Teaching – Continuing Education

What is Clinical Theory for Manual Therapy?

Clinical theory is very important as it provides the necessary foundation with which we can build our practice. Without clinical theory, clinical reasoning can not exist. Higgs and Jones (1) have defined clinical reasoning as a process in which a therapist, interacting with the patient, helps structure meaning, goals, and health management strategies based on clinical data, patient choices, and professional judgment and knowledge (from Clinical Theory). Three Peaks Teaching and Research Clinic believes that clinical theory is the bedrock of our profession and we work hard to provide courses that contribute to expanding our knowledge base and the application of clinical theory in our practice.

Continuing Education Classes 2017

The Nature of Injuries: determining the cause, the best treatment options and how to prevent them (10 Hours of CEU)

Dates:  February 18-19, March 18-19, April 15-16, August 19-20, September 16-17

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Please check back frequently for updates to our continuing ed calendar. If you wish to be put on our email list for upcoming courses please contact CEU@threepeaksclinic.com

 

Ref:

  1. Higgs J, Jones MA. Clinical reasoning in the health professions. In: Higgs J, Jones MA, eds. Clinical Reasoning in the Health Professions. 2nd ed. Boston, Mass: Butterworth-Heinemann;2000 :3–14.

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