Tel: 01509 215614

We are 5 minutes off Junction 23 M1

Wyverne House, 107 Ashby Road, Loughborough LE11 3AB


Continually improving professional standards...

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CPD100 Club

The CPD100 Club is a friendly group of Chartered Physiotherapists in the Midlands and Yorkshire Regions who come together to share Continuing Professional Development Opportunities run by EMPC. New members are always welcome. There is no membership fee.

Those who attend, are able to become an active part of choosing future programmes according to their personal CPD needs and requirements. This year's programme has been developed from a consensus amongst CPD objectives from last year's members. Many members have been attending meetings for many years now and this enables us to have an informal and friendly network 'feel' that facilitates supportive discussions around contemporary issues. Judith Pitt-Brooke, who leads these meetings, is also now a Member of Council of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), and current issues are brought to the attention of members for discussion and feedback to the CSP at these meetings.

If you are interested in attending any of the meetings as a new member, please don't hesitate to call us on 01509 215614.

Forthcoming Meetings

Next sessions Wednesday 7th October and Thursday 26th November 2015

Wednesday 7th October 7th 2015
1pm lunch 1.45 Start of Programme
From Good to Great - Physiothereapy WorksKaren Middleton Chief Executive, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
“Current concepts in pain management” – What’s new, what’s old hat etc. Are we de-medicalising or over-treating?Martin Hey, Chair of the Physiotherapy Pain Association
“Pain and pain medication” – Debunking myths, updates on opiate concerns, meds only a means to an end, not much use without rehab etc. Issues of concordance and usage, titration and combination therapy.Martin Hey, Chair of the Physiotherapy Pain Association
“Medico-legal aspects of chronic pain” – Are folks with long term conditions more litigious?, What do they seek legal redress for and why?, How can the risk be reduced?Martin Hey, Chair of the Physiotherapy Pain Association
Thursday 26th November 2015
1pm lunch 1.45 Start of Programme
Biomechanics and Orthotics for Physiotherapists – This session will review and refresh your knowledge of gait biomechanics and present the case for the use of different types of orthotic insoles in the management of common conditions seen by Physiotherapists. In particular, specific types of technical off the shelf insoles that can be prescribed by Physiotherapists will be introduced and their use explained.The session will be led by a team from Algeos, specialists in Podiatric supplies.

All meetings will be held at the Derbyshire Hotel at J28 M1 as the last couple of years.