What am I going to learn?

  • Accreditatie - Only for Dutch and Belgium participants

    Registers: Beroepsgerelateerd, algemeen & manueel. Keurmerk & KRF: 3 punten; PQK: 8 NE

  • Description

    Exercise has become a key part of the treatment tool box for many therapists and has become an evidence based and a recommended treatment for many painful problems for back pain to osteoarthritis. But there are still many clinical questions to be answered: Which exercise? How much? When? How? Join Ben Cormack as he explores the world of exercise prescription for painful problems and provides simple and useable tools to help out with the uncertainty and doubt that many therapists experience when using exercise Topics covered: 1) Is exercise effective for pain? 2) How does it work and why does that matter? 3) Exercise prescription tool 4) When do you need to be specific with exercise? 5) Case study

  • Course language & duration

    English - 3 hours - After purchase this e-learning will be accessible for one month

Expert

Ben Cormack

Cor-Kinetic design and deliver cutting edge education, rehabilitation & physical training to the health care and exercise communities. The Cor-kinetic philosophy is based around an understanding of modern movement, pain and neurosciences to give a person centred approach to rehabilitation and physical training within a strong evidence based framework. They have delivered courses in Europe, Asia, USA and south America and present regularly at national and specialist subject conferences around the world.Ben Cormack owns and runs Cor-Kinetic. He is a musculoskeletal therapist with a clinical background in sports therapy, rehabilitation, pain science & exercise stretching back 15 years. He specialises in a movement & exercise based approach with a strong education component and patient centred focus.

Module

  • 1

    Introduction

    • Welcome

  • 2

    Preparation work

    • Set a goal for this E-learning

    • Exercise, Not to Exercise, or How to Exercise in Patients With Chronic Pain? Applying Science to Practice

  • 3

    Slides

    • Slides Ben Cormack - Clinical reasoning for pain & exercise

  • 4

    Webinar Ben Cormack - Clinical reasoning for pain & exercise

    • Recording - Clinical reasoning for pain & exercise

  • 5

    Final test

    • Final test - Clinical reasoning for pain & exercise

  • 6

    Aftermath

    • Reflect on your goal

    • Update on the Relation Between Pain and Movement: Consequences for Clinical Practice

    • Geneen 2017 - Physical activity and exercise for chronic pain in adults: an overview of Cochrane Reviews

    • Steiger 2012 - Is a positive clinical outcome after exercise therapy for chronic non-specific low back pain contingent upon a corresponding improvement in the targeted aspect(s) of performance? A systematic review

    • Hott 2019 - Patellofemoral pain- One year results of a randomized trial comparing hip exercise, knee exercise, or free activity

  • 7

    Re-watch recording

    • Re-watch webinar with playbar