Reasoning exercise dosage for persistent pain

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Category: 2019, Club Recordings
Published on: 07.10.2019


Paul Lagerman BSc PG Cert NZRP
PG Cert in Pain and Pain Management
BSc Hons in Physiotherapy
BSc Hons in Sports Rehabilitation

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About The Webinar

When it comes to exercise dosage, physiotherapy has had limited understanding. Traditionally, physiotherapy has adopted principles of strength training, primarily 3 sets of 10, which became the model of choice in many rehabilitation and fitness centres. Following tissue injury, deconditioning can occur through damaged tissue, immobilisation or protection of the injured body part. Therefore, it is entirely appropriate to reason strength training as a method of choice to support tissue reconditioning. However, using principles of fitness training may not be the same for when reasoning exercise for people living with pain. This webinar aims to briefly explore the utility of fitness training principles within persistent pain and strategies to implement and monitor exercise dosage using a current evidence base for individuals living with persistent pain.

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