Date(s) - 16/04/2012
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Mytton Fold Hotel and Golf Complex
Electrotherapy to complement Manual Therapy
£85.00 inclusive lunch & refreshments
Rationale: Many soft tissue injuries / musculoskeletal conditions cannot be addressed effectively by any single discipline in isolation. Consequently, proactive clinicians now acknowledge that clinical outcomes can be better achieved through a multidisciplinary / multifactorial approach.
Aim: To promote safe, effective, appropriate evidence-based-practice (EBP) Electrotherapy to complement and enhance existing Manual Therapy techniques throughout the healing process. Thereby, enabling practitioners to deliver a multi-factorial approach aimed at optimising clinical outcomes and patient care. Content includes; electrotherapy objectives, health, safety, hygiene (hazard control), legal requirements; physiological, psychological and biomechanical effects; clinical awareness, tissue healing, strategy for effective EBP application of electrotherapy with respect to manual therapy techniques aimed to optimise clinical outcomes.
Suitability: All forms of therapists / practitioners wishing to broaden their treatment base to include Electrotherapy as an additional clinical tool to complement and enhance existing manual therapy skills. Alternatively, the content is highly suitable for those who may simply wish to update their awareness and knowledge in EBP electrotherapy. Furthermore, owners of electrotherapy equipment may have the opportunity to seek guidance in operational aspects with respect to their own equipment – by prior arrangement.
Bookings and Cheques to:
NJD Sports Injury Clinic
Nicholas Dinsdale BSc (Hons), MSc (Sports Injury Management)
36 Moorland Crescent,
Further information from:
Tel: 01200 427457
Course details and ‘Booking-Forms’ available from: