This is NOT just another back pain or exercise course. At it’s core, it’s about an active & patient focused approach to rehabilitation underpinned by the key to great rehab, clinical reasoning.
We do away with the over coaching and complication of many rehab approaches of the past and use the BPS model to open up exciting new possibilities to work with patients through both interaction (education & communication) to action (movement)
These things need to work TOGETHER to create a cohesive treatment rather than a bunch of random treatments thrown at the patient to see what sticks or a recipe-based approach that does not reflect modern practice & research.
Approach rehab from a truly biopsychosocial perspective. We do this specifically through the lens of back pain on this course but applies across many MSK issues.
Be prepared to discuss, move & maybe even have your biases challenged. This is not about a bunch of exercises that you could have just watched on YouTube, its understanding research better, improving communication, up skilling clinical reasoning & trimming away the unnecessary fluff. It goes way beyond just sets, reps & technique that often don’t apply well to treating people with pain anyway
It will provide you with a flexible clinical framework that can be adapted to all types of patients especially those suffering from back pain but with principles that can be adapted to all areas of the body & humans in general
This course has been taught in well over 30 countries around the world and to 100’s of clinicians.
15% Case study
— Learn how to break free from the outdated anatomy/pathology model of pain and injury
— Improve your competency in exercise & movement prescription & clinical reasoning across a BPS spectrum (not just sets/reps)
— Level up your critical thinking & learn to spot ‘good’ research quickly
— Get the latest research into back pain
— Find out if you making back pain worse!
— Learn what is specific back pain and non-specific back pain, and how to explain this tricky condition to patients
— Learn how specific with exercise/treatment we really need to be
— Practical exercise lab. How to create a “movement experience”
— Find out how much pain science knowledge you really need and how much to actually explain
— Learn why exercise for pain is not the same as exercise for fitness and why that matters to patients
— Is pain with exercise OK?
— Do we need to avoid pain or expose our patients to it?
— Take a dive into education for MSK problems, what it is & what it isn’t & how to do it
— Understand what a biopsychosocial approach really is and why many do it wrong
— Improve your exercise dosage knowledge and minimise flare ups
Saturday & Sunday, September 28-29, 2024
In-person at Practice Human: 28 W 27th St, Room 704, New York City
Details and registration coming soon.