ORTHOTIC MANAGEMENT OF CONTRACTURES: an ORLAU Course

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An opportunity to learn how to use orthoses to manage contractures from the leading centre in the country.

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Date
24 Oct 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Institute of Orthopaedics at Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Gobowen
This course is an opportunity to learn how to use orthoses to manage contractures from the leading centre in the country. The day will cover contractures at the knee, ankle and elbow.

• Our experienced multi-disciplinary team will describe the anatomy and physiology of contractures, identifying & measuring factors in their development, and how to apply orthotics as a means of treatment.
• The evidence underlying treatment and the results of management will be presented.
• Hands-on sessions will give examples of devices from a wide range of manufacturers, and there will be demonstrations of measurement, manufacture and supply

Target Audience: Orthotists, Physiotherapists, Clinical Scientists or Engineers, Occupational Therapists, Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Doctors.
of £95 applies. Lunch and refreshments included

Faculty to include
Keith Miller, Rehab Engineer
Will Bromwich, Physiotherapist
Tom Woods, Orthotist
Workshop Manufacturing Team

Contact

Name
Sian Jones
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Phone
01691 404661

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