PainPRO offers a variety of courses for advancement in practitioner education. You are welcome if you are a physiotherapist, chiropractor, registered massage therapist, medical doctor, naturopath, acupuncturist, osteopath, etc.
Are you looking for an evidence-based way to help people with low back pain?
This class is a comprehensive look at how Dr. Phillip Snell has been able to help thousands of patients achieve their functional goals. Learn to integrate the current evidence and cutting edge functional rehab exercise methods in management of lumbar disc injury.
Date: September 15 & 16, 2018
Location: painPRO Surrey Memorial Space is limited to the first 30 registrants.
“Dr. Snell is great at Assimilating information. This ability has resulted in the forming of a patient-empowering, systematic and actionable approach to addressing the most common form of lower back pain.”
Adam Milsop, DC
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