This two-day course will cover all conditions and injuries associated with the elbow joint. It will include anatomy and biomechanics as well as all soft tissue and bony conditions of the elbow with the current evidence for treatment and surgery. There will be information on how to construct elbow splints and supports and practical exercise and taping demonstrations. The last day will conclude with a short exam covering the principles covered in the course.
This 2.5 day course will provide participants with a framework for clinical reasoning by providing a comprehensive basis for understanding hand injuries and conditions. It should facilitate the development of a strong foundation for those therapists transitioning into hand therapy and enable the transition from being a therapist who works in hands to a practitioner in hand therapy for more experienced therapists.
This is an interactive 2-day course aimed at developing your clinical diagnosis and hands-on conservative treatment for trauma conditions of the upper limb. Using a dynamic format, the course includes lectures, case studies, demonstrations, assessments and hands-on practical activities.