Integrating a Play Based Approach in Rehabilitation Podcast
The integration of play into rehabilitation and its relation to Biopsychosocial care presented by two Chiropractors based in the UK. This presentation will be very relevant to AEPs and AES' as the discussion will be about movement variance and S&C principles.
This is a recording of an ESSA webinar presented on 14 December 2021.
Presented by Paul Cambridge, BSc (Hons), DC, MChiro and Luke Davies, University of South Wales and a Co-Director at "Back to Roots"
Luke helped found Back to Roots in 2017 in Wales. He is a leader in rehab at the University of South Wales, where he continues to lecture today. Luke has spoken internationally in Argentina, Hungary, Italy, USA, Australia, Norway, Finland on B2R rehab methods. He was co-creator with Paul to make a 12 week self management programme for low back pain, currently undergoing ORCHA approval for being released to the NHS.
Learning outcomes include:
* What is play and why should we and our clients take it seriously?
* Overview of key concepts B2R utilise for implementation.
* Exposure to applying these concepts in practice.
* Awareness of key literature on the topic.
* Implementation resources.
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