PRACTICAL TOOLS TO IMPLEMENT MODERN PAIN SCIENCE AND MOVEMENT RESEARCH INTO CLINICAL PRACTICE USING A MOVEMENT BASED APPROACH

  • Do you know that being able to effectively use MOVEMENT & EXERCISE are key clinical skills?
  • Want to integrate this with an understanding of pain science and how this profoundly affects the performance of movement and exercise?
  • Are you a therapist who wants to build your confidence or gain new skills in this area?
  • 2 days that will provide easy to apply science and evidence based tools    

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Functional Therapeutic Movement: Assessment and Rehab

Introduction, Lower limb and LBP strategies.

This is NOT JUST another course telling you movement is important or showing you some new exercises but a course about PEOPLE and how to actually apply movement and exercise to them in a systematic and informed way. You could describe it as clinical reasoning for exercise and rehab!

Many therapists struggle taking modern academia around pain and movement and translate it into practical application. This course will outline how to simply apply both physical & cognitively driven components for a therapeutic approach based around HUMANS rather than simply their structures. Functional Therapeutic Movement is a course designed to truly encompass a top down (cognitive) and a bottom up (physical movement) based approach to therapy.

For the first time, in addition to the lower limb, we are also including a look at Lower Back Pain movement and exercise strategies based on the best current evidence AND the person in front of you!

Using modern models of pain and movement science and research, learn how to positively frame individual movement assessment (based around relevant tasks), exercise prescription and improve your patients self management for improved compliance and consistent with a modern multifactorial understanding of pain and rehab.

Learn how to create rehab programs incorporating important factors such as:

  • Fun
  • Relevance (both physically and mentally)
  • Individualised
  • Positively framed
  • Personalised dosage and adherence strategies

These elements can often be missing from rehab programs and a potential reason why many fail.

Group learning tasks, interactive case studies and practical movement aspects will provide a unique learning experience rather than a traditional classroom environment.

"I attended the cor-kinetic Functional Therapeutic Assessment course in Feb this year. I was struck by Ben's breadth and depth of knowledge and his ability to reason his approach based on evidence. The approach is very straight-forward and, to me, intuitive. I highly recommend this course for all therapists looking for a new practical tool to fill the gaps in conventional treatments and expose many of the fallacies that exist in common practice. This is likely to make you question many of the things you do in the clinic every day." - Terry Donahue Physio

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"An excellent couple of days opening doors in to the world of modern pain science and integrating movement. The workshop was very well structured and made a huge impact on my current thinking. The content is delivered in a simple effective way so that you have tools to go away and implement the next day. I'm looking forward to part 2!" Chris Kitson -  Osteopath

If you want to know a bit more here is some video content to check out!

 

Here is a recent presentation from the world renowned San Diego pain summit

Learning objectives

  • Learn modern theories of pain and movement, how they affect each other & what to do about it
  • A simplified movement assessment process based around the individual
  • Comprehensive rehab program design
  • Appreciating impact of context, expectation and relevant goal setting
  • Key factors to improving exercise adherence
  • How to positively frame exercise and movement as a treatment strategy
  • Clinical reasoning for therapeutic dosing parameters of exercise
  • Practical tips for applying pain science information and education
  • Create comprehensive rehab programs for lower limb and LBP progressing from a patients sensitive (early) to robust (late) stage
  • How to Manipulate modern exercise variables such as loads, speed, ROM, position & duration to achieve lasting physiological and CNS adaptations.

This will include

  • Learning how to correctly 'dose' or 'grade' movement according to the current state of your patients nervous system and then progressively load for increased resilience and confidence.
  • Understanding the difference between a therapeutic movement approach and traditional gym or corrective exercises.
  • A totally new approach to assessing, treating and rehabbing the lower limb and lower back with ready to use skills on Monday morning.
  • and how your treatment approach interacts with it for enhanced outcomes.
  • Learning the research, science & evidence behind why clinical testing, manual therapy, posture, biomechanics & corrective exercise sometimes work and sometimes don't!
  • Understanding more about modern pain science and its relationship with movement and your current practice.
  •  Understanding & use the concepts of variability, variety, novelty & capacity instead of a 'corrective' exercise approach.
  • Seeing the importance of neuroplasticity (habit) in both pain and movement for long lasting rehabilitation effects.
  • Using movement that actually matters to your patients! Build on relevant and meaningful pain free movement to 'reframe' it to the CNS.
  • Appreciating pains affect on the motor and sensory system and how to use graded and progressive movement to reverse it.
  • How to educate patients simply about the science of their pain 
  • Appreciating the multi-factorial nature of pain and injury from tissue homeostasis to stress and lifestyle loads and the sensitised nervous system.

Day 1

9.30am – Intro and key course concepts
10-10.45am – A constraints based approach to movement and a movement masterclass on current movement concepts
10.45 Break
11am – A modern approach to pain – Pain science
11.45am – How does pain affect movement – Research review
12.30pm –Lunch
1.30pm – Overview of current best practice and multi factorial nature of LBP
2pm – Evidence review of current exercise treatments for LBP
2.30pm – Evidence review of movement habits of LBP patients
3pm – Practical class - rehab for LBP
4pm – Designing effective rehab programs for LBP
5pm – Finish

Day 2
9.30am – Lower back case studies
10.30am – Beliefs and expectations – How do they affect treatment?
11am – break
11.15am – Effective goal setting
11.45am – Barriers to adherence for home exercise programs
12.30am – Lunch
1.30pm – Evidence based ankle and knee practical rehab
3pm – Designing effective ankle and knee rehab programs
4pm – Ankle and knee case studies
5pm - Close

'In house' CPD options

We also offer tailored 'in house' CPD ranging from shorter 'in service' lectures to two day workshops. This can be arranged on a 'fixed fee' basis reducing per head costs for your team. Please contact ben@cor-kinetic.com to discuss.

Next dates

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2017

7-13th February - San Diego pain summit

Feb 7th - One day workshop

Feb 10/11th - Confirmed speaker

2/3rd March -  Oslo, Norway

 

March 17/18th - Randers, Denmark

 

 

April 27-29th  - Buenos Aries, Argentina

 

May 13/14th - London

Premier Fitness Club. 46 Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park
London, N4 3JP

June 9-11 - Paris, France.

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September 7-9th Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

*BOOK HERE*

September 30th/October 1st Brescia, Italy 




October 21/22nd. Newcastle UK

The lightbox. Quorum Business Park, Benton Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE12 8EU




November 4/5th  - London UK


LE BEAU VELO

Ground Floor 2-8 Scrutton Street
London
EC2A 4RT



Porto, Portugal - 2/3 December

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Taiwan - 9/10th December

2018 (provisional)

 

Jan 20/21nd - Birmingham Uk

Movement Therapy Clinics, 24 Earls Court rd, Harborne

Birmingham, B17 9AH



Feb 3/4th - Phoenix. Arizona. USA

One Accord Physical Therapy

2020 N. Central Ave. Suite L100

Phoenix, AZ  85004

Early bird price $450 (Uk equivalent)




Feb 17/18th - Moscow. Russia

March - 5-7. Tel Aviv. Israel.

March - 24/25th. Dublin. Ireland

Fitzgerald hotel

NEWLAND'S CROSS, EXIT 1A NAAS ROAD, DUBLIN 22.




April 14/15th. New York. USA

Success personal training
62 East, 88th Street Lower Level.
New York, New York, 10128

Early bird price = $450




April 28/29th. London. UK.

May 19/20th. Chicago. USA

Entropy Physiotherapy & Wellness
1925 N. Clybourn Ave. Suite 302
Chicago, IL 60616

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May 26/27th. British Colombia. Canada.

June 8/9th. Ghent. Belgium.

June - Paris. France

August 18/19th Helsinki. Finland.

September 7-9th. Dijon. France

October - Buenos Aries. Argentina

October - Santiago. Chile.

 

Cancellation policy 

 

Therapeutic movement for lower back pain - video

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"I enjoyed Part 1 so much ...it is so refreshing to have substance and substance that matters and works when we are standing there in front of the patient. There is an awful lot of c..p out there which maybe suits a small percentage of the willing compliant population but not all.
I think I have been able to use different components for most of my patients ..... I love the capacity diagram, variability etc etc and the patients get it.....A DAWNING comes across their face.
 When you asked at the end if anyone had any questions ....they don't because they get it and they have been bombarded with so much info and just want to get using it" Sarah Walker - Physio

A very interesting and new way to think about the body and human movement. Refreshing information. Good explanations and thorough background theory, breakdown of content and rationale behind each assessment and framework of practice”  Jen Pederick - Physio

“It creates a clear link between modern pain science and clinical practice, which I think is lacking in other courses” Sally – Physio

"I attended the cor-kinetic Functional Therapeutic Assessment course in Feb this year. I was struck by Ben's breadth and depth of knowledge and his ability to reason his approach based on evidence. The approach is very straight-forward and, to me, intuitive. I highly recommend this course for all therapists looking for a new practical tool to fill the gaps in conventional treatments and expose many of the fallacies that exist in common practice. This is likely to make you question many of the things you do in the clinic every day." - Terry Donahue Physio

"An excellent couple of days opening doors in to the world of modern pain science and integrating movement. The workshop was very well structured and made a huge impact on my current thinking. The content is delivered in a simple effective way so that you have tools to go away and implement the next day. I'm looking forward to part 2!" Chris Kitson -  Osteopath

"Sussex County Cricket Club were thrilled to host Cor-Kinetic's Movement Assessment course. The course provided an insightful and alternative approach to functional movement, challenging traditional practices and creating new options in the assessment and management of movement" - Paul Khoury Head of Science & Medicine Sussex County Cricket Club

 

Testimonials

"A practical orientated course which can be immediately applied to clinical practice. Knowledgeably presented in a thought provoking manner which challenges some traditional approaches to exercise rehabilitation. Highly recommended!" - Jeremy Symes. Senior Physiotherapist MSK

"Feels like the missing links of physio taught by @CorKinetic, Recommended course/essential #physio" - Sam Bishop, Physio (via Twitter)

"Hi Ben. Thanks for developing such a great course where new concepts of assessment where made fun and easy to understand. Thank Danny for the exercise programme at the end, my whole body feels much looser and relaxed and I slept like a log" - Andrew Naylor-Vane, Sports therapist.

"Thank you for a very thought provoking weekend and so well presented!" - Anja-Physio

"Very enjoyable and thought provoking content that was well presented. Right blend between theory and practice" - Stephen Mcnally, Physio

"The best reasoning process in movement dysfunctions and assessment. It gives you a huge perspective of the movement possibilities. It met my expectations completely" - Daniel Marti physio

For more info or to book on a course click here or email info@cor-Kinetic.com