Lezing Jo Gibson 'Making sense of the evidence: Keeping it simple for the shoulder'
04 nov 2019 19.30 uur - 22.30 uur
Agoralaan Gebouw D
Mevrouw Jothi BLONTROCK
20h00 Start lecture "Making sense of the evidence: Keeping it simple for the shoulder!"
21h30 Network drink
Price: €40 incl. btw
Location: Aula H6, Universiteit Hasselt, Campus Diepenbeek Agoralaan Gebouw D
3590 Diepenbeek (more info)
This lecture has recognized by Pro Q Kine for 4 accreditation points.
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This lecture is organised in collaboration with the Faculty of Rehabilition Sciences and student association Rekinea.
About Jo Gibson
Jo Gibson studied physiotherapy at the Salford College of Technlogy and qualified in 1987. Her physiotherapy career started in Nottingham in 1987 at Queen’s Medical Centre where an encounter with Professor Angus Wallace fuelled her interest in the shoulder. Jo moved to Liverpool in 1989 and after completing several years of rotational experience she joined forces with Professor Simon Frostick and in 1996 she became one of the first specialist Upper Limb Physiotherapists in the UK.
In order to increase her subspeciality knowledge and expertise, Jo completed travel fellowships in the UK, Europe and the USA sponsored by the British Elbow and Shoulder Society and Royal Liverpool University Hospital Trust Charities Board. Since that time the Liverpool Upper Limb Unit has gained an International reputation as a centre of Excellence in Shoulder and Elbow surgery and it was here that Jo started working with Peter Brownson.
Jo has a passion for education and since 1996 she has lectured nationally and internationally on rehabilitation of the shoulder and she runs her own courses all over the World.
Her recognized expertise in the assessment and management of shoulder pathology has resulted in consultancy work with many elite sports teams in a variety of sports including football, rugby, cricket, gymnastics, swimming, boxing and tennis. In addition she is regularly sought out by other clinicians to help problem solve more challenging presentations.