22 November 2019
Friday 22 November 2019
9am - 4.30pm
Blue Pit Mill
Suite 3 Floor 1
This is a super study day, which is open to HEALTH PROFESSIONALS / NON-HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS. We will use examples from case studies and include practical and hands on demonstrations in order for delegates to expand their knowledge on the applications of ultrasound.
The aim of the study day is to discuss diagnostic MSK ultrasound and the relevant practical therapies and treatment.
By the end of the day the delegates should be able to appreciate:
9am-9.30am Registration and coffee
9.30am-9.45am Introduction by Learn Clinic
9.45am-10.30am Swimmers Injuries (Part 1) By Lisa Sharratt
10.30am-11.15am Upper limb tendinopathy & Achilles By Bilal Mustapha
11.15am-11.30am Comfort Break
11.30am-12.30pm Practical demonstration Knee Joint & Achilles Tendon By Samina Syed-Afzal
12.30pm-1.15pm Complimentary Lunch
1.15pm-2pm Swimmers Injuries (Part 2) By Lisa Sharratt
2pm-2.45pm Common upper limb pathologies in an older population By Jack Dixon
2.45pm-3pm Comfort Break
3pm-3.45pm Powerlifting Injuries By Lisa Corrillini
3.45pm-4.15pm Practical demonstration of the shoulder By Samina Syed-Afzal
4.15pm-4.30pm Q&A feedback/reflection & CPD certificate
You can book your place on Eventbrite using the link below.
Entry fee: £60 early bird rate - £75 standard rate
07540 395 662
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