The Joint Injection Course

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Who Should Attend The Joint Injection Course? 

This one day Joint Injection Course is aimed at practitioners working with musculoskeletal patients who would like to improve their assessment, diagnosis and management skills of musculoskeletal conditions, including the role of, theory behind and practical use of corticosteroid joint and tissue injections.

This is a highly practical course, and consists of a series of short and punchy lectures in the morning, following by hands on demonstrations and supervised practice for the rest of the day.

The Joint Injection Course is designed for GPs, Hospital Doctors, Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Paramedics and other primary care professionals, but is also suitable for any healthcare professional looking to expand the range of treatments they offer.

The aim of the course is to enable delegates to be able to use the skills they gain immediately within their practice.

All Allied Health Professionals should confirm the education requirements with their Professional Body prior to the practice of injection therapy. Many professions will require a post graduate diploma in injection therapy, which this course will not provide. For AHPs, it will serve as an excellent introduction or as a CPD refresher for these treatments.

What Does the Joint Injection Course Cover?

Principles of Soft Tissue Injuries

  • Stress Strain Curve
  • History Taking
  • Examination
  • Grading of strains
  • Principles of management

Principles of Corticosteroid Injection Therapy

  • Workload
  • Effects of drugs
  • Appropriate Drugs
  • Evidence

Practicing Corticosteroid Injection Therapy

  • Indications
  • Contraindications
  • Precautions
  • Warnings & Side Effects
  • Procedure

Elbow, Wrist & Hand

  • Clinical examination of the elbow, wrist and hand
  • Distinguishing between various conditions
  • Treatment options
  • Tennis Elbow Injection
  • Golfers Elbow Injection
  • Trigger Finger Injection
  • De Quervains Injection
  • First Metacarpal Joint Injection
  • Carpel Tunnel Injections

Lower Limb

  • Clinical Examination of Hip & Knee
  • Distinguishing between various conditions
  • Treatment Options
  • Knee Condition Injections
  • Trochanteric Bursa Injection
  • Treatment of Greater Tuberosity Pain Syndrome
  • Plantar Fasciitis treatment


  • Clinical Examination
  • Distinguishing between various conditions
  • Treatment Options
  • Subacromial Space Injection
  • Acromioclavicular Joint Injection
  • Glenohumeral Injection

Who Choose This Joint Injection Course?

Over the years our Joint Injection Course has been developed and refined by a multidisciplinary team, including expert GPs, Orthopaedic Surgeons, and Extended Scope Physiotherapists. Our understanding around benefits and risks of Joint Injections are constantly evolving, and we ensure this course stays up to date with the latest research and evidence. Throughout these updates we’ve kept this highly acclaimed course fun, friendly and informative.

We have over six years’ experience of running our Joint Injection Course in the UK and abroad for internationally recognised bodies, including the Royal Society of Medicine, the Royal College of General Practitioners, the Royal College of Nursing and many CCGs.

The Joint Injection Course is endorsed by our partner and the largest Primary Care educator in the UK, NB Medical Education, who share our passion for equipping healthcare professionals with the latest skills, knowledge and techniques.