Problem Solving the Injured Cyclist: Assessment, Management and Bike Fit
We have teamed up with Bianca Broadbent of FitYourBike to run our new course.
- Basic anatomy and cycling biomechanics
- Subjective and objective assessment skills
- Common cycling injuries and their management strategies
- Clinically reasoning bike fit
- Current trends in cycling/bike fit
- Case studies
- Current literature and trends
Particular emphasis will be given to management of road cyclists, please note there is an expectation that you undertake some pre course reading and assessment in order to make the most of this seminar.
Please see http://cyclingevents.eventbrite.com/ for dates & further info.
Tim Pigott BSc (Hons) MSc (Hons) MCSP ACPSEM Physiotherapist & Retul Bike Fitter at HP3
Twitter @HP3_Tim // www.facebook.com/healthandperformance3
Tim is a highly experienced physiotherapist within the field of sports medicine with over 10 years experience of dealing with elite athletes. He qualified in 2003 and has worked extensively within the NHS and private practice, including work for the English Institute of Sport, British Triathlon, British Cycling, and UK Athletics. As a bike fitter Tim extended his skill set by working with John Dennis at Physiohaüs with the Retül system, and supporting Phil Burt at British Cycling. Tim is the Academic Lead for the MSc clinical biomechanics at Salford University, supporting various research projects using 3D analysis.
Bianca Broadbent BSc (Hons) MCSP ACPSEM Physiotherapist & Retul Bike Fitter at Fit Your Bike and Physiokinetic
Twitter @thecyclingphys // www.facebook.com/fityourbikeuk
Bianca is an experienced physiotherapist who qualified in 2009, she has worked in a variety of clinical settings but started to specialise in cycling related injuries and bike fitting in 2011. Bianca now runs Fit Your Bike which hosts bike fitting clinics in Essex and Birmingham, and manages a wide variety of cyclists and triathletes ranging from amateur to elite, with particular interest in women’s specific cycling issues.