Course Reminder: AIMS Approach for Cervical Disorders
* Limited seat available, please act fast
* Application deadline extended to 4th July
HKPU is honored to have Mr. Alex Wong Kam Wah, who is the founder of AIMS approach, to conduct a comprehensive workshop on the assessment and effective treatment for commonly encountered musculo-skeletal cervical disorders, such as acute wry neck, cervical headache or dizziness, first rib syndrome and cervical spondylosis.
AIMS approach is uniquely derived from modern acupuncture, Chinese medicine, Maitland, Bobath and Cranial Sacral Therapy. They are found highly effective for musculo-skeletal dysfunctions.
Continuous upgrade of knowledge and skills by learning from experts in the field is always a valuable asset for effective professional and service development. Seat is limited. Please act now!
Instructor: Mr. Alex Wong Kam Wah
Date: 17th July, 2019 (Wed)
Time: 7:00pm- 9:00pm
Venue: Physiotherapy Department, Tung Wah College
CPD for PT: 2 points
CPD code: PC1190001
Applicant requirement: Registered Physiotherapist
Course fee: HK$200 for HKPu members
HK$600 for non-HKPU member
Class size: 30, first come, first served basis
Deadline of application: 4th July 2019 (extended)
1. Brief introduction of AIMS approach
2. Assessment, problem identification and treatment methods on cervical conditions effective for acute wry neck, cervical headache or dizziness, first rib syndrome and cervical spondylosis.
Mr. Alex Wong Kam Wah obtained his Physiotherapy Registration in 1992 upon his graduation in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He had worked in various settings of the Hospital Authority and has successfully pursued the Professional Diploma in Acupuncture, BSc in Chinese Medicine, MSc in Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture) and is also a Registered Chinese Medical Practitioner. He’s now a private practitioner.
Based on his extensive clinical experience and integrated knowledge and skills, Mr. Wong has developed AIMS approach which is found effective in treating various musculo-skeletal conditions commonly encountered in physiotherapy.