with Prof. Bob Gerwin
with Simeon Niel-Asher & Dr Bob Gerwin
with Nick Birch and Jon Graham
With Simon Billings
with Pippa Cossens
with Christina Raven
with Claire Minshull
with Laurence Kirk, Ashley Stafford and the band
with Simon Marsh
with Ben Woodington
with Rob Patterson
with Liz Huzzey
with Jon Howat
with Dr Morten Høgh PhD
With Martin Matthews, Pippa Cossens & Simeon Niel-Asher
with Dr Ulrik Sandstrøm
with Dr Bob Gerwin
with Matt Wallden
with Greg Lehman
with Ruth Duncan
with Simeon Neil-Asher
90 minutes’ CPD: Learning by Oneself
90 minutes’ CPD: Learning by Oneself
45 minutes’ CPD: Learning by Oneself
90 minutes’ CPD: Learning by Oneself – How important is the placebo effect to us as therapists?
The exercises in this show aren’t your normal yoga exercises.
Matt Wallden, osteopath and Associate Editor of The Journal of Movement and Bodywork Therapy, discusses the factors in central sensitisation.
This is the final edit of our interview with Mike Stewart, Chartered Physiotherapist and founder of Know Pain, an organisation established to further not just the understanding of contemporary neuroscience related to pain, but also to help clinicians better explain complex neurobiology to patients. The full transcript of the discussion can be accessed by clicking the button below the video panel. A more concise briefing paper, and the certificate for 90 minutes’ “Learning By Oneself” CPD will be available later today. As soon as we can, we’ll post a more concise summary of the discussion. This will provide you with a useful aide memoire, and a record for your CPD portfolio.
Causes, treatment, and remedies for temporomandibular joint disorders and facial pain. Learn how to think about occlusion, bite, and TMJ movement in your patients.
He has appeared on various BBC television programmes and has spoken at the UK’s parliamentary Transport Select Committee as an expert in this topic. He has a wealth of experience in the medico-legal aspects of whiplash.
Phill has over 30 years’ experience as an osteopath, and has developed an approach to treating patients which is highly effective and truly holistic (in an age when elsewhere that term has become overused and abused to the extent that, in many circumstances, it is meaningless) His approach has strong psychological and physical components, which he will be demonstrating with the help of a real patient.
Understanding pain is a key issue for all of us. Tim Beames, a chartered physiotherapist by profession, has a lengthy history in both pain management and education in the UK, Europe and in Australia. He is a leading member of the Neuro Orthopaedic Institute and what he has to say is invaluable in achieving better results for your patients in clinic.
Nick Woodhead is one of the founding directors of the Rollin Becker Institute. He is also a lecturer at The British School of Osteopathy and at The Vienna School of Osteopathy, with over 20 years’ experience in the cranial approach.
Paul Browning is a senior lecturer in physiotherapy at The University of Hertfordshire. He has specialised in understanding pain for many years and in this interview talks about recognising, treating and preventing CRPS.
David Vaux is an osteopath with considerable experience in treating elite performers not only in sport, but also in the performing arts. Here he discusses his approach to treating dystonia, and shows how a well constructed rehabilitation programme can dramatically improve a sufferer’s quality of life.
James Booth, consultant osteopath at the Queen’s Medical Centre Nottingham’s spinal unit, talks about the value of working in the QMC, the roles of the various professionals, their relationships and pain management generally.
This is a re-recording of Barry’s presentation on red flags. There will be minor differences between this and the live version (not least the location!),