The structure and function of the central nervous system is intricately related to nutritional intake and status. This session highlights the roles of specific dietary components in the development, function and maintenance of the brain. With applications including enhancing child IQ, improving concentration and focus in the workplace, dealing with chronic fatigue and staving off dementia, understanding the role of nutrition in the CNS is a vital aspect of wholistic health. Special relevance: Improving energy/vitality, focus and cognitive ability
Mental health issues are becoming increasingly common. This course introduces first aid for mental health to health professionals with an interest in gaining a better understanding of common mental health illnesses affecting their patients or colleagues.
This virtual running workshop will help you understand the fundamentals of running bio-movements (biomechanics), efficient running form and how you can prepare yourself or clients to have a successful running career and decrease incidence of injuries. The concepts are based on arts and science of running movement.
The Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) qualification is ideal for those working in lower hazard environments and/or with smaller teams (i.e. less than 50 people). The qualification is nationally recognised and meets the requirements of the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981, and the informative and enjoyable one-day course (which is delivered by a fully qualified and experienced Osteopath) will equip learners with the skills and confidence to respond to a range of first aid incidents and emergencies.
Everyday in practice we encounter patients who have suffered physical trauma in many forms and at different stages of their life and development. With highly developed palpatory skills, osteopaths have a unique insight into the effects of trauma.