Price: 550 €
At the end of this training, the professional will be able to have an overview of the knowledge and theories which govern our understanding of pain today.
He will be able to develop a patient-centered management of pain by having a clinical reasoning allowing him to adapt to the various dysfunctions of the somatosensory system involved.
To do this, he will integrate tools that he already masters such as therapeutic exercise and manual therapy and will discover new tools such as hypnosis and mindfulness as well as various communicational aspects.
Understand the mechanisms and the different components of pain, by updating the knowledge and theories that today govern our understanding of pain
Develop patient-centered care, to identify the risk factors for the chronicization of pain and adapt to the dysfunctions of the somatosensory system involved
Learn to integrate non-drug therapies of the pain patient such as therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, hypnosis, mindfulness as well as various communicational aspects
List of target audiences
Multi-professional action for DE chiropodists, DE physiotherapists, DO osteopaths, doctors
There is no other prerequisite to register for this training than to be a professional in one of the targeted professions.
Duration of training and organizational arrangements
The duration of the training: 14 hours,
Over 2 days
Max workforce: 20 people
1. Multidimensional pain
- Theories and definitions
- Biology of nociception
- A role of inflammation
- Pain as a perception
- Motor psycho-social factors
2. Evaluate to treat
- Pain intensity, Disabilities and Function
- Patient goals
- Conduct the interrogation and psychological factors
- Physical, nociplastic and neuropathic components
3. Pain management
- Set short-term goals
- Target psychological factors
- Communication strategies
- Our therapeutic means
4. The context
- Take an interest in drugs
- The role of other professionals
- Manage imagery
- The practitioner's beliefs and the influence on the patient
Anthony Halimi is a liberal physiotherapist from Dijon. Since practicing, he has developed a passion for the physiology of pain, clinical reasoning, research and analysis of scientific literature and Evidence Based Practice.
He has increased training in modern areas of care for painful patients: Know Pain by Mike Stewart, Explain Pain by Lorimer Moseley, Retrain Pain Masterclass, Hypnosis in physiotherapy, Jo Nijs' training on central awareness. ..
He also devotes a large part of his time to sharing his knowledge, particularly within the Pain GI of the French Society of Physiotherapy , the Kinéfact site (relevant resources for a factual practice of physiotherapy), during conferences for the Physiotherapy Society of Burgundy or on his own blog .
Graduated in Masso-Kinesitherapy in 2015, Anthony Halimi very quickly specialized in pain management and began to engage in the transmission of knowledge in 2018.
DPC : En attente de validation
FIFPL : Validé (Formation susceptible d'être prise en charge, sous réserve des budgets annuels) pour les kinésithérapeutes.
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