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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Raphael1974, Jun 28, 2015.

  1. Raphael1974

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    Hello all,

    My name is Richard and I am a community MSK Doctor working in the NHS Community MSK service in Bedfordshire. My background was initially in Orthopaedics, then General Practice but now I work entirely in community MSK medicine.

    In my clinical practice I'm referred patients with a large of MSK conditions and particularly sub-specialise in point of care MSK Ultrasound and US guided injections.

    As a result of my MSK US expertise I see a lot of peripheral MSK conditions, including lower limb conditions and am interested in gaining further exposure and experience in lower limb biomechanics since I'm convinced that no lower limb MSK examination is entirely covered off unless these aspect is assessed. So many of the lower limb conditions I'm asked to see (trochanteric pain, knee pain, ankle/foot pain, PF, AT etc..) are superficially assessed and managed in many MSK settings without recourse to the underlaying compensatory or causative biomechanical issues.

    As a clinician, a sonographer, an injector and MDT approach ideologue I seek to build bridges across all the sectors of MSK assessment and care to try and learn from each other to manage patients with every greater success!
     
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