Title: Neuro and Intracranial Anatomy and Patholgy
Date: 23 January 2020
Course leader: Dr David Parry
About the course
The UCO have once again teamed up with world-renowned expert, Dr David Parry, to deliver a unique course designed to enforce and enhance knowledge of intracranial anatomy and selected pathology.
Suitable for all manual therapists, delegates will have the rare opportunity to learn in the King’s College dissecting room, where we will examine anatomy related to the subject. This will be followed by a visit to the Gordon Pathology museum, to explore real potted pathology, descriptions and case histories.
Osteopathic practice standards (updated) and other CPD elements covered
B) Knowledge, skills and performance - B1
- Refresh your knowledge of neurology and intracranial anatomy
- Gain an overview of pathologies affecting the above
- Relate the above in a pathological clinical context
09:00 - 09:30 Registration
09:30 - 12:00 Lecture at UCO that will lay the foundation for the rest of the day's learning
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 15:00 An afternoon visit to the dissection room to view and discuss normal anatomy on cadavers (Guy's hospital)
15:00 - 17:00 Time to examine potted real pathology discussing the presentation and case histories of each example at the Gordon museum of pathology (King's College London - Guy's campus)
This course is suitable for all manual therapists.
About the course leader
Dr. Parry is a medically qualified clinical anatomist and neuroscientist. He has over 20 years international experience of lecturing, examining and course development across a range of medical science disciplines, in a number of leading institutions. He is research active and committed to providing the best training available. Dr. Parry gained his medical and science degrees from King’s College London.
The UCO regrets that no refunds can be made for cancelled places unless a substitute participant can be found. The UCO cannot guarantee that any course will run. In the event of your course being cancelled, all paid fees and deposits will be refunded in full.