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What Our Members Say:
'Easy to use and useful to improve clinical skills if you haven't had time to attend a specific course on this.'
'The advice on assessment and special tests for the hand and wrist and videos to support this was most useful. Course will help to improve my assessment and treatment techniques of hand and wrist pathologies within practice.'
'The speaker gave really clear explanations and the notes really helped, I feel I now understand better and this will help me with examination skills in clinic.'
'Clear, logical explanation of progress through the stages of recovery with use of references to support work. It has given me more rehab ideas for progression and understanding of when a patient is ready to progress through stages and return to sport.'
'I can use some of the rehab ideas for my sporty patients. I feel more confident now on how to progress a patient from each stage. Having the biomechanical/physiology theory/latest literature is useful to back up our EBP.'
'I found the most useful thing about the course was being able to access it whenever suited me.'
'Learnt loads! A good mixture of theory and practical elements. Very useful additional hand-outs for each section.'
'Very informative, really enjoyed the rehab exercises - given me great ideas.'
'I found the clinical based information really useful, I feel I know more information about different forms of BPPV, which is very helpful in differential diagnosis.'
'Will help with treatment of patients who come with dizziness and musculoskeletal problems as part of a differential of possible causes of dizziness. more aware of how to look out for central problems.'
'I found the videos and descriptions of assessment and ideas for treatment techniques really helpful.'
'The course has improved my confidence in differential diagnoses for patients with balance symptoms.'