Schmerzen Verstehen, Zurich

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Schmerzen Verstehen, Zurich
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Martina Egan-Moog

Switzerland

October 9, 2019 -

October 10, 2019

Course Host: Susi Lehner
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Ein interaktives Seminar in dem dargestellt wird, wie das Schmerzsystem arbeitet wenn Gefahr für Gewebe und Nerven besteht. Was passiert im Gehirn bei einer Schmerzwahrnehmung und wie wirkt sich Stress im Zusammenhang mit Schmerz aus. Der Kurs ist interdisziplinär ausgerichtet, so dass Teilnehmer aus möglichst vielen Berufsgruppen, die mit Schmerzpatienten arbeiten, daran teilnehmen können Neurowissenschaften können Spaß machen. Entdecken Sie die neuesten Erkenntnisse über das Schmerzgedächtnis, die Schmerzknotenpunkte, das ‘Verwischen’ von Gehirnarealen und über so genannte ‘zurückfeuernde’ Nerven. Lernen Sie wie das Immunsystem, das vegetative System und Kortisol die Schmerzwahrnehmung beeinflussen.
Folgende wissenschaftlich nachgewiesene Behandlungsmethoden werden in diesem Kurs unterrichtet: Patientenschulung für eine verbesserte Schmerzbewältigung und Schmerzverständnis, ‘Pacing’ von schmerzauslösenden Bewegungen im Rahmen einer allmählichen Belastungssteigerung, virtuelle Körperübungen – d.h. Übungen für alle neuralen Synapsen und nicht nur für die Muskeln.

Pre-requisites
Grundlage für diesen Kurs ist das Buch ‘Schmerzen verstehen’ von David Butler und Lorimer Moseley.
Voraussetzungen/Zielgruppe: PhysiotherpeutInnen, ErgotherapeutInnen, ÄrtzInnen, PsychologInnen

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Martina Egan Moog MSc, Post Grad Manip Ther
Languages: English/Deutsch, Regions: Australasia/Europe
Courses: Schmerzen Verstehen

Martina Egan-Moog

Martina completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy (1996) and a Masters by Science degree (1999) at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. From 1999 to 2003, she worked with an interdisciplinary team in a Cognitive-Behavioural-Therapy (CBT) programme for chronic pain patients at the Pain Management and Research Centre (PMRC), University of Sydney. In May/June 2003, Martina and her husband put pain management strategies into practice with an unassisted cycle tour across Australia covering the 4,000 kms from Perth to Sydney.
Those memories accompanied her back to Germany and Switzerland for the following 10 years where she worked in specialised roles with chronic pain patient in outpatient and private practice, teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate courses about Physiology of Pain and Pain Management, and publishing in German and English speaking journals and books. As an active member of the SIG ‘Pain and Movement’ (German Pain Association) she remains committed in design and delivery of the first ‘specialisation programme for pain physiotherapy’ based on the IASP curriculum for pain education that piloted in 2014 in Germany.
She has since returned to Australia and currently lives in Melbourne with her family. She has reconnected back with the PMRC in a training capacity and tutors  for Latrobe University on the Physiotherapy Sports/Musculoskeletal Masters Programme. Clinically she works in an outpatient Pain Network Program (Precision Ascend, Heidelberg) as well as in the Barbara Walker Centre for Pain Management at St. Vincents hospital with chronic pain patients.
Martina’s main interest is to bridge research findings from pain sciences and behavioural medicine with clinical practice.

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