Course Overview

3 CEUs


Are you up to date with the developments in Pain Neuroscience? If when you graduated the pain visual analogue scale was your assessment of pain, then what you were taught is probably not up to date! This is a wonderful introduction to the latest evidence in this area and is a MUST for anyone seeing clients with pain. 
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Video Presentation

3CEUs. 15 MCQs.:

This course will review:
  • Pain using the biopsychosocial approach.
  • The potential mechanisms of pain leading to central sensitisation.
  • The basic assessment and treatment of pain.
  • Reporting on pain and recommendations.
  • The importance of early intervention and targeted treatment of pain to prevent disability.
*You have until the 31st of December 2021 to complete this course*




The OT Link is delighted to bring you a recorded presentation by Gillian Coetsee.

Gillian Coetsee is an experienced clinician and academic. She holds a Postgrad Diploma in Interdisciplinary Pain Management (UCT), Advanced Diplomas in neurosciences, hands and vocational rehabilitation. She is Workwell certified.  She brings a wealth of clinical experience and the latest evidence to support best practice in assessing and treating clients with pain. She currently works in a private practice which treats adult clients with neurological conditions, upper limb trauma and hand injuries.