Lumbar Spine; SIJ; Lower Limb

October 25, 2018 - 2 minutes read

A Biopsychosocial Approach: Lumbar Spine & SIJ

Do you find it hard to help people with chronic back pain?

This course will remove your self-doubt and have you confident the minute you step back into work on Monday. We have your back, so you can have theirs.

Topics we address include:

  • Posture
  • Movement assessments
  • Neutral spine versus flexion
  • Load, core, gluteals, alignment
  • Real life patient demonstrations
  • Practical sessions
  • Pain science
  • Motivational interviewing techniques
  • Psychosocial factors, red flags, and so much more…

Application of theory to clinical practice in a fun, life changing way…

A Biopsychosocial Approach: Cervical Spine & SIJ

Shoulders are an incredible joint, they’re the most mobile and are able to generate a huge amount of force – but with that comes complexity.

This course will remove the complexity around shoulders and neck pain and help you treat these complaints with a biopsychosocial approach.

Topics we address include:

  • Major contributing factors to shoulder and neck pain
  • Latest evidence surrounding shoulder and neck pain
  • Iatrogenic effects on neck pain
  • Classification of cervical spin pain
  • Pain science
  • Posture and relevance
  • Manual muscle testing
  • Exercise prescription for cervical spine and shoulders
  • Psychosocial factors, red flags, and so much more…

A Biopsychosocial Approach: Lower Limb 

How effectively are you treating patients with lower limb pain? Want to know the latest evidence surrounding the most common conditions such as knee osteoarthritis, plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendinopathy (and much, much more)?

Topics we address include:

  • The most common lower lim pathologies
  • Movement assessments
  • Gait assessment
  • Running related injuries
  • Pathological imaging findings
  • Pronation and flat feet
  • Real life patient demonstrations
  • Practical sessions
  • Pain science
  • Motivational interviewing techniques
  • Psychosocial factors, red flags, and so much more…

Website:  tkex.org