Clinical Applications of Pain Science: Manual Therapy, Exercise and Rehabilitation Principles for Healthcare Providers
This 2-day course will focus on how to use an evidence-based framework to inform manual therapy practice. An understanding of current pain science and biopsychosocial principles will be introduced which will help participants reconceptualize pain and benefit their clinical decision making. Participants will learn how to adapt their current practice and be more comfortable in their communication and application of manual therapy techniques, movement and exercise.
This course provides the opportunity to learn how modifications of manual therapy practices can improve patient outcomes. It aims to decrease practitioner stress and increase confidence when working with routine and complex patients.
We will challenge many misconceptions about pain, manual therapy, movement and exercise as we learn the basics of utilizing a biopsychosocial framework in the manual therapy setting.