A practical guide to using your subjective assessment with a client as an effective treatment tool within the Biopsychosocial framework.
Client centred care and biopsychosocial approach are now well accepted frameworks in which MSK care should be delivered. But what does that mean in practice and how does your subjective assessment form an integral part of your treatment? It is well evidenced that psychological factors have been shown to have an effect on treatment outcomes therefore profiling the individual and their lived experience of pain rather than purely their injury is vital to providing effective care and creating a therapeutic alliance.
But what does that look like in practice? How should we structure our subjective assessment? What role does the language we use play? What strategies can we use to build trust and best build a partnership with our clients.
Join us for this highly practical workshop packed full of information you can put in to practice immediately, both in-person and also in online interactions with your clients