Teaching will be delivered across 4 stations, each with expert clinical anatomy tutors.
Normal functional anatomy will be presented alongside common injury patterns.
Consideration will also be given to the muscles used during the practise of and training for archery.
Station 1: Upper limb: Pectoral girdle, shoulder & arm
Station 2: Upper limb: Elbow, forearm, wrist and hand
Station 3: Abdominal wall & back muscles & vertebral column
Station 4: Lower limb: Muscles, joints, ITB & Fascia
- Identify the key muscles of the limbs and trunk that are used in archery
- Identify the joints of the limbs, their structure, support and injury
- Discuss the actions of key muscles of the limbs and trunk, and ways to train them
- Discuss the common types of soft tissue injury, pain and pain referral relevant to archery
0900-0910 Welcome & Introductions | Richard Tunstall & Brian Burnett
0910-0950 Concepts in musculoskeletal anatomy, injury & referred pain | Richard Tunstall
1000-1230 Specimen & 3D teaching | Tutors (~ 40 minutes per station, with around 8 delegates per station)