The Masterclasses have been of immense value for my clinical reasoning. They have challenged me to think more deeply about different topics along with practical applications which have improved my patient outcomes.
Exercise can be a powerful tool to help manage many conditions seen in the clinic. However, there is currently a lot of misunderstanding surrounding exercise therapy – When is a specific type of exercise needed versus more general exercise? Is it ok for exercise to be painful? What is the right dosage of exercise? And perhaps most importantly, how do we get our patients on board with exercise? This Masterclass answers all these questions and more, empowering you to use exercise in the most effective way possible to enhance patient outcomes.
Lower back pain rehab
Lower back pain is a huge worldwide problem. This lecture looks at what we do and don’t know around back pain, its contributory factors and current best practice for treatment. It also explores how we use exercise in the treatment process.
This lecture dives into many of the myths that we have around movement that shape the way we work with people. Using an evidence based framework around popular therapeutic targets we ask are these factors important and what to do with them.
Exercise dosing is still one of the most unknown areas in rehabilitation. The same dosage can have different effects on different people. How do we get better at applying the ”right” dose? And what does that mean anyway?
Painful exercise is an important and hot topic in today’s rehab world. As it is often unavoidable we need to know how to navigate using painful exercise and what to look out for.
The biggest problem in rehab is not which exercise to choose. It’s how to actually get patients to do it. This lecture looks at some of the beliefs that limit adherence and also information that might persuade them to do more.
What members are saying
Great Masterclass! Look forward to applying this with my athletes tomorrow. The videos of the exercises were really helpful to accompany the lectures.