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Biopsychosocial Influences on Movement Quality in Low Back Pain - It Can be Disabling!

Biopsychosocial Influences on Movement Quality in Low Back Pain - It Can be Disabling!

Biopsychosocial Influences on Movement Quality in Low Back Pain - It Can be Disabling!

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This educational session from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) Congress 2021 discusses how movement is linked to psychosocial factors, sensory hypersensitivity, and pain – all in the context of clinical rehabilitation. The entire session is embedded within an interactive case study (e.g., video/audio of a patient) and discusses how a treatment approach based in principles of 'cognitive functional therapy' can be applied to improve management.


Speakers

Patrick Ippersiel is a PhD candidate in Rehabilitation Sciences at McGill University. His work is studying the relationship between pain sensitivity, psychological factors, and movement in persistent low back pain. Patrick is a FCAMPT clinician with over 10 years of experience and is a sessional lecturer at McGill University in the Professional Master's program. He completed his BSc. in Physiotherapy at McGill University in 2007 and his Clinical Master in Physiotherapy at Curtin University in Australia. He is currently a part of the Executive for the CPA's Pain Science Division.

Andrij Ferguson has over 10 years of clinical experience in private orthopedic settings, working with the general population as well as athletes from a wide variety of sports. He graduated from McGill University with a BSc in Physical Therapy in 2007, from Curtin University in Australia with a Clinical Master of Physical Therapy in 2011, and is currently a DSc.PT candidate at Andrews University in Michigan. Andrij has also gained valuable experience as a clinical instructor and sessional instructor with McGill University, as well as serving as the physiotherapy consultant for the College Français Longueuil Junior AAA hockey team since 2013.

 

Access to this recording will be FREE for anyone who has registered for CPA Congress 2021, Day 3.

Check your emails for the coupon code. If you have not received this contact pd@physiotherapy.ca

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Canadian Physiotherapy Association

As the vital partner for the profession, the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) leads, advocates, and inspires excellence and innovation to promote health. CPA’s goal is to provide exceptional service, valuable information and connections to the profession of physiotherapy, across Canada and around the world.
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