This course examines current manual therapy practice with regard to assessment and management planning for typical WAD cases in light of the emerging evidence. This course builds on the theory presented in our Whiplash Injury Master Class (level 1). It provides delegates with the opportunity to apply this theory into practice, and advances clinical reasoning in the context of evidence discussed on the first day. In contrast to the level 1 course, this course is largely practical and focused around case studies.
Course participants will end the day with a series of practical tools for the assessment, planning and management of their clients.