Oxford ACPIN works to provide high quality education and networking events to members across Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire, to promote the best care for neurologically impaired patients. We aim to present up-to-date, interesting, and relevant topics in many areas of neuro-physiotherapy, and encourage participation from other professional groups to ensure a holistic approach. We welcome people from all professionals and levels of expertise or knowledge. We strive to provide opportunities for networking and creating stronger links between local services to promote collaboration and seamless transitions for patients. Through our links with National ACPIN and the CSP, we take feedback from members to best advocate for physiotherapists and patients.
- Update on Early Intervention for Parkinson’s Disease by Lesley Hoare
- Use of Botulinum Toxin in the Physiotherapy Management of Spasticity by Natalie Wallace
- Stroke – The Doctor as a Patient by Professor Udo Kischka
- How to Manage the Higher Level Upper Limb from a Musculoskeletal Perspective by Clare Scott-Dempster
|Part 1: Neurologic Music Therapy: an introduction to techniques, joint-working and integrating music into practice – for recording click here|
|Congenital Myasthenic Syndrome with Hayley Ramjattan, Clinical Specialist Neuromuscular Physiotherapist – for slides click here|
We always welcome new ideas for speakers, topics and locations – please get in touch if you have learning to share or would like to host an event.
Vice Chair and member for Council
Education and Research Development Officer
Publicity and Communications Officer
CPD Activities Officer
Regional Affairs Officer
|Other committee members||Carly Elphick|
To contact Oxford email: click here