John Gibbons brings a host of discrete physical therapy disciplines together in his philosophy of Ultimate Bodymastery.
He is extensively qualified in Osteopathy, Sports Therapy and Clinical / Remedial Massage, Kinesiology taping, Muscle Energy Techniques, Manipulative techniques, Nutrition and Physical Fitness. John is fast becoming known as the expert’s expert, and will show you combination techniques that will revolutionise your practice.
John’s Bodymaster Method® approaches the body as a complex integrated unit, where one dysfunction may require more than one area of expertise.
If you’ve ever lost business by having to refer outside your specialism then there’s a John Gibbons Bodymaster course for you. John is the man other specialists turn to – as he says, ‘I only refer clients when they need surgery’.
Your Continued Professional Development doesn’t just have to be about box-ticking.
With John Gibbons’ Bodymaster Method® courses you can really develop your understanding of the body, leading to greater success, happier customers and fewer referrals outside of your business. You’ll see an increase in your job satisfaction and your bottom line.
During this course Bodymaster John Gibbons will take you on a fascinating journey of enlightenment, teaching you to recognize pain and dysfunctional patterns that can arise from dysfunctions found within the gluteal & psoas muscles. The next available course takes place on 17th Oct in Oxford 2017.Details
Join John on the 16th Oct and you will learn Grade 5 (HVT) spinal manipulations and mobilisations to treat the Pelvis, Lumbar and Thoracic spine. This course is perfect for you if you work with athletes. Insurance can be provided by BGi after completion of the course.Details
A one-day MET course for physical therapists on the 13th November in Oxford. You’ll learn how to identify specific soft tissue dysfunction and weakness within the musculo-skeletal system, and to harness powerful Muscle Energy Techniques to restore function.Details
Want to learn about the Brachial plexus, thoracic outlet syndrome and the Sciatic nerve and what level in the lumbar spine affects the function of the big toe? Your patient has elbow pain, how do you differentiate the pain from tennis elbow compared to a cervical C6 problem? Next course is on 4th December in Oxford.Details
Do you want to have a better understanding of the Sacroiliac Joint, Pelvis and lumbar spine? If so then you need to attend the Advanced Therapy Masterclass. This course will increase your treatment success as you will learn advanced and specific techniques to treat a variety of disorders of the Pelvis, Lumbar spine and Sacro-iliac Joint, next course 7-10th Dec 2017.Details
Taught by Bernard Nolan, this is a four day intensive course in Acupuncture Techniques for Sports Injuries and has been designed for sports massage therapists as well as physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors. This course is NOT included in the Bodymaster Diploma. Next dates: 14-17th Dec 2017.Details
Bernard Nolan is running a one day Level 2 Course in Acupuncture Techniques for specific medical conditions & sports injuries. Designed for therapists that have already completed Level 1. This advanced course will focus on all the typical Acupuncture points throughout the body as well as utilising techniques to treat certain medical conditions. Next date 18th Dec 2017.Details