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At The ISEH, we take pride in providing world-class sport exercise medicine and performance support to elite athletes and recreational sports enthusiasts. 
Our ISEH Learning courses aim to blend theoretical academic knowledge with practical application in a sport and exercise setting. By providing hands-on and relevant learning, we empower our learners to continue their professional development with confidence in applying their new skills in their professions.

Our courses are led by leaders in their field of sport and exercise medicine to ensure a high-quality learning experience. However, we also recognise the value of networking with peers and sharing knowledge and information with others. That's why we create a space and platform for discussion and engagement with other course candidates.

At ISEH Learning, we strive to equip you with both a solid understanding of the subject matter and the confidence to apply it in your work, wherever that may be.

Upcoming courses:

Friday 22 March 2024: ‘Breathing to Win’ led by ISEH’s Professor James Hull, leading Consultant Respiratory Physician, and Julie Moore Clinical Respiratory Physiotherapist.

About:  This comprehensive, all-day workshop is tailored for clinicians and focuses on the practical aspects of evaluating, addressing, and optimising breathing performance in athletes. The course will specifically explore the differential diagnosis of Asthma, BPD, and Exercise-Induced Laryngeal Obstruction (EILO). Participants will acquire the knowledge and tools necessary to identify, assess, and effectively manage breathing issues in athletes.

The course will enable health professionals to further their skills and knowledge and become more confident in:

1) Learning how to recognise dysfunctional breathing (DB) /maladaptive breathing patterns and to assess this issue in the context of other diagnoses such as asthma.

2) Being familiar with the typical symptoms of DB & Exercise-induced laryngeal obstruction (EILO).

3) Recognising DB & Exercise Induced Laryngeal Obstruction.

4) Helping an athlete understand what optimal breathing is and how it can improve performance and recovery

5) Maintain and keep the athlete engaged in their breathing rehabilitation.

6) Gaining an understanding of laryngeal function and how to prevent EILO.

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