Functional Therapeutic Movement by Ben Cormack
Save your spot for the course "Functional therapeutic movement" in January 2020.
Functional therapeutic movement is an engaging & practical course directly applicable to real world clinical practice. Its aims are to build confidence and competences for ALL health professionals in using exercise, activity and movement across the spectrum of clinical presentations with a focus on back and lower limb issues.
This is NOT JUST another course showing you some new exercises or zeroing on a single body part. Rather than just focusing on anatomy and pathology it is about better understanding and helping patients right across the biopsychosocial spectrum.
The FTM course focuses on integrating current science and evidence around pain and exercise within your current practice. This enables you to be authentic and genuine to your way of working without having to learn some new method or throwing out everything you have learned.
This course promises to be fun and cut through some the confusing information out there around treatment for a slimmed down, patient focused approach for those tired of over complicated technique and adjunct courses.
This course is applicable for anybody working with people with injury or pain. Physiotherapists, Sports therapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, S & C coaches, Personal trainers, Massage therapists.
Programme - day 1
Intro and key course concepts
How does exercise work for pain? How does this affect us Clinically?
When do you need to be specific with rehab?
What does ‘functional’ mean?
Selling exercise to your patients
Creating a clinical experience with movement (inc case study)
Subjective assessment – What do you really need to know from your patient
Communication is the key
Exercise as a balanced diet in rehab
Practical application of exercise to back pain
Programme - day 2
Recap of day one
What is the evidence around lower back pain?
What is non specific low back pain and how to communicate this
What do you need to know about pain?
What do you need to know about pain education?
Which exercise is best for back pain?
What do patients really need to know about back pain?
Back pain case studies
Painful exercise, yes or no?
Exercise dosing made simple
Improving exercise adherence. Evidence based strategies.
31. januar og 1. februar 2020
Selma Lagerløfs Vej 2
13. december 2019
Ved tilmelding via EAN, kontakt Janni Ørsnes Christensen på email@example.com.