Understanding our structure is a key foundation of any long term injury rehabilitation and prevention. Recognising the importance of education, a focal point of Joint Space is to develop knowledge within patients and the general public to help empower them to truly understand who they are, how to become healthier, manage injuries and pain, and create resilience and longevity.
The landscape of our classrooms, treatment rooms, workshops, practice spaces are all changing. Joint Space offers a platform to allow its practitioners and teachers to share what they have learned with people from all backgrounds who have had or are experiencing injuries, want to be healthier but do not know how, yet want to make the most out of their bodies.
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By exploring further theoretical and practical landscapes, we are able to cultivate a diverse and robust intelligence that can traverse many challenges and horizons when working with our patients and our clients.
The human body is a complex network of interrelated systems. The view of the human body from a clinicians perspective must take this interrelatedness and complexity into consideration when working with patients and clients. We need to understand all elements of this system from a wider perspective before we dive into the nuances of specific strategies and approaches.
Our workshops, talks and seminars expand and contract around broader and more specific approaches.