Joint Injection Course Overview
This course is aimed at healthcare professionals who encounter musculoskeletal problems in their day-to-day work and who would like to learn, or refresh their training on corticosteroid joint injections. This highly practical course will give you the confidence to start carrying out these procedures from the moment you complete this course.
At only £125, we are the cheapest joint injection course on the market.
Learn how to differentiate between a range of musculoskeletal complaints and decide which would be amenable to corticosteroid joint injections
Learn how to use bony landmarks to correctly introduce the needle into the joint, with teaching on which anatomical structures to be careful of
Delivered by Orthopaedic Surgeons and Extended Scope Physiotherapists in an engaging, fun and interactive way, with focus on evidence-based medicine
Suitable for all skill levels
If you are a beginner, this course will equip you with the skills to practice joint injections safely and confidently. If you already practice joint injections, this course will provide you with a fantastic hands-on refresher for CPD.
This joint injection course is designed for GPs, GP Trainees, Nurse Practitioners, Hospital Doctors, and all other healthcare professionals looking to expand the scope of their practice.
Saturday 19 November 2022
One-day joint injection course on Saturday 19th November 2022, running from 09.00 - 16.45 at Leicester Marriott Hotel, Grove Park, Smith Way, Leicester LE19 1SW.
Sunday 20 November 2022
One-day joint injection course on Sunday 20th November 2022, running from 09.00 - 16.45 at Leicester Marriott Hotel, Grove Park, Smith Way, Leicester LE19 1SW.
Patellar pouch, tibiofemoral joint space, iliotibial band bursa, pes anserine bursa
Subacromial bursa, acromioclavicular joint, glenohumeral joint space, biciptal groove
Medial epicondyle, lateral epicondyle, radiocapitellar joint, olecranon bursa
Foot and ankle
Tibiotalar joint, first interphalangeal joint, plantar fascia, Morton's neuroma
Wrist and hand
Trigger finger, carpal tunnel, first metacarpophalangeal joint, DeQuervain's area, radioulnar joint, carpal joint