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Back Rehabilitation - The 3R's Approach
EventID:  
2939
Date:  
2nd - 3rd November 2021
Duration:  
2 days
Location:  
Derby
Venue:  
London Road Community Hospital
Refreshments:  
Refreshments available.
Trainer:  
Dr Christopher Norris
Overview

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.

    Course Aims

    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.

      Learning Outcomes

      Suitable for therapists and exercise teachers of all types:

      • Functional anatomy of the spine
      • Lumbo-pelvic mechanics
      • Mechanics of lifting
      • Biopsychosocial approach to Chronic Low Back Pain (CLBP)
      • Posture evaluation an update
      • Core stability – where are we now?
      • Pain science – what is it and when is it relevant?
      • 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.
      Who will Benefit

      Suitable for therapists and exercise teachers of all types.

        Attendance Information
        • Attendance Certificate: Yes
        • CPD Hours: 13.5
        Fees

        • £270
        • Limited funded places may be available for AHPs & Nurses working for the NHS within the East Midlands.
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        University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust

        London Road Community Hospital
        DERBY
        DE1 2QY

        Main hospital switchboard:(01332) 340 131

        NCORE
        Phone: (01332) 254 679
        Email: uhdb.ncore@nhs.net

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