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Assessment & Management of the 'Rotator Cuff'

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St. Peter's Hospital, Guildford Road, Surrey, KT16 0PZ.

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This course is aimed at all clinicians who wish to develop their understanding of the ‘rotator cuff’. The course provides an opportunity for enquiring clinicians to explore current research findings and what this means for clinical practice. The course offers a mix of learning opportunities including lectures, discussion, reflective case study and practical demonstrations. Topics covered include assessment & diagnosis, appropriate use of terminology, understanding pain, and treatment/ management. Throughout the course participants will have the opportunity to reflect on their current practice and consider how any new learning might be integrated for the benefit of themselves and their patients.

The course begins at 0900 and will end at approximately 1600. Participants will receive a course manual and CPD certificate.

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'...opened my mind to quite a few new and exciting concepts.'

‘Great day with @PhysioChris talking RC tendons. Challenges many beliefs and biases. Recommended for all MSK practitioners. Thanks Chris.’

‘The lecturer was incredibly knowledgeable, approachable with an excellent teaching style.’

‘Loved the course, really informative and has informed and changed practice.’

"It was so nice to listen to Chris and feel connected to the research world which often is perceived as being far away from us. "

"I thought the day was very good. Chris was very clear, his presentation was methodical and easy to follow- and made sense! I really feel it will change my practice and gave me a lot of food for thought around tendinopathy management in general not just at the shoulder."

it was the best course I have done’

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