Spinal Masqueraders Study Day – 11 June – Cambridge,UK

This is a highly interactive case study based day designed to help with the awareness, clinical reasoning and management of the 5 most common spinal masqueraders seen in physiotherapy practice. – Spinal metastasis – Pancoast’s Tumour – Ependymoma – Myeloma – Tuberculosis This day is designed for those working in extended scope roles, or those interested in progression into this field. With an introduction on the current thinking about Red Flags by James Selfe, co-author of the Red Flags pocket book series and a session on clinical presentation mapping lead by Sue Greenhalgh, co-author of the same series. Facilitators Laura Finucane – Consultant Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, East Surrey Hospital. Sue Greenhalgh – Consultant Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Bolton Primary Care Trust. Christopher Mercer – Consultant Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Western Sussex Hospitals Trust James Selfe – Professor of Physiotherapy, University of Central Lancashire, Fellow of the CSP.

Tutor: Laura Finucane, Sue Greenhalgh, Chris Mercer, James Selfe

Date: 11th June 2011

Duration: 1 day

Cost: £90 MACP members, £110 non-members

Venue: Addenbrookes Hodspital, Cambridge

Location: Cambridgeshire

Contact Name: Mrs Terry Smith

Contact Phone: 01202 706161

Contact Email: [email protected]

Web Link to Course: https://www.macpweb.org/home/index.php?p=402&id=122&page=1

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