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Biomechanics, Total Contact Casting and Medical Devices NHS Specialist role

Discussion in 'Employment in the United Kingdom' started by foot734637, Jan 26, 2016.

  1. foot734637

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    Band 6 NHS Specialist Biomechanics role in London

    Applicant will:

    Assess and treat biomechanics patients
    Use 3D optical scanners and other casting methods to prescribe foot orthoses and potentially emergency/ prescription footwear
    Have access to imaging
    Provide Total Contact Casting for at risk patients
    Integrate with Rhumatology, Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy teams
    Participate in Emergency clinics for at risk feet

    Current departmental activities include ward rounds at the Royal London Hospital, Mobile treatment unit for homeless patients, Dedicated footwear clinics, advanced therapies (dry needling, corticosteroid and hyaluronan injectables, Electro-surgery), minimally invasive surgery, Total Contact Casting and ABPI clinics amongst others.

    Further details

    https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/2da0b08c768c512a5679dad14ad2e657/?vac_ref=914054089
     
  2. Enrico

    Enrico Member

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