Biopsychosocial Influences on Movement Dysfunction & Chronic Pain
Bridging Mind and Body in Health & Fitness
Human beings are very complex with each patient or client presentation uniquely personal.
From anatomy and physiology to emotional regulation and interpersonal relationships, all aspects of our emotions and environment must be considered when approaching movement dysfunction and chronic pain.
Join Dr Emily as she explores the concept of the biopsychosocial method and how the science of memories, attachments and beliefs can directly influence patient or client treatment and rehab outcomes. Explore the stages of pain, cellular memory, in utero emotional development + more!
This 4 part series will challenge many mainstream paradigms and bring the light the power of the mind body connection. Every health and movement specialist can be empowered with the knowledge covered in this series. You will end this 4 part series as a changed person!
Part 1 | Neuroimmunology, Psychosocial Influences, In Utero Emotion Development
Part 2 | Chronic Pain, Medically Unexplained, Pain Science
Part 3 | Types of Memory, Subconscious Development, Attachment Theory
Part 4 | The Healing Journey from Chronic Pain to Consciousness
Dr Emily Splichal, Functional Podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist, is the Founder of EBFA Global (formerly Evidence Based Fitness Academy), Creator of the Barefoot Training Specialist® Certification, Author of Barefoot Strong and Inventor of Naboso Barefoot Technology. With over 19 years in the fitness industry, Dr Splichal has dedicated her medical career towards studying postural alignment and human movement as it relates to barefoot science, foot to core integration and sensory integration.