Monroe Academy - an award winning medical training provider

PRP Joint Injection course

Level-1: Intra-articular infiltration and Soft Tissue Injection Therapy - 1 day 

Level-2: Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy for Musculoskeletal (MSK) Pain Management - 2 days 

 

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Monika Milczarek M.A B.Sc. MHCPC

An award-winning Clinician and Extended Scope Practitioner

An international author and highly reputable speaker.

Monika is a pioneer in PRP injections in the UK and Ireland. She also teaches Injection Therapy to healthcare professionals in the UK and Ireland.

Professor S.M. Kamal

MDMR MPH B.Sc PT

Professor Sohel is a pioneer in injection therapy, one of few Injection Therapy trainers globally, and an assistant professor at Dhaka University

Our graduates now offer innovative PRP Injections in their clinics and make excellent additional income. Please see what our candidates are saying about our courses. 

Surabh Gupta - the owner of chain of physiotherapy clinics PhysioWorks in Norfolk 

Leon Almashan - the owner of Richmond Clinics in London 

The only  course in the UK and Europe which offers practical sessions, live practice and clinical sessions

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 The Joint Injection PRP Course  for?

The 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 who offer PRP Joint Injections. It is a perfect time to commence the training and offer PRP in your clinic. 

 

3. How would the PRP Joint Course  benefit me and my patients?

 

Our graduates who complete PRP Joint Injection Training offer joint injections in their clinics right from the first day after completing the course. 

An average charge for a PRP Injection is £400 - £700.

Moreover, the unique “double spin method” which we teach can ease pain within few days from the treatment. You can offer your patients this extremely beneficial treatment.

Please visit  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 Injection Therapy  right from the first day of the completion of our Joint Injection Course. 

We offer advice about insurance and equipment.

We are the only  company based in the UK that  offers practical sessions, live demonstrations and practice on real patients.

Our tutors are the most experienced pioneers in injection therapy.

As a bonus we provide a  one hour workshop to offer advice about marketing and  promotion for your business.

These unique elements offered by us greatly increase the chances of success for our candidates.

5. What are the topics and modules involved in the Joint Injection Course?

Please click  here for a detailed course overview.

6. How long is the Joint Injection Course for? 

1 day

7. Where is the course being held?

 

Milton Keynes

 

8. What are the dates for the Joint Injection Course?

September 2022

9. What equipment do I need to practice PRP?

You will need PRP Kits, needles and syringes. These are not expensive. Centrifuge machines will cost you approx.£400.

All  details about equipment needed, will be provided on day one of The PRP Joint Injection Course. 

The investment required to start up are extremely low when compared with the fee you can charge for each PRP Injection.

10. Is there evidence that PRP works for joint pain?

Of course, please read the following articles relating to EBP.(Evidence Based Practice)

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34103406

 

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32533337

 

11. How do I enrol

Please forward an email via info@monromedical.co.uk for an application form.

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Joint Injection Course

Monroe Medical: “The first company that  teaches the unique and very effective "Double Spin" Method “

Joint Injection and PRP Training

 

We provide an innovative Joint Injection Course and PRP (Plasma)Training commencing in March in the UK. 

We are the first UK company which combines Injection Training and PRP Training.

 

Why PRP Injection Course?

 

1. 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. 

 

2. There are very few physiotherapists who can offer PRP joint injections in the UK.

 

3. The earning potential IS EXCELLENT. UK based physiotherapists charge between £400-£600 per treatment. Please note that approx. 3 treatments are required for maximum results. 

 

4. Very low investment is required to introduce PRP in your clinic.

The investment would require a cost-effective centrifuge machine. 

 

5. The course is provided by top class professionals and clinicians. Our Joint Course is an awarded training.

 

6. Live practical sessions will be provided. We are one of few UK based companies which permits candidates to acquire clinician training.

 

What will you learn?

On our PRP Joint Course you will lean the following:

 - how to administer steroid and hyaluronic acid injections

 - how to administer PRP injections

 - legal requirements for PRP injections

 - advice on how to market this treatment 

Why to enroll in 2022 to the Comprehensive PRP Injection Training with Monroe Medical? 

 - The only company in the UK which offers practical sessions and live practice on patients
 - Candidates are fully prepared to practice after completion of our Joint Injection Course from day one
  - Advice about equipment and insurance cover will be also provided
- Business advice relating to marketing and promotion of PRP

 

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Why PRP Course?

 

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy uses injections of a concentration of the patient's own platelets to accelerate

the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints.

PRP can also help with the following:

- reduction of pain

 - slows down the progression of osteoarthritis

- stimulates the formation of new cartilage

- increase the production of natural lubricating fluid in the joint

 - widely used in beauty industry 

 

In order to apply for this course you would need to be a qualified physiotherapist, nurse or medical practitioner. The course is also suitable for GP's, GP trainees. 

Please note - in order to practice injection therapy in the UK, you will need to hold valid insurance certificate.

To apply for PRP course, you will need to complete Injection course.

If you apply for two courses  a generous discount is available.

The majority of the candidate complete these two courses with Monroe Medical. 

Tutors:

 

Dr. S. M. Mustofa Kamal PT
B.Sc.PT (DU), MPH (BUHS), MDMR (Fellow- SST, BOU)
Experienced & extended scope practitioner  

Contact person – Monika Milczarek M.A B.Sc MHCPC

Consultant Physiotherapist and Clinical Educator 

This course is provided in association with Monroe Medical NI Ltd - an advanced provider of MSK and Neuro Training.

 

Monroe Medical is a decisive supporting mechanism in relation to Injection Workshop and Training Programmes. 

Why Monroe Medical and our Injection Therapy Course and PRP Course?

 - we offer hands on component in each of our training programmes. 

 - our courses are provided  by experienced physiotherapists and clinicians

 - upon completion you will obtain a continuous support  from registered physiotherapists in the UK 

How many  plasma injections do you need to offer my patients?

 

This would depend on the patient. Usually 3-5 injections every 4 weeks are required.

 

Will platelet-rich plasma injections hurt my patients?

 

In general PRP  injections are not painful.

Sometimes, physiotherapist will inject a local anesthetic into the skin to stop the PRP injection from hurting. All the above components will be covered in our Joint Course. 

For PRP injections, I would need to draw the blood to prepare PRP. I am not keen on taking blood.

What can I do? Is the joint injection course for me?

The simplest solution would be to hire a nurse who will take a blood sample for you.

In fact, it is recommended that a different practitioner takes blood and another one injects plasma. 

These techniques and tips will be shared in our Joint Injection course.

 

Does your Injection Course cover collagen injections?

Yes, we will cover collage and steroid injections, as well as  PRP Injections in our Injection Course.

 

I completed Joint Injection course in London. We had very little interaction with patients, We practiced injections on knee and hip injection models. 

Please tell me more about practical component in your Injection Course?

 

Our Injection course consist of two elements 

 - theoretical part 

 - practical elements 

 

Theoretical part is the most vital element in our Joint Injection course.

Candidates will have opportunity to practice on joint injections on patients. 

 

Why do other physiotherapist inject steroid instead of PRP?

Many clinicians offer PRP injections, as well as steroid treatment.

However, some of the clinicals specialise in PRP Therapy.

Physiotherapists should inform patients about PRP injection and steroid injections. If a patient centered approach is used, an informed decision can be certainly made. 

Successful Reviews 

Excellent Training. Greatly recommended. Usman Shakir Senior  Physiotherapists

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Booking Details:

To book or for any enquiries, please call our physiotherapists on 02896009064 or email info@monroemedical.co.uk

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