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Exercise For Neck Pain

Webinar 18.05.2022

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Impairments in movement and neuromuscular function are an almost obligatory feature of musculoskeletal conditions and neck pain is no exception. Evidence for modification of motor and/or sensory functions has been reported for people with neck pain disorders, and these changes have become common targets for rehabilitation. Impairments in movement and neuromuscular function appear early after the onset of neck pain and do not automatically reverse over time in the absence of specific training interventions. Importantly, these ongoing changes in movement and neuromuscular function have been shown to contribute to repeated episodes of neck pain. This highlights the importance of early and effective exercise interventions not only for pain relief, but also for restoration of movement and neuromuscular function. This webinar will present an overview of research describing impairments in movement and neuromuscular function in people with neck pain and the how this impacts on the selection of exercises for the management of neck pain.

 

LEARNING GOALS:

  • Gain an overview of movement and neuromuscular impairments found in patients with neck pain disorders
  • Understand the influence of neuromuscular disturbances on repeated episodes of neck pain
  • Appreciate the mechanisms underpinning different exercise interventions

 

Webinar 13.06.2022

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This workshop will present a research-informed assessment and exercise approach for the management of neck pain. This exercise program includes a progressive range of neck exercises that are based on precise movement analysis and muscle testing. Relevant to clinical practice, such specific exercise programs to retrain muscle function in patients with neck pain have shown favourable responses in terms of improvements in pain, disability, and restoration of neuromuscular function. A practical course is available following the webinar where the participants will practice the assessment and exercise approach.

 

LEARNING GOALS:

  • Appreciate the importance of selection of neck exercises based on precise movement and muscle testing

  • Gain knowledge on a research informed exercise programme for the management of neck pain
  • Understand the theoretical background underpinning specific neck exercises for the management of neck pain

CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS

For each course  you will receive 2 CEU of 45 minutes each.

 

Enthält
  • Abschlusszertifikat

 

Über den Kurs
  • 2022
  • Rehabilitation aktiv / passiv, Patientenmanagement
  • Englisch

SPEAKER

Professor Deborah Falla is Chair in Rehabilitation Science and Physiotherapy at the University of Birmingham, UK and is the Director of the Centre of Precision Rehabilitation for Spinal Pain (CPR Spine). Her research focuses on optimizing the management of musculoskeletal disorders with a particular interest in spinal pain. She has published over 300 papers in international, peer-reviewed journals, and has delivered more than 40 keynote lectures. Additionally, she has delivered over 200 invited post-graduate workshops on the management of neck pain to health care practitioners in over 20 countries ensuring translation of her research to the benefit of the patient. Professor Falla has received several recognitions and awards for her work including the German Pain Research Prize in 2014, the George J. Davies - James A. Gould Excellence in Clinical Inquiry Award in 2009 and the Delsys Prize for Electromyography Innovation in 2004. Professor Falla is an author/editor of three books including the latest entitled “Management of neck pain disorders: a research informed approach” (Elsevier). Professor Falla acts as an Associate Editor for Musculoskeletal Science & Practice, the Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology and IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering. She was President of the International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology (ISEK) from 2016 to 2018.

BPhty(Hons), PhD
Deborah
Falla

Ausbildung und Werdegang

Professor Deborah Falla is Chair in Rehabilitation Science and Physiotherapy at the University of Birmingham, UK and is the Director of the Centre of Precision Rehabilitation for Spinal Pain (CPR Spine). Her research focuses on optimizing the management of musculoskeletal disorders with a particular interest in spinal pain. She has published over 300 papers in international, peer-reviewed journals, and has delivered more than 40 keynote lectures. Additionally, she has delivered over 200 invited post-graduate workshops on the management of neck pain to health care practitioners in over 20 countries ensuring translation of her research to the benefit of the patient. Professor Falla has received several recognitions and awards for her work including the German Pain Research Prize in 2014, the George J. Davies - James A. Gould Excellence in Clinical Inquiry Award in 2009 and the Delsys Prize for Electromyography Innovation in 2004. Professor Falla is an author/editor of three books including the latest entitled “Management of neck pain disorders: a research informed approach” (Elsevier). Professor Falla acts as an Associate Editor for Musculoskeletal Science & Practice, the Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology and IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering. She was President of the International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology (ISEK) from 2016 to 2018.


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Exercise for neck pain: A research informed approach
13.06.2022 bis 13.06.2022


€ 50,00
Kursort: Online
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Exercise for neck pain: A research informed approach

13.06.2022

 

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