October 19, 2022, 12:00 PM EST
The Hand-Wrist is a region which many find confounding to rehabilitate. Lots of uncertainty can lead to poor outcomes by not providing optimal support for the patient. Maybe we provide rehabilitation with light bands and low level (1-2kg) dumbbells, but truly is this the best we can do? If faced with a brick layer or an elite athlete, would you really consider sitting them at the table and working putty and light exercises for the rest of their entire rehabilitation process. Surely there is more…and in fact there so much more to create a positive and successful experience, leaving nothing to mere chance. Want to learn more? – Come join us on this webinar.
Head of Performance Services & Lead Physiotherapist for GB Boxing
Ian has been a sport physiotherapist for over 20 years, with a considerable time spent managing the sports science and medical services for the Great Britain Boxing program. He has supported diverse athletes on their path to success through multiple Olympic and Commonwealth games, World and European Championships. He also forms part of Team Anthony Joshua (Boxing Olympic and Professional Double World Champion), and other professional boxers, delivering injury reduction and management strategies within a varied multidisciplinary team. Ian is an Upper Limb Injury specialist with the prestigious English Institute of Sport (EIS), providing an advisory role to Olympic and Paralympic Sports, particularly on UpperLimb complex Injuries Further, he offers private specialist consultations on Upper Limb MSK injuries in the UK and Overseas.
Ian is a keen academic having collaborated or reviewed various publications associated with sport injuries and is a PhD candidate in UpperLimb Biomechanics at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU). He has a passion for teaching, delivering regularly on courses, conferences, and online platforms on diverse topics linked to Upper Limb sport injuries. He is a regular visiting lecturer at University College London (UCL), Queen Mary University College London (QMUL), and a guest lecturer with other various institutions.
You can follow Ian on various social media platforms; Twitter (@iangattphysio), Instagram (iangattgattman) and Linkedin (Ian Gatt).