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Anatomy of Acupuncture

Event Date(s): 23rd November 2019

Tutor(s): Mr Jon Hobbs

Price: £199 - £229

Location: Keele University (Keele Anatomy & Surgical Training Centre), School of Medicine, Keele University, Keele, Staffordshire, ST5 5BG

Closing Date: 18th November 2018 -- You will be unable to book after this date!

Hosted by the world class Keele Anatomy and Surgical Training Centre (Keele University School of Medicine) this course utilises a combination of state of the art 3D software and presentations combined with practical needling scenarios with hands-on interaction with genuine cadavers and anatomical models to facilitate a multifaceted learning experience.

Lead by Luke Welsh (Teaching Fellow in Anatomy) and Jon Hobbs (AACP accredited tutor) this course is designed for Chartered Physiotherapists who wish to expand their theoretical knowledge and practical understanding of human anatomy in relation to the clinical application of acupuncture.

The cost of this course is £229.00 for Non-AACP Members and Non-HePAG Members. A discounted cost of £199.00 is available to all HePAG members via a discount code. To get this discount code or for further information, please call the office on 01733 646888.

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See what previous delegates have said about this course:

I attended the "Anatomy for Acupuncture with 3D software� at Keele University Anatomy Department. The lecturers were very knowledgeable and there was lots of practical time with the cadaverous material and needles, well worth the cost and the travel time - I would thoroughly recommend this course and all physios would benefit from an update of real anatomy.

-Damaris Eliot

I would just like to say what a brilliant course I went on on Saturday, the Anatomy for Acupuncture at Keele university with John Hobbs and Luke from the anatomy department. It was one of the most useful courses I have been on for a long time and, although a more expensive, was definitely worth it. Should definitely be run again. To be able to see the human anatomy on cadavers and look at key points related to it was brilliant. Thank you

-Helen Nash

The course was fantastic, great tutors, so interesting again (after 30 years!) and of course with all that clinical experience, it was a great reminder of the wonders of anatomy! I'd highly recommend it to all. Thank you to Jon and Luke for a superb day.

-Sarah Babbs