Date of Course:
12 Oct 2019 - 13 Oct 2019
EXERCISE AND FUNCTION WITHOUT PAIN – A MULTIMODAL CLINICAL CONCEPT COURSE with Arie Michaeli; Jo’burg; 12-13 October 2019.
Day 1; 8am – 4pm
Day 2; 8am – 3.30pm
EXERCISE AND FUNCTION WITHOUT PAIN – A MULTIMODAL CLINICAL CONCEPT COURSE OUTLINE
We all know that exercise is good for us. As therapists, we often use exercise to reduce patients’ acute and chronic pain, increase range of motion and muscle strength. But what if your patients can’t exercise or function because pain inhibits their movement or if exercise aggravates their condition? In this course you will practice techniques which provide effective treatment of neuromusculoskeletal disorders to allow patients to exercise earlier in the rehabilitation process, pain free.
How this is achieved?
Current trends in neuromusculoskeletal therapy (that traditionally relied primarily on mobilisation and manipulation), are moving away from passive techniques to a more active approach. Drawing on research and clinical experience, the presenter has developed a more dynamic manual therapy approach that utilises a combination of isometric exercise, active physiological oscillatory mobilisation, and end-of-range passive stretching.
Passive accessory movements still play a role in this concept, but are implemented following the active component of the concept. This method thus introduces a modified multimodal clinical approach with more active components than that found in traditional manual therapy models.
Therapeutic patient education including psychosocial input and exercise therapy are adjusted in line with the patient’s individual needs. All components of this method combine to produce an analgesic effect, increase range of motion and muscle strength, and may also help to boost the neuro- immune system.
What will you learn:
Clinical assessment of spinal pain (lumbar, cervical and thoracic spine).
Relevant clinical anatomy.
Simple techniques to treat acute and chronic spinal pain.
Reconciling biomechanics with pain science.
Multimodal treatment approach for spinal pain.
Exercise therapy for acute and chronic disorders.
* Live patient demonstration.
Benefits of the multimodal treatment approach:
Restores soft tissue extensibility and joint mobility
Relieves neural tissue pain disorders
Improves muscle strength
Improves functional capabilities
Increases therapist confidence in exercise prescription
Course length; this course is being taught over 3 separate days; Sat 9th, Tues 12th and Sat 16th Feb. you can attend one day, two days or all 3 days. you must however book on the course whether you want to attend just 1, 2 or all 3 days and let us know who many days you are attending and pay your fees accordingly.
About the presenter – Arie Michaeli MSc PT, MCMT
Arie is a manual and exercise therapist with a special interest in the rehabilitation of neuromusculoskeletal disorders focusing on the multimodal clinical concept.
With over 30 years of clinical experience and research, Arie has developed the Exercise and Function without Pain (EFWP) concept, a dynamic manual therapy approach that utilises a combination of isometric exercise, active physiological oscillatory mobilisation, and end-of-range passive stretching. The Exercise and Function without Pain workshop has been presented over 30 times in Southern Africa.
Publication: “Dynamic Oscillatory Stretching efficacy on hamstring extensibility and stretch tolerance: a randomised controlled trial” International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, June 2017. Please click here for full article.
How To Book This Course:
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View the course times:
Day 1; 8am – 4pm
Day 2; 8am – 3.30pm
Please click on the links below for short video testimonials from the frontal presentation:
“Arie and his group were good, make techniques easy to understand and use. They were ready to help all the time. By the end of the course I learned and gained some new techniques useful for my practice.” Kapinga Dibwe, Physiotherapist
“I enjoyed the multimodal approach as it empowers the patients to take an active role in therapy. The practical demonstrations were detail orientated and easy to follow.” Michelle Parbhoo, Physiotherapist
“Useful techniques that can easily be applied in practice.” Janine Schmidenberg, Physiotherapists
“Good course, effective and value for money and time.” Fatima Suliman, Physiotherapist
“I work at the back clinic where I treat back pain every day. The course has enhanced my skills and patients will be satisfied with my new acquired techniques. They are effective and show results immediately. Thanks, Arie and team.” Carol Singogo, Physiotherapist
“A well put together course with immediate practical application.” Bridgitte Hofman, Physiotherapist
“The lecture was informative and refreshing. The lecturer/presenter is very knowledgeable, and exercises and techniques are clear and practical to apply. Moreover, you get to see the results instantly (positive results).” Matome Rangata, Physiotherapist
“The course included treatment from latest research. Treatment produced immediate results. The body was treated as whole, muscular, skeletal and neural components. Course included how patient education should be conducted. Thoroughly enjoyed the course and brought back confidence. Approach was not aggressive and pain free.” Cradwin Didloff, Physiotherapist
“Good learning experience, enjoyed the lectures and gained knowledge of techniques.” Kholofelo Rasebotsa, Physiotherapist
“Really enjoyed the How to treat spine disorders workshop. Very beneficial and liked the fact that you focus on assessment and “rocks” rather than sand / fine details.” Amy Smythe, Physiotherapist
“The workshop was very informative and easy to follow – very well presented and easy to
understand. Definitely very useful for my practice.” Tracy Pike, Physiotherapist
“An excellent workshop that is up to date and relevant.” Samantha Davids and Sarisha Singh, Physiotherapists
“Very informative.” Karuli Volker, Prenisha Naidoo and Yasteel Dass, Biokineticists
“Good combination of theoretical and practical content.” Avendhra Singh, Physiotherapist
“Practical focus good.” Carmen Foley, Physiotherapist