One of the few teaching companies fully dedicated to integrating a biopsychosocial approach into clinical practice.
It's NOT easy!
It is so easy to just keep doing what we are doing with our manual therapy and exercise prescription, sprinkle in some yoga and meditation, and call it a "biopsychosocial" approach.
A biopsychosocial approach means that you have to look at all of the biological systems that contribute to persistent pelvic pain. These include:
1. Our immune system
2. Our nervous system
3. Our endocrine system
4. Our thoughts and beliefs (cognitions)
5. Our emotions
6. Our digestive system
7. Our elimination pathways- bladder, bowel and lymph systems
8. Our social system and way of "belonging" in the world
Sounds complicated doesn't it?
It is complex but achievable to develop a systematic approach to address all of these systems when treating persistent pain.
Carolyn Vandyken and her team of international instructors, have been honing their skills for 200+ years of combined experience in a biopsychosocial approach.
We are clinicians, researchers and educators who are passionate to help therapists hone these much needed skills when treating persistent pelvic pain.
Our courses include FREE office hours, the ONLY teaching company to offer ongoing support from the instructors as you integrate your newfound knowledge into your clinical practice.
Receive a 10% discount on our already LOW prices by using code PHS10 upon checkout.
Adopting a biopsychosocial approach will ease your workload and potential burnout. After all, you are a coach and facilitator for change! It is not your job to FIX your patients.