Currently there are few options for physiotherapists who wish to explore a holistic approach to needle-based therapies. Dry needling courses offer a model that permits pain modulation but none of the systemic benefits acupuncture offers that can improve mood, sleep, inflammation, appetite and digestive function and sense of well-being.
PLEASE NOTE: Attendance at this course requires the completion of the Spinal Physiotherapy Part A online modules to be purchased separately via CPD4physios.The Spinal Physiotherapy Part A (Lumbar) course in conjunction with Spinal Physiotherapy Part A (Cervical), is the current replacement of the former Spinal Level 1 course.
Immunotherapy is a commonly used cancer treatment for melanoma and lung cancer, with growing evidence for use in other cancers.
Dr Mason will provide an update on the mechanisms of immunotherapy and it's evidence for use, as well as discuss the unique side-effects of immunotherapy, specifically proximal myopathy as relevant to physiotherapists.
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This event will showcase some advanced taping techniques that can be used both in a sports setting, as well as in general practice.
Students will be able to practice these techniques during the session.
Please note: This is a face-to-face event.
This is the first component of a three-part lecture series covering peripheral nerve injuries following orthopaedic trauma. This lecture is focused on medical diagnosis (including neurophysiological studies) and management of peripheral nerve injuries following upper limb trauma, and includes a case study of chronic regional pain syndrome of the wrist/hand following trauma.