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Webinar #2 – Interpreting Radiographs and MRI for Cervical Spine

11 October 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Date: 11 October 2017 Time: 8.00 pm to 9.00 pm Registration fees: SPA Student Member – Free SPA Member – $5 Non-member – $10 Registration Details: Payment must be made to confirm your registration. An acknowledgement will be emailed to you at your registered email with the payment details. If you did not receive an acknowledgement within 3 days from your registration, kindly email: Closing date for Registration: 27 September 2017.     Synopsis Conventional radiographs and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are integral parts of the evaluation of a patient with suspected cervical spine abnormalities. These are invaluable tools in quickly establishing a diagnosis or making a better differential diagnosis. This webinar will improve the participant’s ability to read x-rays and MRI of the cervical spine. It will also give participants a better working knowledge of cross sectional anatomy and imaging and the ability to differentiate normal from abnormal findings that primary care clinician are likely to encounter.   Learning Objectives: By the end of this webinar, the participant should be able to: Develop an approach to reading cervical spine films Know the normal anatomy of the cervical spinal region Identify the most common cervical spine abnormalities/conditions   The speaker: Mr Lim Hun Teck Chief Physiotherapist Raffles Rehabilitation Centre M. Manipulative Therapy (Curtin, Aus), BSc. Physiotherapy (Curtin, Aus), M.M.P.A.A (Aus), M.A.P.A (Aus), S.P.A (S’pore) Hun Teck has been an Orthopaedic Physiotherapist since 1998. He specialises in the area of musculoskeletal therapy in 2001 after attaining a Master’s degree in Manipulative […]

Education Workshop #4 – Being Part of the Profession: Physiotherapy Across Settings

21 October 2017 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

This symposium is the fourth and final portion organised by the Association for new graduates and PT Students under the Education Workshop series entitled “Essential Skills for Physiotherapists”: How to Become a Reflective Practitioner – held on 29 April 2017. Building Relationships: The Art of Communication – held on 16 Sep 2017 Discovering yourself: What Does Being a Physiotherapist Mean to You – to be held on 04 Nov 2017 Being Part of the Profession: Physiotherapy Across Settings – Date to be confirmed

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