Introduction to the Online Injury Rehabilitation Course, that covers The Neurophysiology of Pain, Muscle injuries and healing times, Tendon Injuries and Healing times and Ligament Injury and healing times and rehabilitation exercises for muscle injuries, rehabilitation exercises for tendon injuries and rehabilitation exercises for ligament injuries
What exactly is pain? The basic neurophysiology behind pain and how pain is created in the brain and what its purpose is.
What is nociception? What is the purpose nociception? Why do we feel pain and how does pain travel through our body?
What is the biopsychosocial model? How is the perception of pain heightened when we factor in the biological factors, the psychological factors and the social problems that suffering pain might create, or the suffer may anticipate creating
Understanding what are the Dangers In Me Vs the Safeties in Me and how do DIMs and Sims effect pain and the awareness of potential threats.
Ollie talks through a Case Study of the potential scenario surrounding a Footballer with an old Hamstring Injury feels a slight twinge in the same hamstring just before the season begins. Might they be more sensitive to the pain based on their history and the timing of the injury?
Recap over what is nociception, what is its purpose, why do we benefit from it and how that effects our belief system around pain and function.
What is the difference between Nociceptive Pain and Chronic Pain. What are the signs and symptoms of chronic pain? How to better understand when an acute pain or gradual onset pain becomes chronic and what we can start to do about it
What are the changes that occur as disinhibition of the nervous system. What kind of shift in neurochemistry is caused by ongoing pain. The increase in sensitivty to noxious and non-noxious stimuli. How does the sensory cortex re-organise itself. What kind of emotional changes occur and what kind of alterations will the rest of our nervous system undergo. Pain L9 - Graded Motor Imaging (GMI) Paradigm for managing Chronic Pain from David Butler Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Phantom Limb Pain Stroke Patients Post surgical immobilisation pain
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