Functional Rehabilitation CPD
Holistic Patient-Centred Care
What past participants said
(Osteopaths, Physios, Chiropractors, Pilates and Yoga Teachers)
“Immediately applicable principles and techniques”
“Have already found improvements in delegates practiced on”
“I think this will really help clear up chronic cases that have not responded well to treatment”
“Very engaging, easy to understand and to practice”
“Using stretching as diagnosis tool”
“This was completely new to me”
“Chain theory rather than working muscles in isolation”
“Encouraged and made me more confident in use of stretches”
“Excellent, thoroughly enjoyed Robin’s delivery & knowledge”
“Clear presentation, just the right amount of information”
“Great stuff to put into action”
Individual and Group Pricing
2 to 4 or up to 12 Participants - BOOK by DEC 31sr 2023 - 25% off!
- Goal-setting & Practical skills
- 2-4 participants
- 75 minutes
- Remote training
- Goal-setting & Practical skills
- 3 x 75 min Hour Blocks
- 2 to 4 participants
- Remote training
- 1-2 Day onsite Bespoke Workshop
- Up to 16-18 delegates
- UK & Europe
- 7 CPD hours Per Day
We offer students and new graduate groups reduced rates – Please enquire!
How Can the FAR Approach Benefit the Practitioner
FAR can reduce the stress on your body by combining the best concepts of other myo-facial treatment techniques. The patient is fully involved in the treatment process so that you can get better results by working cooperatively, and it’s easy to monitor changes in the patient to measure the effectiveness of the approach.
3D Assessment - 3D Prescription Exercise - 3D Functional Treatment
3D Assessment Modules
Global Functional 3D Active Assessments & Benchmarking Modules
Muscle Chain evaluation
Active Palpation skills
Functional evaluation of Symmetry & Stability
Stance & Strength,
Coordination & Whole Body integration
3D Prescription Exercise
3D Prescriptive Remedial & Rehab exercise
NEW Muscle Chain Tools
Adapt & Enhance stretches
Real life exercise
Breathing & Mindfulness
3D Functional Condition Topics
FAR 3D Hands-on Care & Management
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Shoulder girdle Dysfunction
- LB & Sciatica
- Knee & Hip Joint Prehab & Rehab
- Shoulder Hand Syndrome Elbow / Grip
- Tension & Postural Head aches
- Foot Arch pain – Plantar Fasciitis
FAR Demonstration & review Videos
FAR demonstration videos and Interviews with Osteopath delegates during University College of Osteopathy (BSO) Postgraduate workshops
FAR can help with Chronic Stiffness and Dysfunction
Flexible Pick and Mix Style to suit your Development needs
Coaching sessions Format
First session Goal setting for your Development needs and Module selection
PICK & MIX topics Choose what fits best with you current experience and patient needs
Take notes & pictures or video As an aid to your learning during coaching practical
1-2 Week gap between coaching Giving you time to explore new approaches in Practice
Book sessions flexibly as needed to fulfil your learning goals as you progress
About Robin Lansman Osteopath AHP
- Clinical Director, Body Back-Up Healthcare since 1988
- Appears regularly on BBC TV and Radio
- Past Institute of Osteopathy President
- Past Senior Clinical Tutor at BSO (now UCO) Sports Injury Clinic for over 10 years
- Post graduate lecturer and undergraduate dissertation supervisor at Masters Degree level
- COGUK coaching programme Lead
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What You'll Need for Your Coached training
You’ll need a laptop and webcam or Smart Phone.
We will be using Cliniko or MS Teams for the video sessions.
Exercise ball 25cm, Various fit bands 1.5m long and some 1 or 2 kg hand weights.
Please wear loose gym clothes and make some floor space available.
A stable chair or stool would also be useful
CPD Requirements Covered by FAR COACHING
Allow 3 hours total CPD per coached hour for review & reflection in practice
One big note from past delegates has been “improved feedback and communication with patients” A CPD requirement is exploring communication and consent.
General Osteopathic Council Practice Standards for CPD requirements covered as part of the FAR training and coaching include:
A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6 Communication and Patient Partnership
B1, B3, B4 Knowledge Skills and Performance to Support Work as an Osteopath
C1, C2 Safety and Quality in Practice
Benefits of the FAR Approach
The FAR process gives you the chance to communicate, explain, educate and explore your findings with your patient, in a very clear and easy to understand way.
Gaining Patient consent for your care is vital but so is their “buy in” They go hand in hand!
Sharing honest progress feedback and level of adherence to your advice and care plan is paramount to make the care individual to the patients needs too!
The FAR process often elicits patient “recollections” about the detailed history of their journey in pain and stiffness.
This detail can further inform your “case history” and help guide your care plan with even more accuracy.
Finally, the FAR approach keeps the practitioner on a flexible pathway, or WORKING DIAGNOSIS, that iteratively adapts to patient feedback and outcomes, without “chasing symptoms”.
Handling each symptom individually in some cases can take the “care plan” off track and not deal thoroughly with the underlying imbalances and habitual dysfunction that drive the presenting patient, into a chronic status quo, with little lasting change. A good case history underpins the physical examination.
Learn More or Book a Group CPD Session
Coaching for MSK professionals with case study examples and practical workshops both online and in person.
Ideal for individuals or groups of 4 to 6 as coached sessions, or workshops for larger groups.
After booking you will receive a ‘pick and mix’ form to tailor your training to your requirements