Kursdatum: 27-28 april 2019
Var: Skandinaviska Osteopathögskolan, Kapellplatsen 4, Göteborg
Kostnad: 3900 kronor plus moms
Anmälan: Senast 15 mars till info@osteopathogskolan.se
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Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science is a two-day course that mixes a lecture, case study and hands-on learning format. The course has been taught throughout the world with the aim of simplifying the biomechanical approach to injury and pain management.
With emerging research there is often the feeling that a traditional approach needs to be wholly discarded. Instead, this course helps the therapist to integrate the pain science and biopsychosocial model of pain with traditional biomechanical techniques.
The course simplifies many of those techniques and distills the most relevant and important aspects of those techniques for pain resolution and injury management.

By addressing both the weaknesses and strengths of the biomechanical approach, treatment can be much simpler, congruent with the cognitive, neuroscience approach and best evidenced based practice.
You will learn how ”pain science” can be taught to patients in a way that builds resilience, optimism and promotes healthy and independent behaviours.

The course is a mix of a discussion based lecture, case studies and practical components.

Demonstrate how biomechanical treatments and explanations can address the multidimensional nature of pain
Demonstrate how cognitive restructuring and goal setting of meaningful activities can be used alongside mechanical treatments to address the multidimensional nature of pain
Provide and teach exercise prescription that is informed by biomechanics and therapeutic neuroscience
Explain the “pain science” behind common clinical problems and learn methods of applying therapeutic neuroscience education
Identify and use their current movement based skills within a graded exposure and graded activity paradigm