Active Health Group
osteopathy, sports therapy, manipulative therapy
A theoretical and practical Qualification in manipulative Therapy
Accredited by the Sports Therapy Organisation
Course Tutor: Cameron Reid BSc(hons) DO
Aims and Objectives:
- An introduction to the disciplines and techniques employed in the study of manipulative therapy
- Providing students with opportunities to strengthen their knowledge in biomechanics, osteopathy, ethics and health
- Providing opportunities for students to combine and integrate their learning within the context of their professional development and practice.
- To introduce students to the processes underlying injury and disease through the study of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and trauma.
- The acquisition of a sound theoretical base and improved patient assessment skills leading to enhanced diagnostic and clinical decision making abilities
- Through the work-based component, the application of theory to clinical practice
- A commitment to study at level 5
- Independent thought and study
- Analytical and critical ability in the use of evidence in problem solving
- Core skills including the ability to present, communicate and discuss ideas and concepts clearly, concisely and logically, both orally and in writing.
- Interaction with others in a way that is conducive to maintaining or enhancing professional relationships, including team-working.
- The ability to compare, contrast and summarise information from a wide variety of sources.
Dates in 2015:
22nd June - 27th June 2015
, sports therapy