Integrated Manual therapy for the lumbar spine
|Nombre de participants: Maximum :||Type: Cours||Langue: Anglais,|
|Prix membre : 400.00 CHF||Prix non-membre : 500.00 CHF||Date limite d'inscription: mardi 4 mai 2021|
|1. Le:||mardi 1 juin 2021||08:30 - 17:00|
|2. Le:||mercredi 2 juin 2021||08:30 - 17:00|
(cours en Anglais)
Vous apprendrez à utiliser les dernières connaissances scientifiques (EBP) intégrées à la pratique de la thérapie manuelle pour la plupart des pathologies de la région lombaire.
Low back pain is a bio-psychosocial problem, and it is important to recognize that not all patients respond to manual therapy. Identifying potential responders is an important aspect of the evaluation and will be taught in this course. Potential responders to manual therapy need to be carefully examined with respect to the patient’s psychosocial factors, central nervous system sensitivity, joint, muscle and neural systems in an integrated examination procedure. A clinical framework will be described on which to base classification and subsequent management. Strong emphasis is placed on teaching clinicians the ability to perform a comprehensive examination in this regard.
Whilst the course will be presented at a high level this should not prevent participation for those with little or with no previous experience in this special area. After attending this course, it is anticipated that participants will gain personal satisfaction as in a variety of ways, which will enhance their individual requirements.
The manual therapy examination and management process presented in this course is eclectic which provides a more realistic, multifactorial approach to the management of a wide range of patients with acute and chronic lumbar spine pain disorders.
Aims & Learning Objectives :
-To develop a strong biomedical basis towards the examination, evaluation, classification, and physical treatment of lumbar spine neuromusculoskeletal pain disorders.
-To provide or enhance knowledge of the pathophysiology of lumbar spine pain disorders.
-To promote an understanding of the underlying mechanisms in lumbar spine neuromusculoskeletal pain disorders.
-To develop ability to evaluate, differentially diagnose and classify lumbar spine neuromusculoskeletal pain disorders.
-To develop ability to prescribe & apply management for lumbar spine neuromusculoskeletal pain disorders.