Recognising Red Flags:

Serious pathology masquerading as musculoskeletal conditions.

15th Febrauray 2019

Cairo- Egypt

4:15- 7:15 pm

3- Hour Master Class

By

  • Serious pathology can mimic musculoskeletal conditions and can respond to physical therapy which makes it challenging for clinicians to identify. Recognising serious pathology early is critical as this will aid better outcomes for patients.

  • Using a series of case studies and practical examination the master class will;

  • Examine which pathologies can mimic musculoskeletal conditions. 

  • Increase the awareness of non - musculoskeletal causes of pain.

  • Consider what questions will help to determine the cause of symptoms.

  • Review which tests or further investigations should be used to help in diagnosis.

About Laura

A highly skilled and professional physiotherapist with excellent clinical and managerial skills, who is responsible for the training and educational needs for Extended Scope Practitioners and whose clinical expertise allows the assessment and management of patients with highly complex needs, whilst providing efficient and effective patient services by facilitating evidence based practice through research and continuing professional development. As a member of the executive committee of the International federation of Musculoskeletal Physical Therapists (IFOMPT) influences the aim to promote excellence in clinical and academic practice worldwide.

 Who can attend:

Physiotherapists and medical doctors

 Fee:

National Registration

Congress Attendees: 600 LE

Attending only the masterclass: 800 LE

*Get 200 LE off for every extra courses that you want to attend

 

International Registration

Congress Attendees: 50 $

Attending only the masterclass: 80 $

*Get 10 $ off for every extra course that you want to attend

Complete your registration

 

Terms and Condition

 

  • For group registration please contact info@omtae.org

  • Registrations are confirmed only upon payment receipt.

  • Registration fee apply as per the date of payment.

 

Cancellation & Refunds

 

  • Fee are totally non-refuna​ble 

Methods of Payment

Payment of fees must accompany all registrations. No registration will be confirmed until payment is received. 

 

Online payment available.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bank Transfer

 

National Bank of Egypt

Account name: Prime training and educational consultancy

Account number: 1693070719957901011

Branch: PYRAMISA BRANCH

Swift code: NBEGEGCX169

 

A copy of the bank receipt or cash payment must be sent by e-mailed together with the completed online registration form to: info@omtae.org. Please note that bank transmission fees have to be paid by the transmitter.

 

 

Cash payment

To our office in Cairo

Tel: +201003204374/ +201282624202

 

 

 

Important Notes

 

  • Registrations not accompanied by appropriate payment as outlined above will not be honoured until full payment is received.

  • When names of participants are NOT stated on the bank transfer, your payment cannot be linked. Consequently, your payment will be unknown to the Administration Office. In this case send your full name along with the scanned receipt.

  • Currency exchange charges or bank collection fees are the responsibility of the registrant.

 

Confirmation of Registration for Participants

 

When your completed registration form plus payment is received by the Conference Secretariat you will receive a written confirmation of your registration by email. The confirmation will include a registration number which must be submitted at the registration desk when receiving the conference badge and documents.