Introduction to Movement Systems: a hands on, neurologically informed, movement centric approach to treatment

£375.00

Introduction to Movement Systems is a a hands on, neurologically informed, movement centric approach to treatment. This highly practical two days course represents a distillation of what therapists need to know to help fellow humans maximise their movement potential.  It will be two days full of hands-on techniques and brain and body focused exercise open to all qualified movement and fitness professionals.

Introduction to Movement Systems is a hands on, neurologically informed, movement centric approach to treatment. This highly practical  course represents a distillation of what therapists need to know to help fellow humans maximise their movement potential.  It will be delivered over one online session and two days full of hands-on techniques and brain and body focused exercise open to all qualified movement and fitness professionals.

Course Content includes:

How and why do we move.

Assessing movement: Human standards .

Principles of neurocentric treatment.

Soft tissue and Skin Mobilisation.

Testing and treating the vestibular system.

Joint mobilisations.

Basic movement drills

What it pain?

How to take a history.

Assessing and treating peripheral nerves.

Testing and treating the visual system.

More movement drills.

Stacking good inputs.

Evolving your treatments and thinking.  

Format

3 hours online

2 days In Person Workshop

Suitable for

This course is applicable to all hands on therapists including Soft Tissue Therapists, Sports therapists as well as Physiotherapists 

Minimum level required to access the course: Level 4

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PAUL COKER. BSc Hons, MSc Physio. Neurally biased Movement Optimist

Paul has graduated in physiotherapy in 2001. He then worked in a wide variety of settings within the NHS gaining experience in all aspects of physiotherapy from intensive care, to hydrotherapy. In 2007 he left the NHS, packed his bags and headed to Perth, Western Australia to complete a Master’s Degree in Manual Therapy. Having completed the course with a High Distinction and picking up an Academic Prize in Rehabilitation along the way, he packed his bags once again and headed over to New Zealand where he worked in a private clinic in Christchurch treating everything from Joe Bloggs with back pain to elite athletes. Since returning to the UK in 2008 he has worked in private practice throughout Cornwall and Devon, including a season as lead Physio for Plymouth Albion Rugby Union team.

From 2011-2019 Paul was the Medical Director of Rocktape UK. He designed, wrote and taught a variety of post-graduate workshops for other therapists throughout the UK and Europe. He was one of the 4 original Rocktape Master Trainers, teaching the teachers to deliver Rocktape course courses across Europe.

Since moving to Cornwall 20 years ago Paul has enthusiastically embraced,  and dedicated countless hours to the pursuit of competence in what has to one the most of wonderfully pointless of all forms of sporting endeavour. As a result Paul is very average surfer.


Investment  

£375 for the whole course. 

Payable in full or instalments available please email us for this option 

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