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The Physiotherapy Pain Association Introductory Course: Psychologically informed approaches to physiotherapy assessment and management of pain

The Physiotherapy Pain Association Introductory Course


Psychologically informed approaches to physiotherapy assessment and management of pain


A two-day course run by the Physiotherapy Pain Association in collaboration with Pain Training and Education


Tutors: Dr Pete Gladwell and Emma Bartlett


This course introduces the theory and evidence base for cognitive and behavioural approaches to pain management. The biopsychosocial assessment of musculoskeletal pain is linked to individualised treatment planning and there is emphasis on practical skills development.


This course is suitable for physiotherapists aiming to enhance their knowledge and develop skills in psychologically informed physiotherapy practice.


The course is relevant for physiotherapists working in outpatient departments, pain services and private practice.



Date: Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th March 2018, 9.30am - 4.30pm.

Venue: Weston General Hospital, Grange Road,Uphill, Weston Super Mare, BS23 4TQ


Closing date for applications: Friday 2nd March 2018

For further information about the course please visit the webpage


Places will not be confirmed until payment is received, payment can be made by using one of the links below.  Discounted rates will only be allowed if valid membership details are held, or a completed membership form and payment are provided.

Members: £200

Non Members: £220


Reservation is a contract. Cancellations must be made in writing and will be subject to a 10% administration charge.

No refunds will be made for cancellations notified within seven days of the event, but substitute delegates will be accepted at any time.

For course enquiries please email Kate McAllister c/o





This course was previously known as “An introduction to the Cognitive-Behavioural Approach to the management of pain”


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