Cognitive Functional Therapy: An integrated behavioural approach for the targeted management of disabling LBP
Date: Friday 7th Sept — Sunday 9th Sept 2018
Venue: Royal Free Hospital, Pond Street, London NW3 2QG
Registration: Day 1 - 9.00am
Start & finish Day 1 — 9.30am to 5.30pm
Days 2 & 3 - 8.30am — 5.30pm & 4.30pm
Course organiser: James Davis
Cognitive Functional Therapy was developed as a flexible integrated behavioural approach for individualising the management of disabling LBP. This approach has evolved from an integration of foundational behavioural psychology and neuroscience within physical therapist practice. It is underpinned by a multidimensional clinical reasoning framework in order to identify the modifiable and nonmodifiable factors associated with an individual's disabling LBP. It incorporates a motivational approach to targeting unhelpful cognitions, distress, movement andlifestyle behaviours that drive pain and disability. This course is based on the ongoing research into contemporary management of disabling low back pain disorders.
Four patients will be assessed by Peter, put forward by delegates and not previously seen by him. Patients will have a debilitating pain presentation. After each patient assessment there will be time to review the clinical process. Delegates are most welcome to contact the organiser should they wish to put forward an appropriate patient for Peter to assess.
Light refreshments will be provided but not lunch. To register for this course click the box 'Book this course' below and complete the online procedures. On receipt of payment a place will beguaranteed for you. No reservation of a place without payment is possible. Pre-course reading is available for your perusal at Peter O Sullivan articles. Receipts will be sent to your personal email. CPD certificates will be given at end of Day 3.