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The principles and mechanisms of tissue dysfunction

This course provides an in-depth understanding of the principles and management of soft tissue dysfunction. Soft tissue dysfunction refers to the impairment or disruption of normal function in muscles, tendons, ligaments, and other connective tissues. By exploring the mechanisms, types, assessment, and management of soft tissue dysfunction, participants will gain valuable knowledge and skills to effectively address and treat these conditions.

  1. Differentiate between soft tissue injury and dysfunction, understanding the underlying mechanisms and factors contributing to tissue dysfunction.
  2. Identify and describe the different types of soft tissue dysfunction, including muscular, skeletal, neurological, and connective tissue dysfunction.
  3. Apply assessment methods to diagnose and evaluate tissue dysfunction, including physical examination, imaging, and laboratory tests.
  4. Develop comprehensive management and treatment strategies for soft tissue dysfunction, utilising multidisciplinary approaches and therapeutic interventions.
  5. Implement preventive measures to minimise the occurrence of tissue dysfunction, including lifestyle modifications and injury prevention techniques.
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