The Sports Clinic's Kevin Fairfield is one of two primary teaching staff for the "Anatomy of the Trunk with Examination and Manipulation" at Queen's University on January 9, 2016. This one day hands on practical course strives to offer a balance between lecture based material, directed independent learning time and actually creating links between the anatomy of the trunk and its physical examination and manipulation through performance. This course targets industry health professionals, working to create connections between the anatomy laboratory and the clinical practice of Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
Registration for the January 9, 2016 course is limited to 25 students on a "first come, first serve" basis. Interested practitioners should contact Craig Harness at firstname.lastname@example.org (tel 905.449.2104).
The course is offered as part of the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Human Dissection Experience (CAM-HD Experience).
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