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The role of proximal control in patellofemoral pain: How to assess and treat Masterclass by Ms Claire Robertson

 

Register to attend: The role of proximal control in patellofemoral masterclass here.  

 

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Date: Tuesday 10th September 2019

Time: 19:30 – 21:00

Venue: Wimbledon Clinics, The Lodge, Parkside Hospital, 53 Parkside, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5NX

Fee: £25

No of places: 16

 

Tutor: Ms Claire Robertson MSc PGCE MCSP

This course aims to directly impact on the clinician's ability to assess and treat patients with patellofemoral pain syndrome, (PFP). The course is a mixture of theory, demonstrations and practical sessions, totally underpinned by evidence. There is a strong emphasis on clinical reasoning throughout.

Claire Robertson is a consultant physiotherapist in patellofemoral pain, at Wimbledon Clinics. She is actively involved in patellofemoral research, having published in many journals, including the American journal of Sports Medicine. She is currently writing up a number of papers following extensive research on the VMO, and she has also recently finished a research grant researching patellofemoral crepitus. Claire's niche clinical practice and passion for making her teaching relevant to clinicians together with her research activity places her perfectly to deliver this course.

 

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Patellofemoral Pain Uncovered 1 day course @ The Royal London Hospital by Ms Claire Robertson, Wimbledon Clinics

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Register to attend: The role of proximal control in patellofemoral masterclass here.  

 

Date: Saturday, 5th October 2019

Time: 8.30 - 16.00

Venue: Barts Health NHS Trust, Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel Rd, London, E1 1BB

Fee: £150

No of places: 20

 

Tutor: Ms Claire Robertson MSc PGCE MCSP

This course aims to directly impact on the clinician's ability to assess and treat patients with patellofemoral pain syndrome, (PFP). The course is a mixture of theory, demonstrations and practical sessions, totally underpinned by evidence. There is a strong emphasis on clinical reasoning throughout.

Claire Robertson is a consultant physiotherapist in patellofemoral pain, at Wimbledon Clinics. She is actively involved in patellofemoral research, having published in many journals, including the American journal of Sports Medicine. She is currently writing up a number of papers following extensive research on the VMO, and she has also recently finished a research grant researching patellofemoral crepitus. Claire's niche clinical practice and passion for making her teaching relevant to clinicians together with her research activity places her perfectly to deliver this course.

 

 

TO FIND OUT MORE & REGISTER CLICK HERE


 

 

Patellofemoral Pain Uncovered 1 day course @ Royal United Hospitals Bath by Ms Claire Robertson, Wimbledon Clinics

 

Register to attend: The role of proximal control in patellofemoral masterclass here.

 

Date: Saturday, 16th November 2019

Time: 8.30 - 16.00

Venue: Barts Health NHS Trust, Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel Rd, London, E1 1BB

Fee: £150

No of places: 24

 

Tutor: Ms Claire Robertson MSc PGCE MCSP

This course aims to directly impact on the clinician's ability to assess and treat patients with patellofemoral pain syndrome, (PFP). The course is a mixture of theory, demonstrations and practical sessions, totally underpinned by evidence. There is a strong emphasis on clinical reasoning throughout.

Claire Robertson is a consultant physiotherapist in patellofemoral pain, at Wimbledon Clinics. She is actively involved in patellofemoral research, having published in many journals, including the American journal of Sports Medicine. She is currently writing up a number of papers following extensive research on the VMO, and she has also recently finished a research grant researching patellofemoral crepitus. Claire's niche clinical practice and passion for making her teaching relevant to clinicians together with her research activity places her perfectly to deliver this course.

 

 

TO FIND OUT MORE & REGISTER CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

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