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Pain and Pathophysiology

The British School of Osteopathy

Saturday, 1 July 2017 from 09:30 to 17:30 (BST)

Pain and Pathophysiology

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Full Delegate 30 Jun 2017 £135.00 £0.00
BSO Student or Alumnus 30 Jun 2017 £121.50 £0.00
BSO Staff or 500 Club Member 30 Jun 2017 £109.00 £0.00

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Pain and Pathophysiology - anintensive one-day course exploring persistent pain. Pain experts, Danny Orchard and Hubert van Griensven have teamed up to teach you how to manually treat pain from a mechanism-based perspective. You will review the basic neurophysiology of pain and cover topics such as the physiological effects of manual therapy, history taking and clinical testing. You will also get the opportunity to learn by examining case studies and treatment approaches.

This course is worth 7 hours of CPD and upon completion, you will receive a certificate. 

*Please note there will be a reading list which you will be required to complete prior to the course starting. This will ensure all delegates are on a similar level upon starting the course.

A bit about the course leaders

Hubert van Griensven is a qualified physiotherapist and a Senior Lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire, where he leads an MSc module in Pain. Hubert has also completed an MSc in Pain from King’s College London and has written various papers in Pain. He has published a textbook on Pain Physiology in Manual Therapy Practice and a further textbook on Pain with contributions from experts around the world. Hubert also holds a PhD from the University of Brighton.

Daniel Orchard is a qualified osteopath and teaches NMS and Pain Science at the BSO. Daniel also holds an MSC in Pain from King’s College London and presented his dissertation on the Lived Experience of Headaches at the Paris OSEAN conference in 2012. Daniel regularly undertakes peer review on the subject of pain and lectures internationally on pain to healthcare practitioners.


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The British School of Osteopathy Teaching Centre
275 Borough High Street
SE1 1JE London
United Kingdom

Saturday, 1 July 2017 from 09:30 to 17:30 (BST)


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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.

Steven Vogel
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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