This is the first of a 2 part course – completion of part 2 is NOT a pre-requisite for attendance
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Using clinical reasoning and objective testing to utilise positional release (strain-counterstrain) effectively and efficiently to treat pain and dysfunction, including:-
- Pain mechanisms related to the effectiveness of positional release
- Screening objective testing – whole body/system scanning to find primary restrictions
- Specific objective testing linking specific positional release techniques for the cranium, cervical, thoracic and lumber spine, rib cage, shoulder girdle, pelvis, hip, knee and foot/ankle
More course content to follow.
Simon Cabot began his career as a physiotherapist in Adelaide, graduating from the University of South Australia in 1998. He spent the first 5 years of his career predominantly managing and treating elite athletes from Australian Rules football, track & field, netball and cricket. After moving to the UK, Simon worked in a variety of settings including the MoD (both Army and Airforce), private practice and the NHS. For the past 13 years, he has worked ‘in house’ at numerous investment banks, law and consultancy firms and within a private clinic in London, where he specialises in persistent pain. He has increasingly practiced within the osteopathic paradigm and has a strong interest in visceral approaches.
Simon is an experienced lecturer who has taught an holistic interpretation of strain-counterstrain for many years; he has extensive teaching experience with the Manual Therapy Institute, which specialises in education about strain-counterstrain, and has been teaching postgraduate courses to osteopaths and physiotherapists for over 10 years. Simon is a member of the European School of Osteopathy’s International Faculty, lecturing in Visceral Manipulation and Strain-counterstrain, and is also a teaching assistant at the Barral Institute for Visceral Manipulation 1/2/3/4 and Listening Techniques 1.