San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Ergonomics is a huge part of health and wellbeing; many of your patients are likely to be experiencing pain influenced by the set-up of their workstations. This course is an ideal introduction to ergonomics, linking to applications which can be put into practice by all manual therapists. The workshop is hugely popular and always sells out.
- Ability to evaluate patients in relation to computer workstations and manual handling
- Ability to train patients in ergonomics so that they are more aware of how to prevent injury
- Gain knowledge and skills to support your patients with injuries or problems influenced by their workplace environment
Who is the course suitable for?
This course is ideal for all manual therapists including osteopaths, chiropractors and physiotherapists.
Who is the course leader?
David Annett is a practising osteopath and freelance ergonomics consultant. His degree in ergonomics coupled with over 15 years’ experience in this discipline mean he is ideally placed for advising manual therapists in this area.
Are there opportunities to learn more about this area?
After completing this course, you are eligible to attend the Advanced Ergonomics course, which is also run by David Annett.
When & Where
The British School of Osteopathy
The BSO is the oldest osteopathic institution in Europe. It is at the forefront of CPD education for osteopaths and welcomes participants from other professions. We pride ourselves on the quality and diversity of our CPD programme and the speakers who deliver our CPD; delegates consistently provide us with excellent feedback.
Our courses are designed so that participants can incorporate what they have learned directly into their daily practice. We use research evidence, peer-to-peer sharing, and practical experience to uphold standards and support the refreshment and extension of core skills.
Our vision is to provide a programme of CPD courses that are:
- High-quality, topical, evidence-based and provided by experts from a range of professional backgrounds
- Open to professionals in and outside the UK using a variety of formats including face-to-face and multimedia
- In line with the regulatory expectations for continuing professional development
- Informed by contemporary teaching approaches and include practical and experiential learning
- Informed by the feedback we receive from our participants
We would value your feedback and ideas for new CPD via CPD@bso.ac.uk or +44 (0)20 7089 5333.
Vice Principal (Research), British School of Osteopathy
Editor-in-Chief, The International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine
Dr Jerry Draper-Rodi
CPD Manager and Lecturer, British School of Osteopathy
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