Oswestry January 18th - 1 day
The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust,
What’s the best exercise? Will my patients enjoy or even do it? What if I underload, overload or even make them worse? What does the evidence say I should do? How do I communicate this with my patients?
Couple this with many of the current concepts in exercise & fitness simply not applying well to people in pain and this can be frustrating for therapists and patients alike. .
The amount of information out there on this subject can be overwhelming, confusing and time consuming to process and we need to learn how to cut through the noise quickly to get to what really matters to help our patients.
Functional therapeutic movement enables you to navigate this uncertain environment by guiding you in making sense of the evidence around exercise and its application, in a way that will practically apply to your patients in clinic straight away.
This can help discard unhelpful, outdated & often detrimental perspectives around movement that are often pervasive, amongst therapists and clinicians, and enable a streamlined, flexible and evidence based approach that is in line with the latest pain and rehabilitation research.
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 issues.
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.
- Use a flexible, adaptable and simple to implement clinical framework to help navigate the uncertainty of clinical practice from patients with persistent pain to elite athletes.
- A look at pain and exercise through a truly biopsychosocial lens.
- Take the complication and rigidity out of exercise prescription – Make it fun andengaging for YOU and your patient. Forget a physio tools or photocopiedexercise sheet approach.
- Take the mystery out of exercise prescription- when do you need to be specific?And when less so? Learn a comprehensive view of exercise that is more thanjust sets and reps.
- How to sell your patients on exercise – A key factor in rehab success
- Learn what you need to know about the psychology of pain and exercise withoutneeding to become a psychologist.
- Learn about pain and how to talk about it without needing to be a neuroscientist.More patient focus and less biology!
- Concise and practical reviews of the latest research into pain and exercise tosave you time and energy! Perfect for the busy clinician who doesn’t have thetime to wade through every piece of new information coming out.
- How to improve your subjective assessment. How to get all the information and‘find the hook’ that guides patient beliefs, emotions and commitment to rehab.
- Latest evidence and best practice guidelines for treating low back pain