Physiotherapy Course Summary:
The Key Moves® 4 spinal rehab offers a fresh perspective on tailoring movement therapy for the more effective rehabilitation of spinal pain disorders - and many ubiquitous ‘injuries’. The approach deconstructs movement to help you both clarify spinal movement ‘faults’ – and reintroduce important basic patterns of healthy control.
This series of practical hands-on workshops are suitable for multidisciplinary movement therapists (e.g. physiotherapy, yoga, Pilates, personal trainer) who would like to improve their understanding of the ‘Fundamental Patterns of Control’ which underlie healthy spinal function – and how these are deficient in people with spinal pain and many other common musculoskeletal pain disorders.
These trainings will help you to identify changes in movement patterns that cause or are related to spinal pain, and provide you with a progressive series of exercises you can use to improve your clients function and ease their pain.
The Key Moves® exercises are suitable for use in either a one-on-one clinical setting and also in small group therapeutic exercise classes to help retrain more healthy patterns of axial control
The workshops can also shed light on why you the therapist may be suffering from ‘injuries’ yourself
Workshop 1: The Spine – Sat 5/5/2018. 9.30 – 5.00
Workshop 2: A unique look at the pelvis – Sat 2/6/2018. 9.30 – 5.00
Workshop 3: Upper spinal control: the importance of the proximal limb girdles and head Sat 28/7/2018. 9.30 – 5.00
Workshop 4: Bringing it all together – Sat 1/9/2018. 9.30 – 5.00
Course numbers are restricted to ensure optimal student to mentor ratios for learning
Full details and registration available at: www.keyapproach.com.au/workshops
The Sydney series will be offered as one 4 day workshop in Brighton, UK. November 24-27, 2018.
Full details and registration: www.keyapproach.com.au/overseasworkshops
Keep an eye out for Josephine’s latest book: “Freedom to move: Movement therapy for spinal pain and injuries” - to be published in September this year by Handspring publishing, UK.