Webinar Paul De Buck - Compression neuropathy in the forearm: diagnosis and treatment guideline
by Paul De Buck, MT and European certified Hand therapist
Peripheral compression neuropathies (PCN) are common but frequently missed in diagnostics or attributed to a local problem. As a manual therapist, we are in the ideal position to approach PCN from a broader perspective. During this lecture different PCN of the forearm will be forearm will be discussed with some specific provocation tests and guidelines for treatment.
After this presentation you will be able to make a better differentiation between a proximal, distal or multitissue PCN. In addition, you will have renewed knowledge for treatment on a structural and functional level. These insights are based on the most recent literature.
Knowledge in diagnostic tests per nerve
Knowledge of a broader framework of thinking in peripheral compression neuropathy
Tools to treat in a more differentiated way
Paul De Buck is a European Certified Hand Therapist (ECHT) and MSc. Manual Therapy (VUB). He has been working at the REVAKI department since 2008 as a practice assistant and responsible for the lessons on hand rehabilitation. In addition, he also works as a hand therapist in the Hand and Wrist Centre Terneuzen and is the secretary
of the European Federation of Societies for Hand Therapy (EFSHT). From his passion for hands, he dedicates himself actually to the organisation of in-service training days concerning this topic within ACREHAB (UGent) and supports the Belgian Hand Therapists (BHT), the Belgian professional association for Hand Therapy.
Accreditation (Pro-Q-Kine): 4 punten
Free for members of ABSG MATHERA and students in a post-graduate program Manual Therapy (recognised formation)
35€ for all others (an invoice will be send to you soon after your registration)
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