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Spinal and Peripheral Mobilisation Diploma Part 1 – Spinal Mobilisation – 24th October 2020 -LONDON

£149.00

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Day 1/ Course 1 Spinal Mobilisation (8 hours CPD)

 

 

This course is designed for the front-line practitioner who wishes to improve their skills and or learn new mobilisation/articulation techniques. With a global body approach, participants will learn to implement effective mobilisation techniques and ideology which can immediately be combined with current clinical practice style. Course participants will be shown how to integrate various approaches to treatment along with fundamental principles of joint mobilisation. The course is practically based giving students lots of hands-on practice to develop confidence in the correct application of techniques

  

Whos it for

Physiotherapist

Osteopath

Chiropractor

Sports Therapist

Qualified Sports Massage Therapist

 

 Course Outline: 

  • Theory and Concepts of Mobilisation: including Mulligan, Maitland and Osteopathic joint articulation techniques
  • Research Review
  • C3 – C7
  • Cervico Thoracic junction
  • Thoracic Spine
  • Lumbar Spine
  • Sacro Iliac Joint
  • Summery

 

 Course Learning Objectives:

  • Be able to demonstrate a range of complex Lumbar Spine and Thoracic Spine techniques on models with different morphologies
  • Be able to demonstrate a range of complex techniques to the junctional areas of the spine on models with different morphologies
  • Be able to demonstrate a range of complex Cervical Spine techniques on models with different morphologies
  • Utilise palpation skills to inform the application and modification of techniques and make them specific and effective
  • Explain to patients the purpose, risks and process of a technique clearly and coherently.

 

Where: University College Of Osteopathy, London

When: 24th October 2020 9:00am-5pm. Registration 8:45am

Includes: Course notes, pre reading notes

CPD: A personal certificate of attendance with CPD hours will be issued upon completion. 

 

Find out more about the course tutor Jade Parson’s here

**Given the ever evolving situation with the Covid-19 virus whilst we will do everything we can to give you as much notice as possible if we have to postpone our seminars, there may be occasions over the coming months where we have to cancel seminars at very short notice. We will endeavor to reschedule affected seminars for later in the year. Unfortunately we’re not able to refund travel expenses related to cancelled/rescheduled seminars**

 

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Day 1/ Course 1 Spinal Mobilisation (8 hours CPD)

 

 

This course is designed for the front-line practitioner who wishes to improve their skills and or learn new mobilisation/articulation techniques. With a global body approach, participants will learn to implement effective mobilisation techniques and ideology which can immediately be combined with current clinical practice style. Course participants will be shown how to integrate various approaches to treatment along with fundamental principles of joint mobilisation. The course is practically based giving students lots of hands-on practice to develop confidence in the correct application of techniques

  

Whos it for

Physiotherapist

Osteopath

Chiropractor

Sports Therapist

Qualified Sports Massage Therapist

 

 Course Outline: 

  • Theory and Concepts of Mobilisation: including Mulligan, Maitland and Osteopathic joint articulation techniques
  • Research Review
  • C3 - C7
  • Cervico Thoracic junction
  • Thoracic Spine
  • Lumbar Spine
  • Sacro Iliac Joint
  • Summery

 

 Course Learning Objectives:

  • Be able to demonstrate a range of complex Lumbar Spine and Thoracic Spine techniques on models with different morphologies
  • Be able to demonstrate a range of complex techniques to the junctional areas of the spine on models with different morphologies
  • Be able to demonstrate a range of complex Cervical Spine techniques on models with different morphologies
  • Utilise palpation skills to inform the application and modification of techniques and make them specific and effective
  • Explain to patients the purpose, risks and process of a technique clearly and coherently.

 

Where: University College Of Osteopathy, London

When: 24th October 2020 9:00am-5pm. Registration 8:45am

Includes: Course notes, pre reading notes

CPD: A personal certificate of attendance with CPD hours will be issued upon completion. 

 

Find out more about the course tutor Jade Parson's here

**Given the ever evolving situation with the Covid-19 virus whilst we will do everything we can to give you as much notice as possible if we have to postpone our seminars, there may be occasions over the coming months where we have to cancel seminars at very short notice. We will endeavor to reschedule affected seminars for later in the year. Unfortunately we’re not able to refund travel expenses related to cancelled/rescheduled seminars**

 

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