This 2.5-day course will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the impact of hand and upper limb trauma following surgery. Using a dynamic format, the course includes lectures, case studies, demonstrations, group discussion and hands-on practical activities.
This is an interactive day of learning with hands-on practice of basic assessment and treatment techniques, in addition to a review of upper limb anatomy. Rather than provide treatment protocols, this course will assist therapists to understand the WHY of each protocol and use their clinical reasoning skills, in addition to the ‘recipe’.
The focus of this two-day course is on the design and fabrication of mobilisation orthoses. A dynamic format using lectures, case studies, demonstrations and hands-on practical activities will help participants to improve their theoretical knowledge and proficiency in the fabrication of mobilisation orthoses.