Post-Op and Long Term Physiotherapy for Surgical Recovery | Workshop One
November 13 @ 8:00 am - November 14 @ 5:00 pm£350.00
This two-day workshop is the launch of my series targeted at understanding how we treat patients with long-term pain and dysfunction.
In this workshop the focus will be on women who have experienced difficulty in childbirth, C-sections, hysterectomies and pelvic floor repairs. This can often lead to trauma and shock which remains, more often than not, unacknowledged.
I believe we must hear the story behind pain to understand how to treat it.
Key objectives of the workshop
- Practitioners will experience/practice movement so that they can help patients reconnect with their body and aid recovery.
- Gain greater listening skills, which will enable practitioners to ask the right questions, providing them with a greater understanding of the whole story.
- How to engage your patient in setting realistic outcomes, setting goals and treatment plans that aren’t fixed.
- How to notice your intuition and be able to then back that up with knowledge.
- To understand and notice tension and compression throughout the patient’s body. Noticing pull through the tissues or lack of movement in the tissue.
- How the compression with tissues and joints inhibits movement, which can lead to the patient to use their long levers to create movements, when some of the postural soft tissues have stopped responding
- Exploring where a treatment plan should begin.
- Developing a range of soft tissue techniques to release the tension, compression, pulling, and lack of slide in the body.