Welcome to our page for MSK-Practitioners/Physiotherapists.
Whether you’re a student or a fully qualified MSK practitioner, we believe there will be something of interest for you on this page (if there isn’t please tell us what you’d like to see here).
MSK practitioners play an important role in primary care and are increasingly involved in providing first contact care in General Practices and primary care hubs. The success of MSK practitioners working in primary care is heavily reliant on having the right framework in place for recruitment as well as for on-going training and support of professionals working in these settings.
OTH is working closely with Health Education Thames Valley to embed and support First Contract MSK practitioners in primary care. Find out more about here.
Versus Arthritis have created a number of tools and educational resources to support you at work, and help you develop your skills and confidence when treating MSK conditions. Please see information about courses and educational materials below.
· Book on one of their core skills workshops, if you do this by the end of October you will receive 20% off using the code BP2019.
Information for your patients
o Download patient exercise sheets
o Order patient information booklets free of charge
o Link your patients to services and support groups in their local area
Encourage your patients to call the helpline
Our calendar of education and training events pulls together all training and education sessions available to MSK practitioners in Oxfordshire and provides important information about the event and how to book your place.
If you identify an event that is missing please do email us to let us know, so that we can better support the provision of your CPD.
Physiotherapists can and do play an important role in primary care and just like any other role, the success of physiotherapists working in primary care is heavily reliant upon having the right framework of support wrapped around the recruitment and on-going support.
OTH is working closely with Health Education to embed and support physiotherapists in primary care. Find out more about here.