Alternative Health Practitioner Body Work Skills Course Pain Management Launched

An alternative health college has launched The Practitioner Assessment Skills Course to help health practitioners develop their skills with various pain-relieving movements.

Vancouver, Canada - March 26, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Bowen College, an international school for dedicated health practitioners has launched The Practitioner Assessment Skills Course in keeping with its mission to transform how the world perceives health.

For more information see https://www.bowencollege.com

The launch of this course will continue to add a knowledge base and skill set to practitioners around the world. Bowen is a resource for holistic, natural pain management for patients and their families. They help patients and their families feel empowered on their journey to wellness.

The Practitioner Assessment Skills Course is broken up into several modules. Module 1 is focused on a general assessment that includes the lower back, neck shoulders, and fascial release techniques. Module 2 deals with the lower back review, sacral, coccyx, hamstrings, knees, and ankles. Other modules deal with cranial considerations about “The hidden imposter” and “Practical Implications”.

The Practitioner Assessment Skills Course is a 5 x 1 day or 1 x 3-day program. The course is a combination of effective assessment techniques developed from many different sources. These include direct practical contact with four of Tom Bowen’s original six students, plus many other notable practitioners of Australian and overseas bodywork.

The Course plan is designed to provide an efficient and effective way of assessing clients receiving Bowen therapy with an emphasis on understanding the process of change. Based on 26 years of experience as a practitioner, the course covers assessments of all the main Bowen areas/procedures.

The assessment techniques includes visual, palpation, orthopedic, kinesiological, intuitive, fascial, hydrostatic as well as those developed by the author for own experience and that of learning from four of Mr. Bowen’s original students.

The Practitioner Assessment Skills Course will teach the student to understand a conceptual philosophy underpinning Bowen therapy both at a macro and micro level. Participants will learn to assess various parts of the body and evaluate paths of dysfunction.

They will be taught to devise appropriate treatment options and evaluate the effect of the move/s on different parts of the body during the treatment. Finally, they will be taught to re-evaluate the effectiveness of the treatment process.

The course participant will learn, be able to explain and reproduce in a manner consistent with other practitioners; subjective and objective measures defined by visual, intuitive, biomechanical, fascial, hydrostatic and kinesiological outcomes.

Developed from the experience of thousands of clinical hours as a remedial and Bowen therapist, The Practitioner Assessment Skills Course incorporates a blend of orthopedic, kinesiological, fascial and intuitive assessment techniques.

This launch of this practical course will provide the practitioner with range assessment and validation skills to enhance their practice. It is open to all practitioners, the course will cover pre and post-treatment assessments.

For further information on this course and other offerings see the above URL.

Contact Info:
Name: Manon Bolliger
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Organization: Bowen College
Address: 101-1001 West Broadway Ave Unit #689, Vancouver, — BC V6H 4E4, Canada
Phone: +1-866-362-6936
Website: http://www.bowencollege.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88951217

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