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Sensory-Motor Dysregulation - An Effective Target for Persistent Pain

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  • Welcome and Resources
  • Powerpoint Slides (6 slides/page)
  • Powerpoint Slides (2 slides/page)
  • Exercise Reframed Lab Book
  • Reassessment Questionnaires
  • The Fremantle Perineal Awareness Questionnaire
  • Phenotyping Cheat sheet with Questionnaire Scores
  • Free HEP Trial on Embodia for Reframe Rehab Students
  • Pre-Course Reading
  • Sensing the Body in Chronic Pain: A Review of Psychophysical Studies Implicating Altered Body Representation
  • Part 1: Exercise Reframed
  • Introduction
  • Part 1: Section 1
  • Case Study #1: Rosie Camper
  • Case Study #2: Peter Michael
  • Case Study #3: Virtual Consult with Emily
  • Case Study #3: Virtual Consult Debrief
  • Case Study #3: The Problem of Emily
  • Case Study #4: Alexa's Mechanical Assessment
  • Part 1: Section 2
  • Profiling: Does it Matter Which Modality
  • Question and Answer Period
  • Part 1: Homework
  • Theory on Sensory Motor Dysregulation
  • Body Talks Slide Deck
  • Part 1 Feedback
  • Part 2
  • Assessing Sensori-Motor Smudging: Using the FreBAQ
  • Part 2: Section 1
  • We. All. Look. At. The. World. With. A. Bias.
  • Part 2: Section 2
  • Brain Maps Adapt Quickly
  • Part 2: Section 3
  • Why Do We Address Sensory Motor Dysregulation
  • Part 2: Section 4
  • How Do We Assess Sensory-Motor Dysregulation?
  • Part 2: Section 5
  • Fremantle Perineal Awareness Questionnaire
  • Part 2: Section 6
  • Explaining Smudging with Dr. David Butler
  • Homework for Section 2
  • Question and Answer Period
  • Part 2 Feedback
  • Part 3: Section 1
  • Question and Answer Period
  • Part 3: Section 2
  • Week One Review
  • Part 3: Section 3
  • Global Remapping Using Qi Gong
  • Part 3: Section 4
  • Breathing Qi Gong Practice
  • Part 3: Section 5
  • Qi Gong vs. Dynamic ROM vs. Yin Yoga
  • Part 3: Section 6
  • Dynamic Full Body FACE the DAY and Clinical Reasoning
  • Part 3: Section 7
  • Case Study for Clinical Reasoning for Remapping below the Median
  • Part 3: Section 8
  • Dynamic, Non-threatening, Novel Movement
  • Part 3: Section 9
  • Global Remapping; Addressing Function
  • Part 3 Feedback
  • Part 4: Section 1
  • Question and Answer Period
  • Part 4: Section 2
  • Recap of Michelle‚Äôs Case Study
  • Part 4: Section 3
  • Breaking Down Biomechanical Beliefs
  • Part 4: Section 4
  • Part 2/3 Review
  • Part 4: Section 5
  • Evoking the Relaxation Response
  • Part 4: Section 6
  • Specific Remapping Exercises Above the Median
  • Part 4: Section 7
  • Body Schema: Three Key Components
  • Part 4: Section 8
  • Cognitive Sensory Discrimination
  • Part 4: Section 9
  • A Guide to Remapping Exercises
  • Part 4: Section 10
  • Novel Movement Practices: Blended Feldenkrais and Franklin Work
  • Part 4: Section 11
  • Using Balls to Create Novelty: Remapping of the Neck/Shoulders/Upper Back
  • Part 4: Section 12
  • Take the Old and Make It New: Rethinking Stretching Exercises For The Neck
  • Part 4: Section 13
  • Creating Arousal: Remapping Exercises for Happy Feet
  • Part 4: Section 14
  • Lumbopelvic Pain Using a Broader Lens
  • Part 4: Section 15
  • Remapping of the Pelvis, Sacrum, Tailbone and Hips
  • Part 4: Section 16
  • Remapping of the Hip Flexors
  • Part 4: Section 17
  • Summary: Benefits of Body Remapping Exercises
  • Part 4 Feedback
  • Part 5
  • Special Considerations for the Pelvic Floor: The Brand- NEW FrePAQ
  • Part 6: Post Course Written Resources
  • Understanding Remapping Exercises
  • Cueing the Pelvic Floor for Strengthening (Women)
  • Cueing the Pelvic Floor for Strengthening (Men)
  • Exploring your Genitals
  • Re-assessment Questionnaires
  • Questionnaire Scoring Summary Sheet
  • Pain Stages of Change Questionnaire
  • Finalized Fremantle Perineal Awareness Questionnaire
  • Congrats and what's next
  • Congrats and what's next
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