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Manual Therapy Training and Podiatry

Discussion in 'Teaching and Learning' started by Ian Linane, Jan 17, 2014.

  1. Ian Linane

    Ian Linane Well-Known Member


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    Mobilisation and rehabilitation courses.

    Podiatrists
    The UK 2014 Infigo courses for Podiatrists to either acquire new MSK skills in areas of manual therapy (mobilisation) and rehabilitation, or, enhance existing manual therapy skills, can be found on the Infigo website link below. These two-day courses are approved for Society of Chiropodist members to gain extended scope of practice and are covered by existing Society insurance.

    http://www.infigoeducation.co.uk/content/courses

    Multidiscipline
    The UK Infigo dates for our 1-day, multidiscipline, condition specific course on the Plantar Fascial Problem can be found on the link below. The course is open to multidiscipline attendees and each day is taught by a multidiscipline team.

    http://www.infigoeducation.co.uk/content/multi-discipline


    Contact information for booking can be found on the website. For other enquires regards the course contact Ian Linane on info@infigoeducation.co.uk.
     
  2. Shane Toohey

    Shane Toohey Active Member

    Well done Ian!

    Cheers
    Shane
     
  3. Ian Linane

    Ian Linane Well-Known Member

    Thanks you to the two thankers above.
    Shane, are the course dates suitable for a catch up this year?
     
  4. Shane Toohey

    Shane Toohey Active Member

    Hi Ian,

    I dont have any dates confirmed yet and about to get onto it.

    I pretty much expect to be over about October and will see if there is any way to catch up at one of your workshops.

    Cheers
    Shane
     
  5. Ian Linane

    Ian Linane Well-Known Member

    Thanks Shane. Keep me posted.
     
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