Shockwave Therapy in Spine & Upper Limb Conditions

Using shockwave to treat common conditions of the shoulder, elbow, writs, hand and neck

Course Details

Open to physiotherapists, osteopaths, podiatrists, sports therapists, chiropractors & GPs, this one-day course aims to train those with previous practical experience of shockwave therapy who would like to expand upon their ability to effectively treat common and chronic spine, shoulder and upper limb conditions.

The course will involve both radial and focused shockwave therapy as well as EMTT.

James covers shockwave for treating the most common indications such as frozen shoulder, chronic tendinopathies such as lateral and medial epicondylitis, and conditions such as carpel tunnel and Dupuytren’s contracture alongside many more. He will share case studies and his own recipes for treatment success.

The day is split between theory and practical sessions to ensure practical experience is gained with the device and to explore this revolutionary treatment that has helped clinics develop effective programs for their patients.

The course will begin at 9am and end at approximately 4pm and will be hosted in either our London, Birmingham or Liverpool training centres. There will be a break around midday for lunch, which is provided. Any dietary requirements will be requested after you book.

There will be time once the course ends to ask any specific questions about shockwave therapy or related topics.

Course taught by

james woledge icon

£275 per person

9am-4pm

Lunch provided

(£220 early bird)

Learning Outcomes:

  • History of shockwave therapy (mechanisms, indications and contraindications)

  • How current evidence is used to determine clinic protocols and how to apply them to your treatment sessions.

  • How to manage and treat common upper limb pathologies and how to integrate shockwave therapy into typical treatment protocols.

  • Gaining of hands-on experience from shockwave practicals and demos.

  • Patient selection.

2023 Course dates

27th May – London – James Woledge