Start date
17 June, 2018
End date
17 June, 2018
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This one-day course is designed for physical therapists. When pain is not resolving as usual scientific advancements can explain why and how to morph your clinical tools. Updating and reviewing pain biology research and theories assist you in important clinical areas; subjective assessment, objective testing, treatment planning, manual therapy, patient education, home exercise programs and outcome measures. New techniques and resources will assist your work satisfaction and help your patients move and live with more ease.


Pain Biology review and recent innovations.

     Interoception and Polyvagal Theory

     Applications in assessment and treatment

Manual therapy and pain biology

Exercise and return to function as pain management

Pain education

    Brief scripts, group and 1-1 principles

First 5 Steps

    Providing your expertise when pain persists

    Down-regulate nociception with physical inputs

Innovative products and resources

Case study: integration to effective clinical outcomes

Neil Pearson PT, MSc, BA-BPHE, C-IAYT, ERYT500 

Neil is an engaging educator, a skilled compassionate clinician. He is a physical therapist, yoga therapist, Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC and faculty member in yoga therapy certificate programs. Neil is the founding chair of the Canadian Physiotherapy Pan Science Division. He teaches throughout Canada and internationally, consulting to the Doctors of British Columbia and Pain BC, where he actively promotes PT as a vital, evidence-based aspect of effective pain management and prevention of chronic pain.  

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Event Cost
$300 + GST = $315
In person

Treloar Physiotherapy Clinic
595 West 8th Ave
Vancouver BC V5Z1C6

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This course is not provided through PABC. If you have any questions, please contact the private organizer.