Now presenting Rodrigo Bini – Worlds leading Cycling Biomechanist and author of ‘Biomechanics of Cycling’
A 1.5 day course presenting the ‘all-you-need-to-know’ of Cycling Related Injury Management, and how you can realistically make Cycling Assessment a part of your everyday practice.
Cycling is a complex interaction between man and machine, and so both the body and the bike need to be included in a clinical reasoning process, aimed at injury management and prevention, as well as improved performance.
Knowledge of bike set-up and movement analysis are essential for cycling assessment and the Science of Cycling will present a clinical framework to guide your practice and process. The weekend lectures give an overview of the scientific literature related to cycling injury including; injury epidemiology, cycling kinematics, rehabilitation strategies and performance optimisation.
The Physiobikefit component is the assessment of the body and the bike, an essential ingredient to good management of the cyclist.
Modules and Lecture
Level 1a – 3 hours Lecture
- Epidemiology of Cycling Injury: Elite and Recreational
- A Systematic Review of Factors Associated with Cycling Overuse Injury
- Kinematics and Muscle Activation in Cycling – How to push the Pedals
- Analysis of the Cycling Kinetic Chain – “Mastering Load”
Level 1b – 7 hours Lecture and Practical
- “PhysioBikeFit” – An analysis of the Evidence Base
- “PhysioBikeFit” – Practical “How To”
- “PhysioBikeFit” – Musculoskeletal Screening Template
- A Model for Overuse Injury in Cycling – Aetiology and Management
- Rehabilitation Principles in Cycling Injury
Friday & Saturday $680 (Early Bird – $590 before 14th September)
Friday 26: 6.30pm-9.30pm
Saturday 27: 9am-5pm (Saturday ride 6.30am)
Email email@example.com for a registration form or to find out more.
Paul is a SPECIALIST SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPIST (FACP), one of only seven physiotherapists in Victoria with this clinical specialty, and a MUSCULOSKELETAL PHYSIOTHERAPIST TITLEHOLDER. He is a director of Physiosports Brighton and has been a practicing physiotherapist for 20 years.
Paul has provided services to the Melbourne Tigers NBL basketball team (1998-2005), Collegians Football Club (2001-), EPS, AFS, Mercury Multisport and Tr-Response triathlon squads, Southern Saints Netball Club (2009-), and the Brighton Grammar Boat Club (2002-).
He has been a clinical tutor in the Melbourne & Latrobe University Masters in Sports Physiotherapy courses, and a member of the Victorian Institute of Sport Patellar Tendon study group.
Paul has a special interest in the lower back/pelvis, overuse injuries of the lower limb, as well as the assessment of bike set-up and its relationship to injury.
Dr Rodrigo Bini
Rodrigo Bini, PhD, is a Lecturer and researcher in Exercise and Sports Biomechanics at La Trobe University – Bendigo Campus in Australia. Currently, Rodrigo is an associate Editor of the Journal of Science and Cycling and the Human Movement journal. He also is a member of the Editorial Board of the Sports Biomechanics journal, the Journal of Sports Sciences and the European Journal of Sport Science. Rodrigo is also one of the editors and authors of many chapter on the book “Biomechanics of Cycling”, published in 2014. Rodrigo published over 60 articles, the majority involving studies on sports biomechanics.