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Demonstration Workshop: Whiplash and Upper Limb Injuries Using Non-Thermal Laser – How Does This Fit Into Our Clinical Practice?

Whiplash and Upper Limb Injuries Using Non-Thermal Laser - How Does This Fit Into Our Clinical Practice?

Presented by: Dr Jake Cooke (MChiro, DACNB) & Dr Robert Sullivan (BSc (Hons) Podiatry, MSc Podiatric Surgery, POMS)
Saturday, 16th October | 9:30am – 17.00pm

Location: London Heathrow Marriott Hotel, Bath Road Heathrow, Airport, Hayes UB3 5AN, UK

~7 Hours Retrospective CPD ~

About the Workshop

Dr Jake Cooke, MChiro, DACNB, graduated from the AECC in 2009 and passed the American Chiropractic Neurology Board exams in 2014. He is currently undertaking a masters in MSK neuroscience and recently opened his own clinic, The Neuro Muscular Clinic, Woking, Surrey. He fervently believes that neuroscience helps us to understand and explain what our patients are experiencing and how to help them. Neurology lies at the heart of movement, balance, posture, and pain. Understanding it can be the key to a great outcome and explain why a patient’s symptoms haven’t already resolved.

Robert Sullivan is a medical professional with many years of experience in education and training. An active researcher in Non-Thermal Low-Level Laser Therapy, his research includes Onychomycosis, Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy, Pain and Fat Cell Management, and he is widely published in podiatry and other medically journals.

In this workshop, Dr Cooke will discuss clinical anatomy and differential diagnosis of the most common causes of upper limb peripheral neuropathy. He will describe how a neck or shoulder injury can develop into radiating arm pain and how to understand the difference between primary and secondary pain sensitisation. This workshop is focused on clinical application and avoids any unnecessarily, complex neurophysiology or anatomy.

Includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day.

Existing Customers – use the Coupon Code CUS at checkout to receive a special offer price of £49.50.

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