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24th Jan 2013
International Framework for Examination of the Cervical Region for potential of Cervical Arterial Dysfunction prior to Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Intervention.
This consensus document presents a clinical reasoning framework for best practice developed by an international collaboration of the Standards Committee of the International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT) and international subject matter experts.
This framework was informed by the consensus forum at the IFOMPT International Conference in Rotterdam (June 2008) where nominated experts from each Member Organisation of IFOMPT were invited to participate. Prior to this forum, the issues central to this document were explored through oral presentations and discussion at the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) International Congress (June 2007, Vancouver) and in Rotterdam. Drafts of the document have been developed since 2008 through an iterative consultative process with experts and Member Organisations.
This document has been developed as a resource to educate members of the Member Organisations of IFOMPT, physical therapists internationally, and through physical therapists, the public. The framework has subsequently been agreed on by all Member Organisations of IFOMPT. It has been a challenging process to produce an international agreed document, emphasising the need for Member Organisations of IFOMPT to operationalise the framework in line with their national legislation / practice
Two MACP members were intrumental in the initiation and development of this documentation, Dr Ali Rushton FMACP, Chair of the IFOMPT Standards Committee and Roger Kerry FMACP. Our grateful thanks go to them for their efforts in producing this extremely helpful guidance.
Key principles of the international framework
Dr Chris McCarthy PhD, FCSP, FMACP
COPA Practice Growth 2013
21st Jan 2013
Members may be interested in this exhibition........................
COPA Practice Growth 2013, 6th-7th June 2013, ExCel, London - click here for website
We are delighted to introduce COPA Practice Growth 2013, a new national trade exhibition to assist therapists like you who want to grow their practices and develop their professional knowledge. It takes place on 6th & 7th June at ExCeL, London and is free to attend. Register for tickets here!
You'll be able to network with 3,000 fellow professionals under one roof, hear from rehab industry experts and receive top business tips as well as the likes of Doug Richard, former star of the BBC's Dragons' Den. Whether you want to find out more about increasing your referrals, progressing your professional development, the latest booking systems, or turning twitter followers into patients, COPA Practice Growth 2013 is not to be missed. We have some exciting plans for our exhibition stand, so we hope you will attend and come and say hello!
The event will be packed with more than 80 free seminars, workshops, expert speakers, live demonstrations, master classes and panel debates. The show is primarily open to Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, and Acupuncturists but anybody with a practice will benefit from a visit to the event.
Book your free place now and please do forward this email to any of your friends who may be interested to know about this free event. The guys behind the show are working really hard to make this show of great value to the therapy professions, so please do support them by attending!
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