About the Course
The Elbow course is designed to enhance the participant’s knowledge and skills in the evidence-based management of individuals with elbow disorders and dysfunction. The course focuses on clinical reasoning via case presentations and hands-on skill development necessary to effectively perform a comprehensive elbow evaluation with an understanding of how the elbow is of vital importance in upper limb function. Participants will learn and receive hands-on practice of evidence-based treatments including joint mobilizations, taping, strength progression and exercises.

At the end of this course delegates will be able to:

  • 1. Locate and discuss appropriate elbow anatomy and pathology
  • 2. Perform a comprehensive elbow evaluation to determine the cause of dysfunction
  • 3. Select appropriate special tests to evaluate the elbow complex
  • 4. Discuss evidence-based treatments for conservative care of a variety of elbow conditions,
  • 5. Understand the precautions and evidence-based care of post-operative treatment
  1. Functional anatomy and biomechanics of the elbow
  2. Physical examination of the elbow including special tests
  3. Image interpretation of the elbow
  4. Assessment of movement dysfunction around the elbow
  5. Evidence based management and pathophysiology of
  6. Common post-operative rehab guidelines including tendon release, elbow arthrolysis and elbow replacement
  • Tennis elbow to include exercise and taping
  • Post-traumatic stiff elbow to include the rationale for splinting
  • Elbow instability
  • Degenerative elbow joint conditions
  • Ulnar nerve entrapment


Online Learning

  • The Elbow - Bony Teminology 3 min
  • The Elbow - Bony Anatomy Part 1 5 min
  • The Elbow - Bony Anatomy Part 2 5 min
  • The Elbow - Stability of the Elbow 5 min
  • The Elbow - Muscular Anatomy 5 min