Spotlight on chronic tibia-femoral and patello-femoral pain with Dr Dylan Morrissey and Dr Christian Barton

As the clock counts down to Glasgow and the welcome drink reception at Glasgow Science Centre on Sunday 3rd of July over 250 delegates from around the world have now registered for the conference.

Calling all MACP members – early bird rates end Monday 4th April

Remember as the official UK member of IFOMPT, all members of the MACP are eligible for member registration rates for IFOMPT 2016. Full conference packages and conference day rates are available to provide options for delegates to attend.

Have you been successful in your abstract submission

Thank you to everyone who has contacted us through the IFOMPT Twitter account to let us know that you have been successful. Congratulation to everyone from IFOMPT organising committee and we look forward to welcoming you to Glasgow 2016.

Spotlight on pre and post conference courses

The IFOMPT organising committee are pleased to be able to host Dr Dylan Morrissey and Dr Christian Barton for their two day course on Chronic tibia-femoral and patello-femoral pain assessment and management.

Course Title: Chronic tibio-femoral and patello-femoral pain – assessment and management
Duration: 2 Days
Dates: 2 and 3 July
Location: Glasgow Caledonian University
Times: 09:00 – 17:00 both days
Course Fees: £250.00 Early bird rate. Course fee will be increased to £295 after 4 April

Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is one of the most common injury presentations to orthopaedic, general practice and sports medicine clinics. During this course, the complex clinical reasoning required to provide an optimal management plan for the varying TF+PFP and presentations clinicians see every day will be explored. This highly practical and evidence based course will provide you with a range of knowledge and skills you can apply immediately in the clinic, whether you are a new graduate or experienced clinician. The course will be a mixture of lectures, discussions and practical workshops.

This is proving to be a popular course so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Neck Pain

Out of all 291 conditions studied in the Global Burden of Disease 2010 Study, neck pain ranked 4th highest in terms of disability and 21st in terms of overall burden.

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