Live Online-Seminar: Toby Hall | Manual Therapy for low back related leg pain | 0 FP

EC-TOH-21-01-E-CR
Das Seminar findet in englischer Sprache statt

Live Online-Seminar: Toby Hall | Manual Therapy for low back related leg pain

The seminar will cover the anatomical, physiological and functional basis to the evaluation and management of neural tissue pain disorders arising from the lumbar spine. There is a strong emphasis on clinical practice, high-lighting evidence-based clinical examination, evaluation, interpretation, differential diagnosis and treatment.

 

This course will be conducted live online with time for questions and answers. It is anticipated that the course content will be suitable to individuals who are seeking new knowledge, to individuals seeking to expand their knowledge and to those individuals seeking the stimulation of clinical interaction. Whilst the course will be presented at a high level this should not be seen as a barrier to participation for those with little or with no previous experience in this special area.

 

As a result of attending this seminar it is anticipated that participants will gain personal satisfaction as in a variety of ways which will enhance their individual requirements. There are therefore no pre-requisites for participation.

 

Contents:

  • Classification of neural tissue pain disorders
  • Clinical Practice
  • Examination
  • Clinical reasoning
  • Evaluation
  • Diagnosis
  • Management

 

Aims:

  • To develop a strong evidence-based biomedical basis towards the examination, evaluation and physical treatment of low back related neural tissue pain disorders.
  • To provide or enhance knowledge of the pathoanatomical and pathophysiological mechanisms of low back related neural tissue pain disorders.
  • To promote an understanding of the mechanisms for patient presentations of dysfunction seen in low back related neural tissue pain disorders.
  • To develop an ability to evaluate and differentially diagnose low back related neural tissue pain disorders.
  • To develop or enhance the ability based on evidence of how to determine when physical treatment is indicated or contra-indicated in low back related neural tissue pain disorders.
  • To develop the ability to prescribe and apply appropriate physical treatments for low back related neural tissue pain disorders.

 

Toby Hall:

Toby Hall is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists), graduating in 1985 with an MSc in 1996 and PhD in 2010.

 

He holds the position of Adjunct Associate Professor at Curtin University. Toby has presented at many conferences, published more than 20 book chapters and published more than 120 peer-reviewed articles relating to neural disorders, cervicogenic headache and other topics.

 

He has co-authored 3 books “Mobilisation with Movement, The Art and the Science” & The Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy: Textbook of Techniques” in 1st & 2nd Edn. He regularly reviews for many journals, is on the international advisory panel of Manual Therapy Journal, and is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy

 

Das Seminar findet als Live Online-Seminar in englischer Sprache statt.

 

Technische Voraussetzungen für die Teilnahme:

  • Laptop oder PC mit einem gängigen Internetbrowser
  • nach Möglichkeit Kamera mit Kopfhörer und Mikrofon
  • stabile Internetverbindung

 

Die Zugangsdaten zum Live Online-Seminar erhalten Sie per eMail.

 

 

Kursnummer:EC-TOH-21-01-E-CR
Leitung:Dr. Toby Hall | PhD, MSc, Post Grad Dip Manip Ther, FACP. Adjunct Associate Professor (Curtin University)
Kursgebühr:79,95 €
Beginn:06.11.2021
Ende:06.11.2021
Kurszeiten:Sa. 06.11., 09:30 - 12:30 Uhr
Kursort:Internet, www.acadia-ecampus.de
Zielgruppe:Physiotherapeuten, Ergotherapeuten, Masseure, Heilpraktiker, Ärzte, Sport- und Gymnastiklehrer, Sportwissenschaftler, Osteopathen
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Status: freie Plätze
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