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  • Paradigms of Thought

Like a good coach progressively loads an athlete, the aim of any course should be to progressively load and stretch the participant.

We begin by ensuring the foundational knowledge of each subject is covered. The participant will have the option to pause a while and visit papers and/or online resources to refresh the memory. From there we can explore an aspect, or aspects, in greater detail.


My approach considers paradigms of thought, silos of information in each particular area. These paradigms obviously don't stand alone. The body is a whole, so we can begin to create an image of how the paradigms overlap. It's unique for each patient and we can recognise how paradigms carry different relevance for each particular patient.

This is an unconventional way of thinking about manual therapy. Many times the student will be left to reach their own conclusion on a thought process postulated. Too many courses provide black and white definitive answers to ‘fix’ patients. That is not the intention of this content.

The aim is to develop a thoughtful questioning therapist.

For Therapists

Course Content
  • Course Content

  1. Working in paradigms

  2. Intro to hands on soft tissue work

  3. Musculoskeletal anatomy

  4. An Orthopaedic approach

  5. Biomechanical Alignment

  6. Fascial plasticity

  7. Negotiating with nerves

  8. Pain & Nociception

  9. Cellular mechanics
  10. Manual intervention techniques and targets:

       Working with patient dysfunction

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