Low Back Pain & BPS Practice

$
699

A comprehensive exploration of low back pain and applying the science in a biopsychosocial framework.

Details:

A comprehensive journey to low back pain and biopsychosocial practice.

  • Deep dive into the literature and epidemiology
  • Psychologically informed practice, including cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Exercise prescription incorporating movement variance and motor learning theories.

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We make sure that you are getting the most from our courses by staying relevant and accredited.

This course is accredited for 15 ESSA CPD points or 16 hours of equivalent CPD. This course has the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) international tick of approval

Tick of approval and endorsed!

We make sure that you are getting the most from our courses by staying relevant and accredited.

This course is accredited for 15 ESSA CPD points or 16 hours of equivalent CPD. This course has the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) international tick of approval

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