Royal College of Chiropractors CPD Event – Cervical Radiculopathy: What works and what doesn’t
Start: 7th December 2021 @ 19:00pm
End: 7th December 2021 @ 20:00pm
Online , Reading, England
Chiropractors frequently manage patients with acute and subacute pain, especially those with neuro-musculoskeletal complaints. Practitioners need to be aware of the evidence for what they do and consider guidelines set by national and international bodies. The aim of the session is to highlight RCC, NICE and Danish National Clinical Guidelines relevant to cervical radiculopathy, and explore how they influence practice and how patients are managed by other healthcare professionals
• To be aware of national and international guidelines relevant to cervical radiculopathy
• Understand the most important procedure for establishing the presence of cervical radiculopathy
• Understand what most distinguishes cervical radiculopathy from a patient with referred pain
• Understand which cervical nerve root is most commonly involved in cervical radiculopathy
• Understand which is the most appropriate investigation in terms of imaging cervical radiculopathy
• Understand what to address initially with respect to patient management and which is the recommended treatment intervention in terms of patient management
SPEAKERS – Monica Handa FRCC, MRCC (Ortho) & Jatinder Benepal FRCC, MRCC (Ortho)
Monica graduated from AECC in 1993 with a BSc (Distinction) in Chiropractic and has since gone on to undertake many postgraduate courses and seminars including the first postgraduate course in 1995 at the
AECC in Clinical Chiropractic. She was the first person in the UK with an advanced certification in CBP—Clinical Biomechanicals of Posture—which she gained in August 2014. Monica runs a private practice in Warrington, Cheshire, where she has practised for the last 28 years. Her patient base is mainly older adults, and her special interest is in structural rehabilitation. She currently chairs the RCC’s Orthopaedics, Rehabilitation & Exercise Faculty.
Jatinder graduated from AECC in 1986 and has been involved in various roles on BCA Council over the years. She was an RCC Council member between 2006 and 2019 and has represented the RCC on a national
advisory board to raise the awareness of axial spondyloarthritis among chiropractors and osteopaths since 2018. Jatinder is the founder of the Isis Chiropractic Centres, which now consist of three clinics. Jatinder has gathered great experience in the treatment and management of many conditions over the years and has helped hundreds of patients recover from their problems.
RCC Members participate free of charge. Refer to your email or contact email@example.com to register with your full name and email address.
Non-Members: £35. Please register and pay online here rcc-uk.org/rcc-events
Registration closes: 5pm Tuesday 7th December 2021
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