This course is designed to provide the practitioner with the essential probe handling and image orientation skills required to begin learning to use ultrasound imaging in targeted intramuscular injection.
A home-based programme of practical instruction facilitated by provision of an ultrasound scanner to each student. The series of remotely delivered interactive video conference sessions with accompanying practice exercises has been specifically designed to build up probe handling and image orientation confidence in a progressive manner through repetition. To be conducted over a period of four weeks.
A sample programme is available here. Please note this is subject to change.
Really valuable and enjoyable course, excellent patient teaching and support from all the team.Mary Vincent
Specialist Neuro Physiotherapist
Senior Manager of Outpatient and Community Neuro Rehabilitation Services.
This was a fantastic course and delivered very effectively in an online setting. The Pod at home was a great opportunity to practise at leisure. I have learnt a great deal on the course and despite feeling confident with US guided injections there are certain aspects and learning points that I have taken from the course and will change my practise.Gareth Maguire
Advanced Neurology Physiotherapy Practitioner
This was an exceptionally good course. It was a true pleasure to be a part of it. I would like to thank everyone involved for their hard work and professionalism.Dr Benjamin Jelley
Consultant in General, Geriatric and Stroke Medicine
Chakri's knowledge and training style was excellent and facilitated learning. The whole course was well organised and enjoyable to do.Helen Wilkinson
I really enjoyed the course, far more than I expected. It was fantastic to start with the basic science to underpin the practice sessions - it all makes more sense now, and I feel a lot more confident to inject. The team were all really helpful, and I think went out of their way to problem solve technical issues etc. I will certainly recommend this course to colleagues.Susan White
Stroke Rehabilitation Consultant