BBTA Introduction to the Bobath Concept 22-23rd September, 27-28th October and 24-25th November 2017

Modules consist of theoretical and practical sessions and patient demonstrations.
The 'What is Normal Movement?' Module is prerequiesite for the Basic Bobath Course.
Course tutor: Ann Holland (Bobath Tutor)

Module I “Human movement analysis as a basis of clinical intervention”-22nd -23rd September 2017
This is a pre-requisite for attendance on the Basic Bobath Course THE BOBATH CONCEPT
This two day module is designed to introduce participants to the concept of movement analysis in the assessment and treatment of adults with neurological or neuromuscular dysfunction.
The module consists of a theoretical introduction to movement analysis, practical sessions, and a patient demonstration.

Learning outcomes for Module I
By the end of the course, the participants should be able to:
Describe key components relating to the analysis of positions / postural sets (sitting / standing) and movement sequences (sit to stand to sit.)
Identify key characteristics of efficient movement performance and recognise potential causes for lack of efficiency.
Understand the wide postural and tonal variations in the normal adult population.
Demonstrate efficient handling skills to facilitate movement from one postural set to another (sit to stand to sit.)
Apply knowledge of movement analysis to the assessment and treatment of patients with neurological dysfunction.

Module II-27th and 28th October 2017
The integration of postural control and selective movement for functional activities – Part A
This BBTA module will include patient demonstrations, theoretical and practical sessions. It will focus on the assessment and treatment of the acute and sub-acute patient.

Learning outcomes for Module II
By the end of the course, the participants should be able to:
Describe key components relating to the analysis of positions/posture sets (sitting and supine) and movement sequences (supine to sit, sit to supine.)
Analyse movement in terms of efficiency and recognise potential causes for lack of efficiency.
Understand the wide posture and tonal variation within the normal population.
Problem solve appropriate handling in individual models with respect to facilitation of movement.

Module III--24th and 25th November 2017
“The integration of postural control and selective movement for functional activities”-Part B
This BBTA module will include patient demonstrations, theoretical and practical sessions. It will focus on the assessment and treatment of the patient with more established movement dysfunction.

Learning outcomes for Module III
By the end of the course the participants should be able to:
Explain the pathophysiology and consequences of UMN syndrome.
Demonstrate a deeper understanding of postural and tonal variations within the normal population.
Problem solve appropriate handling in individual models to align/activate distal key points.
Draw upon improved assessment skills to treat a patient with established movement dysfunction.

Course tutor: Ann Holland (Bobath Tutor)
Cost £175 per module or £525 all modules

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BBTA An Introduction to the Bobath Concept 2017-September, October and November 2017

BBTA Introduction to the Bobath Concept 22-23rd September, 27-28th October and 24-25th November 2017

Modules consist of theoretical and practical sessions and patient demonstrations.

29/09/2017 - 24/11/2017
09:00 - 17:00
BBTA Introduction to the Bobath Concept 22-23rd September, 27-28th October and 24-25th November 2017

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Course Details

Tutor: Ann Holland
Contact: Alkida Domi
Tel: 020 3448 3476
Email: a.domi@nhs.net
Venue:
National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery
33 Queen Square
London
WC1N 3BG