Mechanics of the Diabetic Foot
This is a part time course that requires students to be working as a Registered Healthcare Professionals. As clinical practice involving physical therapeutic procedures has progressed, those patients seeking advice on issues relating to complaints of a biomechanical nature have increased. Furthermore, increased recreational and professional sporting activities require a practitioner skilled in clinical biomechanics. Even the treatment of traditional musculoskeletal problems benefit from knowledge of possible underlying origins of these problems.
Applicants will normally: Possess an honours degree of class (2:1) or above; (awarded by a United Kingdom University) or equivalent; Candidates who posses Diplomas in a related field will be considered depending on their clinical experience ; Should have a HCPC registration or equivalent; Have a minimum of one year working professional experience in related areas; Most students are already working as full-time health care practitioners.
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|PgCert||Distance learning||-||1 years|
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