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ISORM offers an educational programme focusing on empowering the Primary Care Therapist to confidently assess and treat a patient presenting with an apparent soft tissue injury.

Orthopedist doctor in his office with patient and model of footCurrently the following courses are available:

ISORM Diploma in Orthopaedic and Rheumatological Medicine.

This is the basic course in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Soft Tissue Lesions offered by ISORM.

It consists of 2 practical sessions, each of 3.5 days, usually running from Wednesday to Saturday as well as required pre and inter-modular work and formal assessment at the end of the course or semester.
It is usually incorporated into the Post Graduate Diploma Course in Orthopaedic and Rheumatological Course at NUIG, taking up the first 3 modules of same. It may also be delivered as a stand-alone ISORM Diploma course.
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Post Graduate Diploma Course in Orthopaedic and Rheumatological Medicine / Masters in Medical Science at NUIG.

Participants must complete and pass the ISORM Diploma examination before progression on to the Post Graduate Diploma NUIG course. Participants who wish to take the Post Graduate programme, must register with NUIG on completion of the first 2 modules which are required for the Diploma course.
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