This course covers the detailed anatomy and biomechanics of the wrist. It aims to help the therapist to assess undiagnosed conditions, confirm diagnosis and understand the principles used to treat common conditions. Conditions discussed includes carpal and forearm fractures, carpal instabilities and soft tissue problems (such as TFCC tears and scapholunate dissociation). Much time is spent learning about recent theories for rehabilitation including wrist proprioception and strengthening. As with all NES Level II courses, all teaching is evidence based.
To download the documents for this course, create yourself as a user on the site and they will become visible to you. The programme is available on this website by going to “Resources” and then “Downloads”. Application will be direct to Sarah Barnard and her team. Any queries, please contact them on email@example.com
19th February Update. This course is now full and a waiting list has been started. Places may become available due to non-payment or sickness so please do send your application to Sarah Barnard.