Reviewing and Reflecting on Assessment Protocol
February 6 @ 10:00 am - 2:30 pm£65.00
These are truly strange times, our patients come through our clinic doors with lower back pain, or shoulder pain, or a running injury because there has been a lot of ‘couch to 5k’.
So, they present with a muscular skeletal pain or discomfort, which when treating you often find there is also an under lying tension within the nervous system, this is all due to COVID 19 and the pressures and stress caused to individuals. This often leaves people with an underlying low constant stress pressure, putting the autonomic nervous system into a constant low rumble that most people would describe as headaches, jaw pain along with their shoulder injury.
I thought I would run a 4 hour online – zoom workshop on reevaluating assessment procedure, treatment, and outcomes.
- Accepting the protocol that is familiar to us, enquiring what this tells us with our science in place. How do we then notice if there is underlying trauma, sympathetic v parasympathetic imbalance?
- How to assess a fascial tightness, and then include this into treatment protocol
- Explore communication skills, that lead to greater information to whole of the patient’s history.
- How create goals and outcomes for patients that are both achievable physically and mentally. Whist keeping within our scope of practice
This work shop is open to physiotherapist, massage therapist, pilates teachers, movement people, osteopaths