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London Academy of Sports and Health Sciences

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London Academy of Sports and Health Sciences (LASHS) is an academy registered in the United Kingdom and operates through London Academy in Canada. LASHS helps tens of thousands of clients advance their learning and gain professional development continuing education and valuable certification in their chosen course in ways that are both accessible and flexible, which make us one of the unique academies in the globe. We are a professional development and continuing education academy that provide our clients with education consultancy services for online distance learning fellowship diploma, certification courses, and professional development knowledge in various areas of Physical Therapy, Sports Medicine, Fitness, Rehabilitation, Healthcare Management, and Health Sciences.LASHS founded on the principle of “No Tuition Fees” since we believe that Learning should be a basic right to anyone who needs it. Therefore, we provide nearly free electronic learning certificate courses and fellowship diploma programs via self-directed learning method. Self-study and traditional classroom learning complement one another. When used together, they help students learn and retain information better; however, the world is becoming more accustomed to the benefits of solely self-learning. We developed our courses curriculum so that you can exercise and develop intellectual independence and explore subject matter you personally find interesting. We believe that, having the right skill is vitally important in sports medicine, physical rehabilitation, and health care industries. With LASHS, you are assured of learning up-to-date professional knowledge and skills that will prepare you for highest professional standard in your career. Our Academic Staff is continually monitoring advances in the physical rehabilitation and health science field and keep updating our courses accordingly. With LASHS, you will gain an elite professional knowledge and skills by expanding your knowledge and skills. You will also learn about our affordable and flexible delivery of our courses. LASHS offers education consultancy services and many professional development courses and continuing education training options. All our courses available to upgrade your knowledge, develop your skills, and sharpen your ideas. LASHS team looks forward to helping you get the professional development and continuous education certificate and specialization fellowship diploma you need to get ahead in real world life.LASHS education consultancy, certificates and fellowship diplomas are becoming well known and trusted by many organizations around the world. London Academy of Sports and Health Sciences always promote and foster resource-sharing and collaboration. On May 2020, LASHS started a collaboration initiative with Pinnacle Training Consulting Systems (PTCS) in the United Stated to list a number of great home study courses on LASHS’ website. PTCS is a progressive educational and consulting company based in the United States, that is committed with a strong vision and mission in providing the highest evidenced-based information with the practical application. As dynamic continuing education companies, we are committed to offering the most comprehensive and dynamic continuing education material, which in turn educates, challenges, and enhances one fitness and allied health professionals at a time. This collaboration aims to raise the standards of our educational practice and attainment by facilitating LASHS-to-PTCS support. It also offers our clients a wider range opportunity to obtain an approved CEUs for Personal Trainers, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants & Massage Therapists Taught by The Best in The Human Movement Seminar Industry.LASHS has also obtained accreditation status from the International Association of Therapists (IAOTH). This means we are certified as an accredited Training Provider.LASHS team looks forward to helping you get the professional development and continuous education certificate and specialization fellowship diploma you need to get ahead in real world life.Enroll to our courses and programs to advance your career and achieve your professional goals.

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DIP220 Fellowship Diploma in Sports Rehabilitation curriculum discuss the following: PART (1): Supplement Reading Materials (LSH966) Sports Therapy: Outline an introduction to sports therapy concept, overview of Human Anatomy, Terminology for sports therapy, Human body systems, Kinesiology in Sports therapy, Biomechanical principles, Muscles and movement, and motor Behavior. Sports injuries and basic therapy, injury prevention methods techniques to minimize overuse injuries. PART (2): Emergency situations, skin disorders, illustration of the special tests, taping and wrapping techniques, electrotherapy modalities, equipment fitting, pre-participation physical examination, eating disorder signs & symptoms, muscular & visceral referral patterns, illustration of the spine boarding technique. Suggested Reading: - Sport Notes: Field and Clinical Examination Guide by Dawn Gulick PhD, PT - Brukner & Khan’s Clinical Sports Medicine - Corrective Exercise, A practical approach by Kesh Patel
DIP265 Fellowship Diploma in Orthopedic Rehabilitation curriculum discuss the following: PART (1): Supplement Reading Materials (LSH306) Kinesiology and Biomechanical Principles, this course explain how kinesiology can provide you with the tools to analyze movement and its subcomponents in order to increase function, improve efficiency, and prevent injury. The main topics covered in this course include; Force and motion, Gravity, inertia, and motion, force, mass and acceleration, Action and reaction force pairs, Friction, Equilibrium, the law to the lever and its importance In the mechanism of sports injuries, External and internal forces, mechanical effort- energy, Loads-strength, kinesiology of muscles and movement, and Motor behavior. PART (2): clinical orthopedic assessment tools, medical red flags, toolbox tests, illustration of special test, test sensitivity and specificity, differential diagnosis of common orthopedic conditions, illustration of pain referral pattern and palpation pearls, abbreviations & symbols, and pharmacologic summary. Therapeutic exercise and intervention principles to address orthopedic problems. Suggested Reading/References: - Ortho Notes: Clinical Examination Guide by; Dawn Gulick PhD, PT - Corrective Exercise, A practical approach by Kesh Patel
DIP224 Fellowship Diploma in Neurology Rehabilitation curriculum discuss the following: PART (1): Supplement Reading Materials (LSH306) Kinesiology and Biomechanical Principles, this course explain how kinesiology can provide you with the tools to analyze movement and its subcomponents in order to increase function, improve efficiency, and prevent injury. The main topics covered in this course include; Force and motion, Gravity, inertia, and motion, force, mass and acceleration, Action and reaction force pairs, Friction, Equilibrium, the law to the lever and its importance In the mechanism of sports injuries, External and internal forces, mechanical effort- energy, Loads-strength, kinesiology of muscles and movement, and Motor behavior. PART (2): Clinical neurology assessment, pediatrics & adult contents, common neuromuscular conditions, and red flags alerts. This part will also discuss the postural reaction, peripheral vestibular disease, spinal cord injury. Common neuromuscular conditions rehabilitation and exercises. Suggested Reading/References: - Neuro Notes Clinical Packet Guide by; Claudia B. Fenderson - Corrective Exercise, A practical approach by Kesh Patel
DIP246 Fellowship Diploma in Clinical Rehabilitation curriculum discuss the following: PART (1): Supplement Reading Materials (LSH306) Kinesiology and Biomechanical Principles, this course explain how kinesiology can provide you with the tools to analyze movement and its subcomponents in order to increase function, improve efficiency, and prevent injury. The main topics covered in this course include; Force and motion, Gravity, inertia, and motion, force, mass and acceleration, Action and reaction force pairs, Friction, Equilibrium, the law to the lever and its importance In the mechanism of sports injuries, External and internal forces, mechanical effort- energy, Loads-strength, kinesiology of muscles and movement, and Motor behavior. PART (2): clinical rehabilitation assessment tools, O2 and assisted ventilation tables, lab values “abnormal values & causes”, outcomes measures & terminology, posture & gait assessment, cognitive, coma, & mental status scale, functional & exercise tests, and screening tools. Suggested Reading/References: - Rehab Notes: A Clinical Examination Pocket Guide by; Ellen Z. Hillegass - Corrective Exercise, A practical approach by Kesh Patel
DIP473 Fellowship Diploma in Trigger Point Therapy curriculum discuss the following: PART (1): Supplement Reading Materials (LSH306) Kinesiology and Biomechanical Principles, this course explain how kinesiology can provide you with the tools to analyze movement and its subcomponents in order to increase function, improve efficiency, and prevent injury. The main topics covered in this course include; Force and motion, Gravity, inertia, and motion, force, mass and acceleration, Action and reaction force pairs, Friction, Equilibrium, the law to the lever and its importance In the mechanism of sports injuries, External and internal forces, mechanical effort- energy, Loads-strength, kinesiology of muscles and movement, and Motor behavior. PART (2): Introduction to trigger points. The Nature of Muscles and Trigger Points QI, Movement, and Health. Diagnosis and Treatment. Specific trigger point location and activation, and palpatory skill-building techniques. Subsequent sections provide detailed information on each muscle to teach clinicians to locate quickly and accurately individual points of pain and compensation. Suggested Reading/References: - Trigger Point Therapy for Myofascial Pain by Donna F. & Steven F.
DIP281 Fellowship Diploma in Therapeutic Exercises curriculum discuss the following: PART (1): Supplement Reading Materials (LSH966) Sports Therapy: Outline an introduction to sports therapy concept, overview of Human Anatomy, Terminology for sports therapy, Human body systems, Kinesiology in Sports therapy, Biomechanical principles, Muscles and movement, and motor Behavior. Sports injuries and basic therapy, injury prevention methods techniques to minimize overuse injuries. PART (2): an overview about corrective exercise evaluation and design with a progression of exercises. Concise exercise guidelines for selected orthopedic pathologies and operative procedures. Exercise interventions for mobility, muscle performance, stability, and balance for human body including upper and lower extremities, trunk, and spine. Therapeutic exercise model of functioning and ability. Suggested Reading/References: - Corrective Exercise, A practical approach by Kesh Patel - Therapeutic Exercise: Moving Toward Function by Lori & Carrie
DIP632 Fellowship Diploma in Pediatrics Exercise Sciences curriculum discuss the following: PART (1): Supplement Reading Materials (LSH306) Kinesiology and Biomechanical Principles, this course explain how kinesiology can provide you with the tools to analyze movement and its subcomponents in order to increase function, improve efficiency, and prevent injury. The main topics covered in this course include; Force and motion, Gravity, inertia, and motion, force, mass and acceleration, Action and reaction force pairs, Friction, Equilibrium, the law to the lever and its importance In the mechanism of sports injuries, External and internal forces, mechanical effort- energy, Loads-strength, kinesiology of muscles and movement, and Motor behavior. PART (2): Ethics in Pediatrics research, interpreting exercise performance data in relation to body size, anthropometry, physique, body composition, and maturity, muscle strength, maximal intensity exercise, pulmonary function, cardiovascular function, aerobic fitness, field tests of fitness, physical activity and effort perception Suggested Reading/References: - Peds Rehab Notes: Evaluation and Intervention Pocket Guide by Robin & Ross - Paediatric Exercise Science and Medicine by Neil A. & Willem van M.
DIP289 Fellowship Diploma in Pediatrics Rehabilitation curriculum discuss the following: PART (1): Supplement Reading Materials (LSH306) Kinesiology and Biomechanical Principles, this course explain how kinesiology can provide you with the tools to analyze movement and its subcomponents in order to increase function, improve efficiency, and prevent injury. The main topics covered in this course include; Force and motion, Gravity, inertia, and motion, force, mass and acceleration, Action and reaction force pairs, Friction, Equilibrium, the law to the lever and its importance In the mechanism of sports injuries, External and internal forces, mechanical effort- energy, Loads-strength, kinesiology of muscles and movement, and Motor behavior. PART (2): an overview of normal and abnormal reflexes, a summary of developmental milestones, comprehensive collection of assessment tools. Outlines common pediatric diagnoses and their associated prognoses based the APTA’s guidelines. Normal and abnormal orthopedic development and assessment, including normal, age-specific range of motion and strength, surgical interventions, and basic radiographic terminology, as well as differential diagnoses, and referrals to other professionals, when appropriate. The curse covers common assistive technology devices (positioning and accepted variations) and uses samples to illustrate how to document these devices to third party payers. Reviews lab values, radiology, normal and abnormal cardiopulmonary development and values, common medications, acute care and NICU. Suggested Reading/References: - Peds Rehab Notes: Evaluation and Intervention Pocket Guide by Robin & Ross - Pediatrics Rehabilitation Principles and Practice by Michael and Dennis
DIP265 Fellowship Diploma in Orthopedic Rehabilitation curriculum discuss the following: PART (1): Supplement Reading Materials (LSH306) Kinesiology and Biomechanical Principles, this course explain how kinesiology can provide you with the tools to analyze movement and its subcomponents in order to increase function, improve efficiency, and prevent injury. The main topics covered in this course include; Force and motion, Gravity, inertia, and motion, force, mass and acceleration, Action and reaction force pairs, Friction, Equilibrium, the law to the lever and its importance In the mechanism of sports injuries, External and internal forces, mechanical effort- energy, Loads-strength, kinesiology of muscles and movement, and Motor behavior. PART (2): Implications of an Aging Population for Rehabilitation. The Physiology of Age-Related and Lifestyle-Related Decline. Geriatric Pharmacology, Exercise and Physical Activity for Older Adults, Health and Function, Environmental Design: Accommodating Sensory Changes in the Older Adult, Cognition in the Aging Adult, Evaluation of the Acute and Medically Complex Patient, Motivation and Patient Education, Older adults and their families, impaired motor control and posture, ambulation, balance and falls, wellness or elderly, hospice and end of life, older adults with developmental disabilities, and more. Suggested Reading/References: - Geriatrics Physical Therapy, practical approach Guide - Corrective Exercise, A practical approach by Kesh Patel
DIP253 Fellowship Diploma in Manual Therapy curriculum discuss the following: PART (1): Supplement Reading Materials (LSH306) Kinesiology and Biomechanical Principles, this course explain how kinesiology can provide you with the tools to analyze movement and its subcomponents in order to increase function, improve efficiency, and prevent injury. The main topics covered in this course include; Force and motion, Gravity, inertia, and motion, force, mass and acceleration, Action and reaction force pairs, Friction, Equilibrium, the law to the lever and its importance In the mechanism of sports injuries, External and internal forces, mechanical effort- energy, Loads-strength, kinesiology of muscles and movement, and Motor behavior. PART (2): an overview of functional anatomy and joint kinematics for the spine and extremities. For each mobilization technique, a detailed description of patient and clinician position along with photographs that include force vector arrows and points of stabilization is provided. Suggested Reading/References: -Orthopedic Manual Therapy, an Evidence-Based Approach by Chad E. -Mobilization Notes: A Rehabilitation Specialist's Pocket Guide by; Christopher H. & Dawn Gulick.
DIP678 Fellowship Diploma in Clinical pain management curriculum discuss the following: PART (1): Supplement Reading Materials (LSH306) Kinesiology and Biomechanical Principles, this course explain how kinesiology can provide you with the tools to analyze movement and its subcomponents in order to increase function, improve efficiency, and prevent injury. The main topics covered in this course include; Force and motion, Gravity, inertia, and motion, force, mass and acceleration, Action and reaction force pairs, Friction, Equilibrium, the law to the lever and its importance In the mechanism of sports injuries, External and internal forces, mechanical effort- energy, Loads-strength, kinesiology of muscles and movement, and Motor behavior. PART (2): an overview of the neurological and psychological mechanisms that underlie pain. Discuss pain assessment, but primarily focuses on the initial assessment. strategies exist to manage various types of pain. This course reviews pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatments for pain, the pathophysiology, epidemiology, assessment, and treatment of acute pain and chronic noncancer pain. Review strategies to improve Pain Management. Suggested Reading/References: - Mechanisms and Management of Pain for the Physical Therapist by Kathleen A. - The International Association of Study of Pain (IASP) - American Academy of Pain Medicine Fact sheet
DIP524 Fellowship Certificate in Clinical Kinesiology Taping curriculum discuss the following: PART (1): Supplement Reading Materials (LSH966) Sports Therapy: Outline an introduction to sports therapy concept, overview of Human Anatomy, Terminology for sports therapy, Human body systems, Kinesiology in Sports therapy, Biomechanical principles, Muscles and movement, and motor Behavior. Sports injuries and basic therapy, injury prevention methods techniques to minimize overuse injuries. PART (2): an overview Kinesiology Taping techniques and guide, which include (illustration with images): General Instructions, Basic Taping Skills covered between section one to six [Neck / Shoulder / Upper arm / Elbow / Lower Arm / Hand / Back / Trunk / Hip / Thigh / Knee / Lower Leg / Ankle / Foot]. Specific Clinical Condition Taping Skills covered in details separately in section seven: [Bruise / Calf Cramp/ Calf Swelling/ Frozen Shoulder/ Flat Foot/ Tennis Elbow/ Indigestion/ Intercostal Neuralgia/ Rheumatism of Ankle / Rheumatism of Elbow/ Rheumatism of Finger/ Rheumatism of Knee/ Rheumatism of Wrist / Shoulder Pain from Overuse/ Golf Elbow / Thumb Tendinitis. Suggested Reading/References: - Corrective Exercise, A practical approach by Kesh Patel - Therapeutic Exercise: Moving Toward Function by Lori & Carrie
WSH365 Fellowship Certificate in WSH updated approach Towards Stroke Rehabilitation and Prevention course discuss the following sections: Section (1): Introduction to stroke, types of strokes, evidence based, risk factors, clinical features, scales used for stroke evaluation, pusher syndrome, WSH stroke assessment model, integrated therapy report. Section (2): Strokes recovery and rehabilitation, chart of stroke rehab options, discharge planning, modifications of home, modification of daily living activities, diet concerns for diabetic stroke survivors, pain management, stroke rehabilitation exercises programs with illustration Section (3): Additional updated approach for strokes rehab, constraint induced movement therapy, Mentamove special brain efficiency, the Matrix Rhythm Therapy, aerobic modified, robotic arm therapy, core stability, mirror therapy, Wii video game therapy, and finally prevention of another stroke. Course reading materials and references information will be provided to the client electronically by email. Suggested Reading/References: - Stroke Rehabilitation Guidelines for Exercise and Training to Optimize Motor Skill by Janet H. & Roberta B. - Corrective Exercise, A practical approach by Kesh Patel
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