

Visit the Advanced Clinical Practice for Sports Injuries page on the University of Gloucestershire website for more details!

Entry Requirements

You will need a 2.1 degree or equivalent in a clinical subjectYou will already be qualified and practising therapists (Physiotherapists, graduate Sports Therapists and graduate Sports Rehabilitators with professional body membership)Practising therapists will have a minimum of three years' graduate experience, membership of an approved professional body (CSP, SST or BASRaT, or international equivalent) and full medical indemnity and public liability insurance (minimum of £3 million)International students need IELTS 6.5 overall (no less than 6.0 in writing and 5.5 in any other band) or equivalent.

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