Courses and lectures for 2024

Travel-2023

These are my speaking engagements, online lectures, and courses for the year. Prices may vary between courses depending on the location, country, venue, and the included “extras” of the specific venue, like meals and coffee, etc. The course is on both days from 09.00 to 17.30, if not another time is specified. The course schedule can be subject to change due to my travel arrangements.

Neuroscientific painmodulation is an innovative two-day course focusing on pain research and pain modulation. The course has well over 500 scientific peer-review articles. As such, the course represents an uncompromising and comprehensive inquiry into the interprofessional field of pain rehabilitation, pain research, and pain modulation.

The Neuroscientific painmodulation course workbook is an essential part of the course and should set the stage for continual work with the material and the principles learned in the course. The updated and extended workbook and manual now have over 50 pages of written content and an additional 72 pages of research material (in some locations, this additional material is provided after the course). The material aids and facilitates the update of the governing theories, narratives, philosophies, and worldviews that there are in pain management.

 

 

International courses and lectures in 2023
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Neuroscientific painmodulation on 8.-9. June in Kamloops, Canada. Register and reserve your spot here. The course is hosted by Wellandable; contact Mike Reoch for more information.

Neuroscientific painmodulation on 7.-8. September in Phoenix, USA. Register and reserve your spot here. The course is hosted by Paragon Athletics; contact Ryan Whited for more information.

Neuroscientific painmodulation on 19.-20. October in São Paulo, Brazil. Contact Leonardo Nascimento for more information.

Neuroscientific painmodulation on 9.-10. November in Prague, Czech Republic. Register and reserve your spot here. The course is hosted by Elite Performance Institute; contact Martin Snášel for more information.

 

 

The Neuroscientific painmodulation course, webinars, and my lectures are aimed and geared towards anyone working professionally with people in pain, like Physiotherapists, Naprapaths, Chiropractors, Massage Therapists, Osteopaths, MDs, Nurses, Occupational Therapists. 



A “Diploma of Participation” will be provided to recognize attendance to participants who attend both days.