KC's Louise Tisdale speaks at Primary Care and Public Health Conference

11th April 2016

On 19 May Louise will be giving a talk at the Primary Care and Public Health Conference on How Understanding Impairments in People with Lower Limb Amputation can Help improve Gait .

Primary Care and Public Health 2016  takes place on 18 and 19 May and provides unrivalled learning and networking opportunities for health care professionals working in primary and community care, public, prison and global health. With excellent speakers, hands-on workshops and an exciting exhibition, it will equip professional in these fields with plenty of examples of best practice and ideas to take back to your work place. Louise will be speaking at 2.45pm on the second day of the event.  For the complete programme click here

Louise is Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in Amputee Rehabilitation for The Royal Wolverhampton Trust and has been a member of the Kinetic Control Team for a number of years.  Louise delivers the module: Identifying and Retraining Uncontrolled Movement in People with Amputations to therapists involved in the management of this group of patients.  The main objective of the course is to enable therapists to identify and retrain uncontrolled movements and relate this to disability (gait in particular), dysfunction and pain - click here for full course information and read Louise's KC biography here

On 4-5 March and 1 April 2017 Louise will be delivering the 'Identifying Uncontrolled Movement  in People With Amputations' module  at the Specialised Ability Centre Manchester, UK. Please visit our booking page to  enquire about attending this course  

Keywords: Kinetic Control