Exploring the brain – 27th April – Coventry, UK

These neuroscience based workshop sessions are designed for professionals in rehabilitation: Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Nurses and others.

Learning outcomes:

  • To be able to use knowledge of brain structure and function in developing imaginative treatment planning in rehabilitation.
  • To have a deeper understanding of the client’s response to stress and pain.
  • To understand the complexity of decision making when planning treatment and organising a department.

Tutor: Dr Gillie McNeill BA DPhil (Oxford)

Date: Friday 27th April 2012

Duration: One day

Cost: £80.00

Venue: University Hospital Coventry

Location: Coventry, Warwickshire

Contact Name: Sue Dukelow

Contact Phone: 01375 893 820

Contact Email: sd@welbeing-cpd.co.uk

Web Link to Course: www.welbeing-cpd.co.uk

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Achilles Tendinopathy

In this month's Members topic we are exploring the foot and ankle with a focus on achilles tendinopathy. This month we have exclusive access to:

  1. 2 FREE chapters from text books Maitland's Peripheral Manipulation by Hengeveld & Banks 2014 and A Practical Approach to Orthopaedic Medicine by Atkins, Kerr and Goodlad. 2010
  2. 4 FREE journal articles from The Foot
  3. An interview with Maitland expert Elly Hengeveld

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