Pain is a complex topic and one in which many facets of life are often interrelated. The 'quick fix' approach to pain management does not often address the underlying issues and what can occur is a return to a painful state and a continual cycle of intervention, short term relief and a gradual return to pain.
In this talk you will learn how movement and osteopathy (physical therapy) can help provide a more robust and resilient body able to withstand the demands of modern life.
We will cover key points including:
A brief history of human movement: What went wrong!
How Movement can help create resilience in our body: From our brains to our periphery
Our approach to movement education and how it helps interrupt pain pathways
The role of 'hands on' therapy and it's effect on pain perception
The Transition of pain from Acute to Chronic - The role of movement and Osteopathy
Please Note: Bookings close 1 week before workshops begin.