An Introduction to Thermoplastic Splinting of the Upper Limb in Complex Neurological Conditions
Two day course:
Tuesday 21 – Wednesday 22 May 2019
An exciting opportunity to attend an intensive course and learn about the challenges of splinting abnormal tone with complex pathologies such as acquired brain injury and disorders of consciousness.
This course is designed for clinicians, who have some basic experience of working with thermoplastic materials and wish to gain further handling skills and understanding of splinting the neurologically impaired upper limb.
Attendees will develop knowledge of the clinical reasoning behind splinting in neurology through theoretical and practical workshops, with all materials provided throughout the course.
PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED, BUT THERE IS A WAITING LIST.
If you would like to attend, please complete and submit the registration form and you’ll be notified if a place becomes available.