SpineCare is a professional development course and training program for clinicians who treat people with back and neck pain.

What is SpineCare?

SpineCare is a multidisciplinary training program aiming to enhance evidence-based knowledge and pragmatic clinical skills of physiotherapists who treat people with spinal pain.

This course is interactive and facilitates integration into clinical practice, using quizzes, manual therapy training, motor control, individualized exercise prescription and case studies. Specialists present on biological and psychosocial aspects of lumbar and cervical disorders, including surgical and conservative management options. 

Training sessions aim to enhance exercise and manual therapy skills, as well as build advanced reasoning and clinical problem-solving skills.

Who is SpineCare for?

SpineCare is a professional development course for clinicians who:

  • Want to improve their knowledge and skill in managing back and neck pain
  • Would like to learn from neurosurgical and orthopaedic spinal surgeons, rheumatologists, pain physicians, and psychologists about their perspectives in managing spinal pain
  • Would value pragmatic clinical training with specialist and senior musculoskeletal physiotherapists

About the SpineCare 2024 program

SpineCare 2024 is a three-month program that combines webinars, virtual training and face-to-face training.

The course runs over 3 months (including a 2-week mid-term break) beginning Monday 13 May.

Find out more about SpineCare 2024, including the session timetable, or reserve your place now.

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Last updated 16 February 2024