Applicants will normally: - Possess an honours degree of class (2:1) or above (awarded by a United Kingdom university) or equivalent - Candidates who posses Diplomas in a related field will be considered depending on their clinical experience - Should have a HPC registration or equivalent - Have a minimum of one year working professional experience in related areas - Most students are already working as full-time health care practitioners
Months of entry
This award is designed for clinical practitioners involved in therapeutic interventions based on biomechanics. Diabetes affects the musculoskeletal system and in order to effectively treat a patient suffering from all types of diabetes it is necessary to understand the mechanics and pathomechanics of the muskulo-skeletal system as well as the mechanics behind the condition that they are treating. This requires a good knowledge of the principles of clinical biomechanics, the effects of diabetes and its relationship to pathomechanics. This award draws heavily on clinical experts using specialist lecturers managed by a small team of module co-ordinators.
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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