Recruitment of voluntary subjects
Our institute will hold a Professional Education Program of Osteopathy from 25 to 31 January 2018. In order to provide students with more practical opportunities and valuable knowledge. We invite volunteers for demonstration purpose. We welcome people with neck pain, back pain, shoulder girdle dysfunctions or other pain disorders to help us.
Time: around one hour
Address: 9/F, Lee May Building, 788-790 Nathan Road, Kowloon
Mr Christopher So, BAppSc, BDiv, GradDipManipTher, GradDipErgonomics, MA, MTheol
Mr Christopher So started his career as a physiotherapist in 1979 after graduated from the Lincoln Institute in Australia. He was one of the pioneer private practitioners in Hong Kong in the 80s and a renowned manipulative physiotherapist and ergonomist. He is now residing in Melbourne.
Mr. So will share with us his profound clinical experience in the management of Knee Pain, using a real patient to show us the clinical reasoning behind his management strategies. All are Welcome!
Institute of Holistic Healthcare
Friday 25 August 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Institute of Holistic Healthcare Education Centre
9/F Lee May Building, 788-790 Nathan Road, Mongkok, Kowloon. (MTR Prince Edward Stn Exit A)
Please download application form (Course Code: I-SEM-1708)
CPD: 2 points
新春健康講座 – 2017 新年快樂雙人伸展
在 5 天的工作後，放鬆你的身體和心靈的時候了。一起鍛煉是開心享受。體內的張力 可以通過拉伸快速和容易地釋放。它也有助於平靜的心。
It’s time to relax your body and mind after 5-day work. Doing exercise with your friends is so enjoying. Tension in the body can be released quicky and easily by stretching. It helps calm the mind too.
To educate physiotherapists, or other healthcare professionals if appropriate, to develop knowledge and skills in Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy (OMT) focusing on clinical reasoning, skill development and clinical application.
Upon completion of the Scheme, the student should be able to utilise the principles of orthopaedic manipulative therapy (manipulative physiotherapy) and to perform assessment and manipulation of the spine and peripheral joints safely and effectively, in the treatment of musculoskeletal problems.
The program will span over 8 months, with 15 hours of face to face teaching over 3 days (Friday evening, Saturday afternoon and Sunday whole day) every month. Students can have sufficient time between classes to consolidate their knowledge and skills. Students can take the Course over weekends without interfering with their full time work and to reduce the need of travelling and lodging for foreign students. There would be a total of 120 contact hours for the Program.
Instructor: Kerry Fung, BHSc, BCM, MSc, SBStJ
Commencement: 26 February 2016
Dates are tentative and is subject to change if situation demands. Students will be notified of any change at least one calendar month prior to the meetings.
26-28 February 2016
18-20 March 2016
22-24 April 2016
20-22 May 2016
17-19 June 2016
22-24 July 2016
26-28 August 2016
23-25 September 2016
The tuition fee for each module is HK$7,500.
the commencement of each module (every two months) in February, April, June and August.
A concession of 5% will be offered if fees are paid at least 4 weeks prior to the commencement of any module.
A concession of 5% will be offered to full time university students and new graduates (within 3 years of graduation from a full time university degree program). Documentary proof is required for this offer.
A Group discount will be given to students applying for the program and paying the fees together. A 5% discount will be offered if 2 or more students are paying the fee together. Students must pay together (on the same date or through the same payment) for each instalment to obtain this offer.
The above concessions and discount can be taken at the same time.
Early bird deadline for Module 1 is 29 January 2016