CPD seminar: Lumbo Pelvic Pain: Mechanisms and Evidence Based Diagnosis & Treatment
Speaker: Dr Andy Vleeming
Dr Vleeming is an internationally recognized researcher and teacher, and his practical approach will help anyone who treats patients with low back pain.
Over this course, Professor Andry Vleeming will present his research work and distil a 20-year career into a digestible and practical experience that you can apply to your patients.
This course will be especially related to better diagnostics and treatment of lumbopelvic girdle pain patients.
Dr Vleeming draws his clinical reasoning by collaborating with scientists of internationally renowned clinical groups and departments dealing with basic sciences; contributions from the disciplines (to include): anatomy, biomechanics, chiropractic, epidemiology, osteopathy, orthopaedics, physical therapy, podiatry, rehabilitation medicine..
1. Provide a critical insight into the complex anatomy and function of the musculo-fascial-skeletal system
2. Present a clinical reasoning model that enables us to analyse the mechanism behind lumbar and pelvic dysfunctions
3. Disseminate new data about rehabilitation strategies
4. Hands-on practical sessions for diagnosis and treatment of lumbopelvic spinal problems
Date: Saturday 25th October 2014 -Sunday 26thOctober 2014
Venue: The Royal Garden, 69 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, HKSAR
Course Fee: Early bird registration $3800 (ends 1 stOctober 2014)
$4300 from 1st October onwards
Please see the attached flyer for full course synopsis and registration details.
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