Red Flags, Serious Spinal Pathology & Systems Thinking June 2019

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Who is this course suitable for?

Due to the changing nature of MSK service delivery, this course is suitable for all musculoskeletal practitioners. It will be particularly useful to first contact practitioners, aspiring ESP clinicians within MSK/Orthopaedic triage or experienced ESPs looking for an update.

Tutor: Andrew Cuff BSc (Hons) MSc CMP SRP MCSP Developing Consultant Physiotherapist & Clinical Lead Wakefield & North Kirklees MSK Service Upper Limb – Subject Matter Expert
Andrew holds a number of clinical posts and positions across both the public and private sector. He is an Developing Consultant Physiotherapist and Clinical Lead in both the Wakefield Musculoskeletal (MSK) Service and the North Kirklees MSK Service for Connect Health.

Alongside his clinical positions, Andrew is an active researcher studying for a PhD at Keele University and has published numerous articles in the Musculoskeletal domain 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. Previously a Research Physiotherapist at the University of Warwick, Andrew has both taught and examined on the Orthopaedic component of the Medicine degree.

You may have heard Andrew talk about Red Flags on The Physio Matters Podcast (Episode 51) – check it out to find out more about the course or visit to see the course outline.

Course Date: Saturday 8th June 2019

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Department
Whittington Hospital
Magdala Avenue
N19 5NF

The Outpatient Physiotherapy Department is located on the ground floor of the Old Nurses Home. The course will be located in the gym which the first door on your left as your enter the main entrance to the building

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Mr Andrew Cuff  
The Complete Upper Limb Course
Mr Andrew Cuff

Mr Andrew Cuff

The Complete Upper Limb Course

Event Detail

08/06/2019 9:00 am
08/06/2019 5:00 pm
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Department