Future BradCliff Method registered practitioner workshops will include case study and literature reviews, specific topics as requested, as well as practical therapy sessions and updates prior to annual re-certification. Attendance is required once every two years to one of the workshops.
This is an opportunity to be part of a major growth area in health care, and add value and depth to your business in a fast changing health environment.
Breathing well is the foundation of health and movement; breathing dysfunction can affect anyone from the elite athlete to someone with neck pain to a child with asthma.
Certification is designed to provide theoretical and practical applications of key physiotherapy skills to understand the nature of chronic breathing pattern disorders and their often-unobserved presence across all areas of clinical practice.
LEVEL 1 - FOUNDATION COURSE
This evidence based program founded by world renowned leaders in dysfunctional breathing will introduce you to the concepts of breathing dysfunction.Our programme is open to registered physiotherapists who have a particular interest in the role of breathing and respiration, and its links to balanced health and enhanced recovery.
- LEVEL 2
Builds on Level 1 course with advanced assessment & treatment techniques.
- LEVEL 3
Workshops to extend thinking and practice. Focus on advanced principles and practical application of breathing pattern disorders.
One of the best aspects is the ongoing support and discussions
Since attending the first two BradCliff courses I have had some incredibly rewarding experiences with patients. Breathing dysfunction is an extremely fascinating area of Physiotherapy and one in which the more you learn, the more interesting it becomes. I thoroughly enjoyed both courses, the BradCliff team are very knowledgeable and their various passions within their chosen field complemented each other really well for a very well rounded course. One of the great aspects of becoming a BradCliff Practitioner is the ongoing support and discussions. I would highly recommend this course to any Physiotherapist.
— Anna Rankin, Physiotherapist based in Invercargill, New Zealand