About the Instructor
Trish Wisbey-Roth is a Sydney based Clinical Physiotherapist with both a Post Graduate Sports Physiotherapy Masters (AIS/UC) and Specialisation qualifications. She completed her Sports Physiotherapy Specialisation in 2009 (speciality lumbo-pelvic and hip conditions) and has been involved with Australian sporting teams at the National, World Championship and Olympic level.
Trish lectures internationally in the areas of diagnosis and rehabilitation of lumbar-pelvic and hip regions with emphasis on differential diagnosis, manual treatment and exercise prescription. She continues to work clinically and is the Director of “Take Control” Active Rehabilitation in Sydney, a specialised spinal and sport rehabilitation centre. Her ability to combine extensive clinical experience and knowledge of strategies to overcome spinal pain, led her to create the BOUNCE Back system of active rehabilitation for group and one on one rehab (www.bounceback.physio).
In April 2014 Trish’s first book was published to empower the individual to take positive steps to overcome low back and neck pain. “The Back Pain Personal Health Plan: Bounce back Edition at (http://www.findbounceback.com).
In 2016 Trish focused on making her clinical knowledge available online and started a collaboration with the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) to make content available via our educational portal www.bounceback.education
APA Members please book via APA website
If you would like to reserve a spot, send E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Explains the anatomy, biomechanics and kinematic issues of the hip joint.
• Provides a clear understanding of the 3D normal and common abnormal movement patterns of the hip.
• Provides a detailed plan of progressed functional exercise, tailoredto each client’s issues.
- Brandt (2012) Elastic resisitence better for abduction strength
- Bushell(2015)- Foam Rolling for Hip Ext in Lunge Position
- Fearon Scarvell et al 2012 GTPS, defining the syndrome
- For optimising motor control of lumbo pelvis course Br J Sports Med-2014-Chuter-bjsports-2013-093262
- Frost(2015)- Load and Speed on Movt Behaviour
- Gabbett et al 2016_If overuse injury is a training load error should undertraining be viewed the same way
- HIp arthroscopy for inta-articular pathology- a systematic review pro surgery Joanne Kemp 2013
- Kr 2016 - Intermuscular force transmission along myofascial chains Looking at the fascia structure and future studies
- Lewis (2007) Anterior hip muscle stability
- McGill(2010)- Core Training- Evidence for Better Performance
- Moreside & Mc Gill(2013) - Functional Hip ROM
- Protocol of research in the future lookling at FAI and modifying factors for future OA
- Risk factors for groin hip injuries 2013 bjsp
- Wilke et al 2016 What is the evidence based about myofascial chains systematic review