About this course
We are very excited to announce that due to increasing demand within the MSK ultrasound community for supervised feedback and tutoring,we will be offering dedicated small group mentoring days in central London. These study days are limited to only 6 delegates.
Study days will focus on either the upper or lower limb and the primary structures that can be evaluated with ultrasound. Paper case studies will be utilised to simulate clinical scenarios.
The course takes place at St Leonards Hospital, Nuttall Street, Shoreditch, London N1 5LZ View Location Maps
This course will serve as excellent preparation if you are working towards an MSK Ultrasound PG Cert/CASE course examination, or have been using ultrasound following a basic course and are looking for close feedback on probe skills, image generation and reporting.
Small group working in pairs throughout the day, with high quality ultrasound systems and dedicated models.
Pathology case study images and videos will be discussed and introduced at points throughout the day to further enhance your learning experience.
Ideally suited for:
Clinicians already using ultrasound and looking for feedback on skills, or to develop specific areas.
If a complete beginner, please consider our Introductory MSK Ultrasound course HERE
|17th February 2018 (Upper Limb) - MSK ultrasound mentoring|
Out of stock
|1st September 2018 (Lower limb) - MSK ultrasound mentoring|
6 in stock
|27th October 2018 (Upper limb) - MSK ultrasound mentoring|
6 in stock
Your Course Tutors
Mr Stuart Wildman
MSc, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, HCPC, MCSP, PG Cert/CASE accredited Musculoskeletal Sonography, PG Dip injection therapy
Stuart is an Extended Scope Physiotherapist and MSK Sonographer working in the NHS in London. He has an interesting working week, dividing his time between Radiology and Physiotherapy, here he performs both diagnostic and guided interventions in both. He qualified from the University of Southampton in 2003 with a BSc Physiotherapy, and went on to gain an MSc in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at The University of Hertfordshire and a PG Cert in MSK Sonography at Canterbury and Christ Church University.
St Leonards Hospital, Nuttall Street, Shoreditch, London , N1 5LZ
Continuing your learning after the course
Worried about a lack of support following a course? We can help!…by founder and Director Stuart Wildman…
“Learning musculoskeletal ultrasound is a challenge. The image quality that is created is very user dependent so continuous professional development and practice after our weekend course is essential. We have an exciting solution to offer you support. No more feeling exposed and open to criticism of your content on social media channels such as Twitter or Facebook., or worrying about who can see it such as members of the public.”
”We have collaborated with MedShr, a secure platform for verified professionals from all over the world – available on iOS, Android and via the web. We have built a specific group for our course delegates to share their cases and questions as they learn. This is not an open group, but a private group just for course delegates (all verified medical professionals) – so you will only be sharing content with your colleagues who you met on the recent course!”
”And the best bit about this…IT IS COMPLETELY FREE! Any questions or difficulties with signing up, then get in touch with me via email [email protected] or call 0203 3629430. Just click the link below to get started”.
Founder & Director
What our attendees say
“The mentoring day was well organised by Stuart. He’d obviously put in a lot of work into it. The small group made the work flow really well without any waiting around time before you had attention and help with your scanning technique. For me, improving my ability in the visualisation of the ankle ligaments on their own was well worth attending the course. The mentoring days are good if you’re already scanning and want to either refresh your abilities or just are in need of some feedback on your scanning technique..”Farid Moshtael
‘Thanks so much Stuart for Saturday. It was amazing. You made it look so easy. You helped me a lot to go through my problem areas.The day was well organised; we got a lot of feedback. The section on pathology was great as it was closely linked to the practicals that we were doing. Thanks for the article on the flexor tendons. Please count me in for the January mentoring day on the lower limb.”Senzi Nkala