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Courses for Allied Health Professionals in Singapore
Continuing education forms the cornerstone of The Rehab Centre. Information continues to bombard us. How can we be sure that what we hear and share are correct? How can we improve our practice, as evidence-informed professionals, to curate information for our patients who entrust us with their care? We learn from the best.
If you’re looking to expand your knowledge base, and keen to meet like-minded clinicians, look no further! Keep a look-out for upcoming courses that will value-add to your growth and development as a trusted health care professional in the comforts of Singapore!
We aspire to invite world-class researchers and clinicians who are experts in their field of Hand Therapy, Physiotherapy and Podiatry.
Dry Needling Course with A/Prof Dr. Jane Rooney, in collaboration with The Australian Physiotherapy Association
25-26 Mar 2023, 8am @ The Carlton Hotel, Singapore
Is dry needling useful? Does dry needling work? When should we use dry needling? How often should we see a patient to apply dry needling? Is dry needling bad?
These are some common questions that we ask ourselves as health care professionals. Come get them answered as we meet with A/Prof Jane to better understand the mechanisms of dry needling, the purpose of deploying this technique and importantly, the safety considerations of this technique.
Save the date and watch this space. Registration and course details will be shared shortly. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate your interest!
Knee Masterclass with A/Prof Jane Rooney
10 Sep 2022, 5pm @ Bukit Timah Plaza
Looking for a Physiotherapy course in Singapore? Here is a 4-hour intensive workshop designed for practising Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists looking to improve their clinical reasoning and management of their patients.
Join Associate Professor Jane Rooney for an evening Knee Masterclass in Singapore. Jane is a Specialist Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist (sub-speciality knee), Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Director of Prahran Sports Medicine Centre and Physio Educators.
Jane will present three case studies with clinical reasoning and rehabilitation principles, patient videos and a summary of the contemporary literature in knee ligament injuries (MCL and ACL) early and late stage rehab and the unfortunate sequelae of early knee osteoarthritis. There will be Q&A opportunities through the evening.