Physiotherapy Course Summary:
This 4-day masterclass presents a systemised framework to assess and manage restrictions, and delivers skills of movement assessment and retraining to exert long-term change on pain, pathology and compromised function and performance.
The event blends Mark’s multiple expertise in manual therapy techniques and movement analysis & retraining, within a rigorous framework of clinical reasoning to exert change on deficits in range and movement. It delivers skills to allow attendees to efficiently identify the nature of a restriction (myofascial/articular) and apply the most effective techniques to manage this deficit. It joins the dots of restriction, compensation and risk, ensuring attendees’ clinical reasoning skills become more robust in the face of deficits in flexibility and movement efficiency.
This mutlidisciplinary event is for:
Physiotherapists , Pilates Instructors , Movement Therapists , Coaches , Personal Trainers , Medics & Sports Medicine Professionals , Strength & Conditioning Coaches , Sport Therapists, Rehab Therapists , Osteopaths, Chiropractors
Designed to help any movement, performance or therapy focussed professional to become proficient in the assessment and mobilisation of both articular and myofascial restrictions
On completion of these practically orientated 4 days, attendees will possess a range of skills which can be instantly applied within a systemised framework of movement efficiency
The course provides a rigorous clinical reasoning structure to assist the identification and management of restrictions contributing to movement control impairments for all patient, client or athlete groups
We will present the tools necessary to allow the full spectrum of disciplines within therapy to:
* Evaluate movement efficiency
* Recover movement flexibility and extensibility to optimise the retraining of movement control efficiency
The course offers therapists the ability to identify whether current pain/dysfunction is linked to movement control impairments and how those movement control impairments a consequence of a loss of flexibility within myofascial and articular structures
The course presents movement as the vehicle supplying choice in people’s life, for life; a perspective shifting the emphasis away from pain and pathology, placing movement and movement health at the centre of contemporary intervention strategies
Date: 7-10 November 2018, 9am-5pm
Address: Richmond Adult Community College, Parkshot, Richmond Upon Thames, London, TW9 2RE