HELPING CLINICIANS CONFIDENTLY NAVIGATE THE UNCERTAIN WORLD OF BACK PAIN USING A PRACTICAL & EVIDENCE BASED FRAMEWORK

IMPROVE YOUR  CONFIDENCE WITH COMMUNICATION SKILLS

GET BETTER AT TREATING ALL TYPES OF BACK PAIN

 

UNDERSTAND & BE ABLE TO USE A BPS APPROACH IN CLINIC STRAIGHT AWAY

 

SIMPLIFY EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION FOR PAINFUL PROBLEMS

 

EXERCISE & MOVEMENT PRESCRIPTION

Learn more than just sets & reps

CLINICAL REASONING IN A BPS FRAMEWORK

More than just pathology

LOWER BACK PAIN & BEYOND

Take a deep dive into assessing & treating back pain in the Cor-Kinetic framework

OUTLINE

Modern clinical practice requires clinicians to bring together many diverse elements from a wide range of areas. This can often be confusing, overwhelming and leaving many feeling unprepared by previous education.

This course looks to bring together these elements in a cohesive and evidence based framework that gives clinical reasoning skills to reduce the confusion and burden that is often present. This allows both new grad and experienced clinicians to be more confident, relaxed and ultimately more prepared for this challenge!

 We move away from the biomedical model, that has failed many patients, to a more comprehensive Biopsychosocial approach. This course incorporates modern pain science, psychology, communication skills, exercise prescription and movement and motor learning principles to cover all the bases you need for a patient focused & active approach to rehabilitation. There are many interactive problem-solving tasks from group discussions, to small group case studies to practical movement-based task so that you can actually ‘feel’ what your patient will feel.

Be prepared to discuss, move & maybe even have your biases challenged. This is not about a bunch of exercises that you could have just watched on YouTube, its understanding research better, improving communication, up skilling clinical reasoning & trimming away the unnecessary fluff. It goes way beyond just sets, reps & technique that often don’t apply well to treating people with pain anyway

This course has been taught on 5 continents, 30 + countries and 100’s of clinicians & coaches with a whole bunch of discussions, laughs and movement experiences.

What you will get

  • A brand new streamlined pain science approach. Lose the complex neuroscience explanations
  • Psychologically informed communication & interviewing strategies to help people ‘make sense’ of painful problems
  • BPS exercise ‘prescription’ model that moves beyond just the tissue
  • An ability to confidently navigate uncertainty in diagnosis & treatment
  • Appreciate movement variability and dynamic systems theory to forget “good/bad” movement/exercise models
  • Gain comprehensive back pain knowledge that will help you understand, explain, assess & treat back pain from a truly evidence-based position
  • Learn an exercise dosing model that redefines pain & exercise
  • Simple ready to use strategies for common back pain problems

Who is it for?

  • Anyone with a passion to learn & help painful problems
  • Those open to new ideas and concepts and the latest research

Who is it not for?

  • Those expecting simple protocols or quick fixes
  • Unwilling to engage in learning
  • Not looking to update their current knowledge & paradigm

Content

  • 40% Lecture
  • 30% Practical
  • 15% Discussion
  • 15% Case study

COURSE SCHEDULE

 

Day 1 

9am – Intro and key course concepts & intro to understanding EBP
10am – Pain science & the BPS model in 2024
10.45am - Break

11am - The clinical conversation. Improving communication & subjective Ax
11.30 – Pain & exercise. How does it help/not help?
12.30pm – Lunch
1.30pm – What do you want exercise/movement to do? Clinical reasoning tools for clinic
2.15pm – Practical movement class - Creating a movement experience

3pm – Break
3.15pm –  Exercise dosing - the secret to success
4pm - Movement snacks

5pm – Finish

Day 2 

Day 2 will have shorter breaks and lunch to allow you to get home earlier! 

9am – Understanding lower back pain
10.30am – Serious (red flags), specific & non specific back pain. Whats the difference?
11am – Break
11.15am - Back pain assessment workshop (Subj & obj)
12.30am – Lunch
1pm – Treatment (Advice & education and exercise workshop)

2pm - Exercise for back pain
3pm - Close 

"Functional therapeutic movement is without a doubt one of the most practical, well referenced, clinically relevant, and beneficial continuing education courses I’ve taken. Ben has a lively presentation style that keeps you engaged, a good sense of humor, and clear mastery over his content. The course is relevant and valuable for young and experienced clinicians alike. Be sure to come prepared for discussion and plenty of critical thinking!" 

DR Jarod Hall DPT USA

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UPCOMING COURSE DATES

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2024 SCHEDULE

FLORENCE, ITALY,  MAY 11/12TH

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NIJMEGEN, NETHERLANDS, MAY 17/18TH

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LOS ANGELES, USA, JULY 27/28TH

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OLDENBURG, GERMANY,  AUGUST 31ST, SEPTEMBER 1ST  

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BELFAST, N IRELAND 7/8TH SEPTEMBER

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NICOSIA, CYPRUS, SEPTEMBER 14/15TH

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NYC, USA, SEPTEMBER 28/29TH

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VANCOUVER, CANADA, OCTOBER 5/6TH

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LONDON, U.K 19/20TH OCTOBER

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LANGENTHAL, SWITZERLAND 23/24th NOVEMBER

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Cancellations

Here at Cor-kinetic we are aware that plans can and do change. In light of this refunds are available up to 4 weeks before the course starting date.

Very occasionally a course will have to be rescheduled (no later than 4 weeks before), especially post COVID. If you are travelling internationally or a long distance please book travel/accommodation with this in mind.

Refunds will incur a 3% fee per transaction, due to policy changes from payment platforms.

I just wanted to say how much I loved the Exeter course. I am way out of my comfort zone in the “EXERCISE” world so was a little nervous. So learning that the movement stuff that is more my bias is absolutely ok & the evidence behind that really gave me some much needed confidence

Imi Testa