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Neurological Teaching Centre

Neurological Teaching Courses in Manchester

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Introduction to Bobath (Module 3)

 The integration of postural control and selective movement for functional activities (Part B)

Duration: Half Day Friday and All Day Saturday

Course Tutor: Sue Armstrong

Course Description: This BBTA module will include patient demonstrations, theoretical and practical sessions. It will focus on the assessment and treatment of the patient with more established movement dysfunction.

Course Aims:

  • To discuss the pathophysiology and consequences to the patient with established movement dysfunction
  • To develop skills of observation, analysis, and facilitation in a neurologically intact subject
  • To link the evidence base and clinical practice

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain the pathophysiology and consequences of a Upper Motor Neurone syndrome
  • Demonstrate a deeper understanding of postural and tonal variations within the normal population
  • Problem solve appropriate handling in neurologically intact models to align/activate distal key points
  • Draw upon improved assessment skills to treat a patient with established movement dysfunction


Suitable for: Qualified Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists working in neurology

Cost: £200. Introduction to Bobath Modules can be paid for individually; however, we have a discounted rate of £540 if all three are booked together.

Refreshments: Light Refreshments are provided.

How to Apply: Please either email your interest to or telephone 0161 7930003