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 Continuing Professional Development (CPD):


Like many other clinical healthcare practitioners, I am obliged to maintain and further my knowledge, skills and professional standards through additional courses, known as Continuing Professional Development. Full members of the ISRM are required to complete a set number of CPD hours per year in order to remain registered, while CNHC registration demands that certain standards of proficiency are kept up to date.


The following are a list of courses, seminars and professional meetings that I have completed:


- Running Technique Coach

  The Running School

  Chiswick, London

  (2nd-3rd August 2013)


- ITC Certificate in Outdoor First Aid

  (SCQF Level 5)

  React First

  Westway Climbing Centre, London

  (22nd-23rd July 2013)


A Functional Integrated Treatment

   Approach for the Lumbar Spine and Pelvis;

   with Carl Todd

   The Carl Todd Clinic, Corsham

   (22nd & 23rd September 2012)


- Coaching 2012:

  British Cycling Conference

  University of Birmingham

  (19th May 2012) 


- Anatomy Reviews covering common    

  injuries of the upper and lower body;

  with Mel Cash and Prof. D. Ceri Davies

  Imperial College London

  (7th March 2012)


- 'Fascia and Sport'

  One Day Anatomy and Dissection

  Imperial College London

  (19th December 2011)


- Head & Neck Dissection

   One Day Anatomy Session

   with Julian Baker

   Imperial College London

   (9th February 2011)


- 1st World Congress on Cycling Science

   Edinburgh Napier University

   (10-12 June 2010)


- ISRM Forum, Feb. 2010

   Regent's College London

  (7th February 2010)


- Taping & Strapping Workshop

   Pulse Training Solutions

   (22nd November 2009)


- Ultrasound Therapy Workshop

   Physique Management Company

   Brunel University

   (21st November 2009)


- 'Zen and the Science of Mechanotherapy'

   University of Kent at Medway

   (28th August 2009)

International Symposium focusing on various aspects of mechanotherapy, including injury prevention and rehabilitation.


- First Aid for Appointed Persons

   St. John Ambulance Hampshire

   (10th July 2009)


- Human Fascial Dissection

  Imperial College London

  (29th June 2009)


- Anatomy Review on Cadavers:

   Spine and Pelvis

   Imperial College London

   (3rd June 2009)


- Anatomy Review on Cadavers:

   Postural Support Muscles

   Imperial College London

   (20th May 2009)


- ISRM Autumn Forum

   Regents College London

   (28th September 2008)

Annual forum of the Institute of Sport & Remedial Massage. Program included plenary lectures on sports massage at the 2008 Olympics and Paralympics in Bejing and seminars on gait assessment and taping & strapping for sports injuries.






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Sport & Remedial Massage














Marc P. Kaiser PTS (Dip.), MISRM

Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist


42 Brickhill Way, Calvert Green

Buckinghamshire, MK18 2FS


Mobile: 07772 562 502

Email: marc@kaisersports.co.uk