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14th February 2012

- reflected by clinical practice / current research and best evidence

There is general consensus amongst therapists (seen at International conferences) that there is a problem managing musculo-skeletal pain We do know that systematic reviews demonstrate that many therapies are effective for pain in current episodes - and includes managing movement faults However managing recurrent pain and pain producing chronic disability does not have the same clinical success Our courses (The Movement Solution and the Managing Movement series) focus on identifying and subgrouping uncontrolled movement (we identify the site and direction of movement control deficiencies) Current research indicates consistent and predictable changes in the patterns of activation between muscles stability and mobility roles - and make a link to chronicity and recurrence of pain Our courses present strategies to identify and correct aberrant patterns

Why The Movement Solution?

It will enable you to become the best at the assessment and management of movement related disorders We cover the theory and evidence of movement control We present a systematic assessment and retraining process It makes the assessment and retraining of movement faults easy The course is structured by assessment process not region and is divided into 3 x 5 day block The Movement Solution teaches clinicians to make a series of clinical diagnoses to help them manage musculoskeletal pain more effectively

1) the subgrouping of uncontrolled movement - that relates to pain provocation

2) Pain generating tissue

3) Pain mechanisms

Also contextual factors - extrinsic (e.g. ergonomics / environment / lifestyle) and intrinsic (e.g. pain beliefs)

The Movement Solution presents a clinical reasoning framework to integrate manual therapy, exercise retraining and pain management

The Movement Solution when Movement Matters


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