Oryon Develop

Previously CPD Gateway, Oryon Develop offers convenient, affordable CPD courses for allied health professionals

 

About Us

Formerly CPD Gateway, Oryon Develop provides Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses for osteopaths, chiropractors, physiotherapists and other allied health professionals across the UK. We have a wealth of experience in delivering high-quality CPD programmes since 2010. 98% of our attendees would recommend our courses to their colleagues; come along to one to find out why!

Our values

Before we put on any event, we make sure that it is:

Professional

Our courses are delivered by experts, imparting their knowledge of the latest techniques and developments

Local

Courses are held in accessible locations, local to our members.

Affordable

With events starting from £39+VAT, our courses are great value for money.

Our Testimonials

The events are always really informative, the staff are very friendly and welcoming, there’s a good handout for you to follow and the consultants are always really interesting and up to date with new technologies.

The fact that you can book online and keep track of all the courses you’ve done is a really useful tool that you can go back to and check your CPD hours.

Our upcoming courses

Sport Injuries to the Knee: Beware the ACL

With Martin Goddard, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Mon 30th Sep 2019 | 19:00 - 21:00 | £39 | Surrey, Epsom

Essex Pain Symposium

With Brentwood Speakers, Consultants Of Various Specialities; General Practitioners

Sat 5th Oct 2019 | 09:30 - 16:30 | £119 | Brentwood, Essex

Blog posts

8 exercises to get you ready for rugby pre-season

Posted on Wed Sep 18, 2019

Are you ready for rugby pre-season training? (more…)

Swimming

Swimming: what are the risks?

Posted on Thu Sep 5, 2019

Swimming is a fantastic sport and exercise, both at elite and at recreational level. (more…)

Football and the ankle

6 common ankle injuries in football

Posted on Mon Aug 5, 2019

Mr Bal Dhinsa, Foot & Ankle Surgeon, examines 6 of the most common ankle injuries incurred whilst playing football.

(more…)

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