New cervical arterial dysfunction course with Roger Kerry

Have you heard about our new, shorter courses, run by experts? Here’s one of the first, on cervical arterial dysfunction, from Roger Kerry of the University of Nottingham.

roger kerry discusses cervical arterial dysfunction

In these new shorter version courses we are working with topic specialists to share their knowledge on specific topics to help keep you up to date and shape your clinical practice.  Each course will consist of 1-2 hours worth of videos, reading materials and a quiz at the end to test your knowledge.

In this course Roger talks about identifying vascular pathologies and making clinical risk management decisions. He discusses how to make safe clinical decisions that take into account these very serious issues and how the related framework for clinical practice is being updated in 2018. Reading materials include an evidence based summary of the topic and the IFOMPT guidelines.   It’s a must for all those who assess and treat the cervical spine.

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Comments

Ramadan Gamal Kamal
Ramadan Gamal Kamal
May 16, 2018 at 6:58 pm

It is interisting topic

Georges Meya Kiala
Georges Meya Kiala
May 16, 2018 at 9:53 pm

I am really interested in this topic because I am a PhD student in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and my research area is neuro-vertebral decompression. All the structures around the spine interest me. I will make an effort to follow this course from beginning till the end.

sunil
sunil
May 21, 2018 at 7:25 am

i have a great interest in this course. I’m waiting to learn.

Kasem
Kasem
May 26, 2018 at 5:00 pm

I wish I could be with you at this course and have new knowledge and experience

Marwa basit
Marwa basit
June 11, 2018 at 12:14 pm

I’m interested to join in this course to learn more about this topic and learn more

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