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About Our Tutors

Mr Andrew Cuff
BSc (Hons) MSc MCSP


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Andrew holds a number of clinical posts and positions across both the public and private sector. He is an Extended Scope Physiotherapist and Clinical Lead in both the Wakefield Musculoskeletal (MSK) Service and the North Kirklees MSK Service. In addition to this, Andrew works for Primary Care Sheffield as a First Contact Practitioner within Primary Care as well consulting on complex Shoulder & Elbow cases as part of Sheffield Shoulder Physio. Reflecting his clinical expertise, Andrew recently has been appointed as a Consultant Physiotherapist within Artisan Healthcare whereby he consults on Complex Upper Limb presentations.

Alongside his clinical positions, Andrew is an active researcher having published numerous articles on Diagnostic Validity, Advanced Practice and the Shoulder and is a proud author for the Cochrane Bone, Joint and Muscle Trauma Group. Andrew has presented his research at both national and international scientific meetings and conferences.

With regards to education, the popular Remedy MSK Seminar Series was the brainchild of Andrew, inspired by his experience in teaching GPs, Junior and Senior Physiotherapists over the years. He has taught on the Shoulder, Elbow and Spine throughout the UK and more recently, abroad. Previously a Research Physiotherapist at the University of Warwick, Andrew has both taught and examined on the Orthopaedic component of the Medicine degree.

 

 

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THE COMPLETE UPPER LIMB COURSE ( Mon 25 Jun - Tue 26 Jun )

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