LEVEL 1  - FOUNDATION COURSE
Bradcliff Breathing Method®

This evidence based programme, 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 1 course concepts:

  • A review of the respiratory/psycho/physiological alterations in the acute and chronic over-breather and the biomechanical/anatomical changes that sustain these poorly diagnosed disorders.
  • Assessment and questionnaires, and goal setting.
  • Identification of triggers/stressors at all ages and stages.
  • Body mechanics, posture and breathing dysfunction.
  • Nasal health.
  • Treatment principles and techniques
  • Physical coping skills for stress fatigue, anxiety and pain management.
  • Asthma, COPD, breathless patient breathing retraining guidelines.
  • Introduction to Inspiratory Muscle Training
  • How to make BradCliff Method® a part of your practice

NOTE: this course is now offered online.

Breathing is the most amazing tool we have to help us through life.

Our next BradCliff course:

Bradcliff Method Level 1 - ONLINE

7 Mar 2022 (9:00) - 15 Apr 2022 (17:00)

8 week online course: 2 weeks of pre reading, 6 weeks of online content.

Attend Level 1 and 2 in the same year, and receive a discount! Choose the FASTTRACK ticket option to Fast Track your learning, cement your knowledge and change your clinical practice.
 

"Thank you so much, I have really enjoyed this course. This past year has been by far the most difficult in my whole career and I was fairly close to leaving the profession due to the personal and professional impact that working in a Covid ICU in London has taken on me. However, after this course, I have been reminded of what I love about my job and especially the way that we have the ability to improve peoples lives so dramatically. So thank you so much for the course."

Victoria Robinson, UK Physiotherapist