Level-1: Intra-articular infiltration and Soft Tissue Injection Therapy
Level-2: Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy for Musculoskeletal (MSK) Pain Management
Our graduates offer NOW innovative PRP Injections in their clinics and make excellent additional income. Please check what our candidates are saying about our courses.
Infiltration and techniques details, General rules of infiltration, Working Mechanism, Steroid selection.
Indication, Contraindication, Side effects, Local anesthetic injections (introduction & indication)
Diagnosis Making Procedure
Surface marking, Physical Examination, Special test and practical application of infiltration to AC joint, Shoulder joint, Subacromial Bursa, Tennis Elbow, Golfers Elbow
Surface marking, Physical Examination, Special test and practical application of infiltration to De-quervain's Syndrome,, Trigger Thumb, Trigger Finger, Hip joint, Knee Joint, Ankle Joint, Planter Fasciitis, Retrocalcaneal Bursitis.
EBP behind injection therapy, Latest research associated with injection therapy,
Please note; according to the CSP website " Injection therapy for therapeutic purposes is within the scope of physiotherapy practice."
Injection therapy may be used to treat inflammation, pain, swelling in various joints.
Our Injection Therapy Course covers practical and theoretical part.
This module provides students with the opportunity to engage in interactive teaching and learning related to injection therapy from a variety of experts within this clinical area,
The module will provide practitioners with evidence relating to competence in the extended role of injection therapy,
1. What is Injection Therapy? What is a PRP Joint Injection?
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy uses injections of a concentration of so called platelets to stimulate the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints.
PRP injections are prepared by taking patient’s blood and running it through a centrifuge to concentrate the platelets. These activated platelets are then injected directly into injured or diseased area or joint.
PRP Injection Therapy and Joint Injections has been widely acclaimed as the latest and most advanced treatment for joint pain.
PRP Injections are widely used in the U.S.A.
It is evidence-based treatment which can help to reduce pain, inflammation and swelling in various joints.
2. Who is the course for?
Joint Injection Course is for physiotherapists, doctors, nurses, podiatrists and paramedics.
We also accept physiotherapy students and candidates who await HCPC registration.
Please note: A full and valid HCPC registration is required to obtain insurance cover.
There are very few PRP therapists in the UK at present. It is a perfect time to commence
the training and offer PRP.
3. How would it benefit me and my patients?
Our graduates offer joint injections in their clinic right from the first day after completing the course. They provide a revolutionary PRP methods and stand against competitors.
An average charge for a PRP Injection is £400 - £700.
Moreover, a unique “double spin method” which we teach can ease pain within few days from the treatment. You can also offer your patients this extremely beneficial treatment.
Please check our website with reviews from our patients who obtained PRP Injections from us and returned to their normal activities.
4. What is different about Monroe Medical’s Joint Injection Course and other courses?
As “The Best Medical Training Provider of the Year” we offer the most comprehensive courses in the country and beyond.
Our candidates are ready to start the training right from the first day of the completion.
We offer advice about insurance and equipment.
We are the only one company based in the UK which offers practical sessions, live demonstrations and practice on real patients.
Our tutors are the most experienced pioneers in injection therapy.
As a bonus we will add one hour workshop to offer advice about marketing, promotion etc.
This workshop will be provided by “The Best Physiotherapist in the UK” – Monika Milczarek.
With such a unique combination the success is inevitable for our candidates.
Can I practice injection therapy after the Injection Therapy course? Do I need to attend university course or it can be a course provided by an independent provider of Injection Therapy course?
Yes, you can.
“There is no legal requirement for health professionals to attend a specific training course and it is usually covered within professional standards that you must be adequately trained and have maintained competencies to inject without supervision”. (University of Central Lancashire, Information Booklet, 2019).
Our comprehensive Injection Course covers theoretical and practical elements in relation to Injection Therapy.
Please ring us to enquire about Injection Therapy Course or forward an email.
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Please find below a timetable and topics covered in our Injection Therapy Course.
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