lör 21 aug.|
Innovative pathways in pain rehabilitation
In this lecture, you will learn multiple innovative pathways as a stepping stone to modern research-based pain rehabilitation. Language is English. For therapists and personal trainers.
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21 aug. 2021 10:00 – 12:00
Pain rehabilitation is at a crossroad; we need to undertake major and significant change, if we are to secure the clinical freedom and range of benefits, we want (as noted by Max Zumman).
First and foremost, we need to abandon our outmoded and overly simplified biomedical based reasoning. We need to adapt and modify our governing theories and narratives that serve as guidance for our clinical reasoning.
To do this we need to take a self-critical look at the many hidden assumptions that we blindly have adopted. Updating this world-view is a large part of learning the skills of providing modern research-based pain rehabilitation.
Our resistance in updating our models of care is typically the most substantial barrier to innovation in our field, in a way we are blinded by our own assumptions and historical ways of seeing our field.
In the lecture, you will learn multiple innovative pathways as a stepping stone to modern research-based pain rehabilitation. Get an updated approach to the treatment of people with pain that you can immediately apply in your clinical practice, that reinforces and enhances the approach you already use.
The lecture is held by Lars Avemarie.