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UK Clinical Biomechanics Boot Camps

Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by Craig Payne, Dec 2, 2008.

  1. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    I just checked up on the temperature in London .... 3 degrees! .... I can't wait to get there!

    Its been 43 here for the last 2 days and predicted to be >40 for the next 2 ... its the worse heat wave in >100 yrs!
     
  2. Ian Linane

    Ian Linane Well-Known Member

    Being tuff brits we tend to find 3 degrees to much, heat wise, and so spend a lot of our time in shorts and string vests at this time of year.

    Don't forget to bring yours!! :)

    Ian
     
  3. Wendy

    Wendy Active Member

    I would agree with the above - it has been a scorching 6 degrees in Hampshire recently however I would advise you bring a jumper for the evenings as next week is forcast -3 degrees so might get a bit nippy:morning:
    Wendy
     
  4. DTT

    DTT Well-Known Member

    Hey Craig

    The forcast here in London for next week is heavy snow and minus 5-7 degrees.

    If you bring your trunks with you Mandy and Bel may take you to the Serpenine ,break the ice and you can go for a swim with them?:eek:

    Cheers
    Derek;)

    PS do you want me to post some snow to you or can you wait till you get here:D
     
  5. Marchant

    Marchant Welcome New Poster

    Hi Craig

    5 of us have booked on your course for Birmingham in 2 weeks time. we still do not know the location. Any chance you could get the info to us asap as accommodation needs to be booked.
    many thanks
     
  6. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Actually Del, Bel & I are currently in practice for the synchronised frozen heats.

    Belinda, .............................. hold yer breath girl,

    Tucking jumper in......................


    :eek::eek::eek:


    N breathe........................
     
  7. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    Sorry, office bit behind sending confirmations - its at the Hilton
     
  8. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    I am sooooooo looking forward to it! - the worst of the heatwave is over --- the bush fires are still burning though; 23 homes destroyed; 6 lives lost; cost the state economy $100 million (link) .... it been bad this year.
     
  9. sam_wallwork

    sam_wallwork Active Member

    Hi Craig,

    Is the one in Manchester at the Hilton at the airport or in the centre?

    Thanks

    Sam
     
  10. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    In the centre - you should have got a confirmation letter by now -- I will check its been sent,
     
  11. Just returned from the boot camp.

    I had high expectations from the man himself and he certainly did not dissappoint! A very enjoyable and informative two days!

    I came away with at least a dozens threads I wanted to start but I won't spoil it for those still to come!

    It was also a real pleasure to meet the familier colleagues and to meet some new ones. Hopefully we'll be seeing some new posters soon, the day had the feel of an introduction to far more learning and discovery!

    Many thanks to everyone who attended and especially to Craig!

    Kind regards

    Robert
     
  12. Ian Linane

    Ian Linane Well-Known Member

    Hi

    Happy to echo Roberts thoughts.

    Clearly Craig has learned everything that all the posters on Arena have been teaching him ;)

    How did it help? : learned stuff, affirmed stuff, challenged stuff


    Thanks Craig

    Ian
     
  13. DTT

    DTT Well-Known Member

    Yep 'll second that

    Great 2 days thanks Craig for giving me SUCH a headache :wacko:

    Very enjoyable and nice to meet Craig and some new colleages:empathy:

    Cheers
    Derek;)
     
  14. As strange as it may sound I think there may be some truth there!

    One of the things which was so refreshing and original about this course is Craig's attitude to the science. Here is a Podiatrist who in spite of his obviously VAST knowledge (and experiance;)) is very clearly still challenging his own thinking and developing his own ideas. Somebody who is quite comfortable to say "I used to think that, I don't any more!"

    All of us, i think, (some more than others) need to beware of the mindset that we have "arrived" and come at last to the correct paradigm and have no need to examine new ideas because we are so confident that what we NOW know is correct. Its easy to spot in others, harder in see in oneself and something which will arrest our development individually and as professionals if we let it!

    We could all take a leaf from Craig's book here!

    Kind regards
    Robert
     
  15. Wendy

    Wendy Active Member

    Wow, I was looking forward to the sessions in Southampton before.......now I am REALLY excited and glad I only have to wait until tomorrow:dizzy:
    Thanks for the insight............
    Wendy
     
  16. blinda

    blinda MVP

    Thank you for two very enjoyable, informative and practical days Craig,

    Kind Regards
    Jonah;)
     
  17. Griff

    Griff Moderator

    I echo Robert's sentiments - a great 2 days, in which you leave knowing less than when you arrived. . . but in a good way

    Nice to put faces to names (and avatars)

    Hope the rest of the tour goes as well Craig

    Ian
     
  18. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Just to add my thanks too.

    A truly great weekend of learning & understanding.

    Possibly the quietest I have ever been in lectures. :D

    Thank you.

    :drinks
     
  19. Quite true!

    She always snores in mine;)

    Robert
     
  20. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Not at all Robert dahlink.:eek:

    It is your husky, masculine voice that sends us girls into a state of deep relaxation. Enhancing our ability to subconsciously memorise every single word. ;)
     
  21. Rhona Rollo

    Rhona Rollo Welcome New Poster

    Hi Craig,

    Are there any places left for the Glasgow bootcamp? If so can I provisionally book a place.

    Many Thanks

    Rhona Rollo
    Podiatry Team Leader
    Lanark Health Centre
    Woodstock Road
    Lanark
    ML11 7DH

    Tel:01555 667150
     
  22. post2cast

    post2cast Welcome New Poster

    Many Thanks Craig Fantastic Seminar...how do you remember all that stuff...right now where did I put that flow chart ...:confused:
     
  23. Nikki

    Nikki Active Member

    I can only echo that which has previously been said, certainly a thought provoking two days.
    Thanks to Craig
     
  24. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Not directly related to Boot camp but need to make people aware of the following:

    Beloved has just rung & enquired what I had bought during my stay at the Heathrow Hilton on Sunday night.

    Me: 'Nothing dahlink, we eat out & wine was smuggled in by fellow attendees'

    I have just rung the hotel who confirmed charging the credit card £24.90 for 'mini bar items'!! :mad:

    I looked (my 1st mini bar experience you see). I read the cost leaflet & fell to the floor that anyone would pay £6.50 for a bloody toblerone. I also noticed the bit that said 'sensors under mini bar items ensured any removed items would be charged' & promptly shut the door!

    Hotel are investigating on my behalf. Moral is, if they had your card details, check for any mistakes.

    Update: as I know how worried you all must have been about my finances :)

    Mistake rectified by Hilton & money credited back to my (actually Himself's) account. So trusting these Yorkshire men. :D

    'Himself' is very relieved as now he wont have to sell either a kidney or his beloved whippet to pay the mini bar fees. :empathy:

    <phew>


    Much love to all now peace is restored in Doncaster.

    Mand'
     
    Last edited: Feb 12, 2009
  25. blinda

    blinda MVP

    What? professional colleagues? Tut, Mand`you should be more selective when you choose your associates :rolleyes:

    Yeah, well whilst you`re on the subject of `eating out`, of course we wouldn`t have had to if we had had a 3 course cooked lunch like our Southampton colleagues, instead of the 2.5 rolls and fruit!!:boohoo:

    Good job the food for thought was of a much higher calibre. Hope you have dried out properly now Craig.

    Cheers,
    Bel
     
  26. Dawn Bacon

    Dawn Bacon Active Member

    Yes indeed the food at the Soton venue was outstanding. However the fare in the presentations was so much better, enlightening and thought provoking. Thank you Craig for an excellent course.

    BW
    Dawn
     
  27. Wendy

    Wendy Active Member

    I would just like to echo Dawns enthusiasm for the foot in Southampton on both days (today was just as good!).
    However the content of Craigs presentations was amazing and thought provoking and I now have a new enthusiasm for bmx;).
    Thank you Craig:drinks
    Wendy
     
  28. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    I have just edited the first message as added two new dates for June:

    Jun 20 & 21: London
    Jun 22 & 23: Glasgow
    Jun 24 & 25: Gloucester (new)
    Jun 26 & 27: Leeds (new)

    and moved the Ireland date to early next year.

    Registration
     
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  29. Kaleidoscope

    Kaleidoscope Active Member

    Mr. Cerqueira

    I think your English is rather good (much better than my Portugese !) I am a 2nd year Pod student and would have love to come for the biomechanics.... sadly cant afford it! Hope you enjoy it!

    Just wondered ...... do Portugal welcome English qualified Pods or is there problems or an exam(s) to sit first??

    Thank you

    Regards

    Linda Robson
     
  30. mjccerqueira

    mjccerqueira Member

    Hi Linda Robson.

    I think i will love the seminar of Biomechanics with Dr. Craig Payne (London - June).
    I just feel a little lost with the location of the hotels, seminars and the low cost airports... but i think Dr. Craig and his staff can helpe me in time.

    You want to finish your graduate in Portugal, or work as qualifeid Podiatrist in Portugal?

    If you want to finish your graduation i think now is more easy then ever, because of the Bologne process.
    To work in Portugal, just need to be recognized by the Portuguese Association of Podiatry.

    At the moment, Portuguese Podiatrist just work in private care services, such as private clinics, hospitals and sport associations.

    If you want more information, contact me by e-mail: mjccerqueira@gmail.com to not create an off-topic in this thread

    Best regards,
    Manuel Cerqueira, Dr.
     
  31. Freeman

    Freeman Active Member

    Is there a boot camp this July/ August in England? 2009

    Freeman Churchill. Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada (Colonies across the Pond)
     
  32. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    Only June, sorry. BUT, will be doing one in Vancouver and Ottawa in first half of next year.
     
  33. anDRe

    anDRe Active Member

    Good evening Dr. Craig
    I am a portuguese podiatrist and I would like to attend your Biomechanics Boot Camp this June in London, because i want to improve and obtain new knowledge and prespectives of biomechanics.
    Are there any vacancies? How can i register for it?
    Best regards
    André :drinks
     
  34. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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  35. Davey

    Davey Member

    Hi Craig,

    When will the Ireland boot camp be taking place, is it going to be early 2010 as I would love to attend it due to hearing so many great reports about them.

    Regards
    Davey
     
  36. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    I still working on 2010 dates .... Ireland is on the agenda.
     
  37. Salanne

    Salanne Member

    Dear Mr Payne

    Please could you advise me of next year UK dates and venues for the BOOT CAMP. I graduated this year and I am desparate to improve on my small amount of experience now that I am out in practice.

    Thank you

    Salanne
     
  38. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    Still working on 2010 dates ... I keep telling everyone that I will have them in a few days...
     
  39. Salanne

    Salanne Member

    Thank you Mr Payne

    Ahh to be popular -

    sorry to pester, I should have looked more closely at your previous correspondence.

    best wishes
     
  40. Salanne

    Salanne Member

    Hell Mr Payne

    Please could you let me know if you have decided on any dates in the UK this year 2010 - I am really interested in coming to see you and if I have missed some vital information re the boot camps please could you direct me to it.

    Kindest and warm greetings

    Salanne:pigs:
     
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