Back Rehabilitation – The 3R’s Approach - Online via Zoom

Event details

9:00am-5:00pm
£270

Course – online

Event Organiser

NCORE (National Centre of Rehabilitation Education)

01332 254679

uhdb.ncore@nhs.net

http://www.ncore.org.uk

Back Rehabilitation – The 3R’s Approach

19th - 20th May 2021

Venue: Online via Zoom     

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Lecturer: Dr Christopher Norris

 

Based on Dr Chris Norris’ book Complete Guide to Back Rehabilitation (Bloomsbury, 2015) this 2 day course presents an evidence based program to safely and effectively manage low back injuries using exercise therapy.

A balance of theory and practice is used to provide a state-or-the-art approach to modern rehab.  Lectures, practical demonstrations, partner work, and small group problem solving are all used to provide a stimulating, easy to follow course.

 

Specific Topics will include:

  • Functional anatomy of the spine
  • Lumbo-pelvic mechanics
  • Mechanics of lifting
  • Biopsychosocial approach to Chronic Low Back Pain (CLBP)
  • Pain science – what is it and when is it relevant?
  • Posture evaluation an update
  • Core stability – where are we now?
  • Concepts in exercise therapy
  • Teaching techniques for clinical clients
  • Cueing (visual / tactile / auditory), adjustments,
  • Optimal tissue loading & rehab planning
  • Low back pain – not all in the tissues
  • Exercise progression – from injury onset to return to work.

Suitable for therapists and exercise teachers of all types.

 

CPD: 13.5 hours

 

Fee: £270 (including refreshments)

Limited funded places may be available for AHPs & Nurses working for the NHS within the East Midlands

 

01332 254679 | uhdb.ncore@nhs.net | www.ncore.org.uk

 

Course Programme

DAY ONE:  9.00 am - 4.00 pm  (with 2 x 15 minute breaks & a 30 minute break for lunch)

DAY TWO: 9.00 am - 3.30 pm  (with 2 x 15 minute breaks & no lunch)

 

• Functional anatomy of the spine

• Lumbo-pelvic mechanics

• Mechanics of lifting

• Biopsychosocial approach to Chronic Low Back Pain (CLBP)

• Pain science – what is it and when is it relevant?

• Posture evaluation an update

• Core stability – where are we now?

• Concepts in exercise therapy

• Teaching techniques for clinical clients

• Cueing (visual / tactile / auditory), adjustments,

• Optimal tissue loading & rehab planning

• Low back pain – not all in the tissues

• Exercise progression  – from injury onset to return to work.