Current Trends in Management of Spinal Disorders
Each year I give a series of educational lectures at venues across the country covering a wide range of topics related to the treatment of back and neck conditions. These free educational lectures are open to any health care professional.Full day events there will be a charge.
Evening events generally start with dinner and drinks, followed by the presentation. The evenings finish at 9pm.
If you would like to register, require any further information about these talks, or would like to receive an invitation please contact Amy Grimston on email@example.com
To view Mr Manoj Krishna’s Desktop Guide to the diagnosis and treatment for back and neck pain click below
Manoj Krishna Desktop Guide
I am also happy to visit your Practice at a time to suit you – be it a breakfast meeting or lunchtime event – to give talks on areas of specific interest to you and your colleagues.
All CPD events in September and October have been cancelled.
CPD certificates are available for each event. Please read below for our upcoming events:
|6th November||6.30pm – 9.00pm Buffet and Lecture (with CPD)||Blackwell Grange Hotel, Darlignton, DL3 8QH||Spinal Surgery – from a Surgeons perspective- SAWBONES|
|22nd November||09.30am – 04.00pm lunch and Lecture (with CPD||Bewleys Hotel Manchester Airport, Outwood Lane, Manchester Airport, M90 4HL||Spine in sport, Spinal rehab, Interesting cases, Referral guidelines, Reading M.R.I scans and clinic correlation, Diagnostic pitfall in the spine [red flags] – £50.00 pp|
Previous Delegate Comments
“Very informative – good website to use also”
“Very good informative session – it has increased my knowledge greatly”
“Excellent presentation very informative and lots of advice to pass on to patients”
“Great! It is good to see a different pretensions prospective of lower back pain and how surgeons and physios can work together”
“Thank you for a very balanced, informative and up-to-date seminar about a topic we see daily in our clinics”
“Great use of case studies and patient stories”
“Extremely informative and valuable. Especially the interpretation of MRI scans”