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February 7 @ 9:00 am 5:00 pm GMT

Orthopaedic Research

Empower advanced primary care practitioners, including physiotherapists, general practitioners, and osteopaths, to become experts in the assessment, management, and treatment of joint pain and musculoskeletal disorders.

Specific learning objectives:

  1. Deepen understanding of the epidemiology, etiology, and pathophysiology of joint pain and common musculoskeletal conditions.

  2. Develop proficiency in conducting comprehensive joint examinations, including joint examination techniques, diagnostic procedures, and assessment of joint function.

  3. Master the latest management strategies and treatment options for joint pain, encompassing non-pharmacological, pharmacological, and interventional approaches.

  4. Gain hands-on experience in joint injection techniques through practical demonstrations and supervised practice on simulated models.

  5. Gain insights into the use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection for joint pain management and explore the benefits and limitations of other orthobiologic treatment options.

  6. Enhance clinical confidence in managing joint pain and effectively apply acquired knowledge and skills to patient care.

This rephrased version highlights the overarching goal of transforming advanced primary care practitioners into experts in joint pain management, emphasizing the comprehensive nature of the learning experience. It also incorporates more concise and impactful language, making the objectives more readily understandable.

£175 – £200 Event Price

0207 637 5789

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Mindelsohn Way
Birmingham, B15 2GW United Kingdom
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0121 627 2000
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Emergency Medicine and General Practice


Medical Student, Foundation Doctor, SHO, Registrar, SAS Doctor, Consultant, Nurse Practitioner and Physician Associate


CPD Accredited