Ben Cormack (UK)

Functional Therapeutic Movement: Assessment & Rehab (LE and LBP) by Ben Cormack of

Practical tools to implement modern pain & movement science & research into clinical practice using a movement based approach.

Learning objectives
  • Learn comprehensive program design for rehab within a BPS framework.
  • Understand modern theories of pain and movement, how they affect each other & what to do about it.
  • A simplified movement assessment process based around the individual.
  • Appreciating the impact of context, expectation and relevant goal setting.
  • Key factors to improving exercise adherence.
  • How to positively frame exercise and movement as a treatment.
  • Clinical reasoning for therapeutic dosing parameters of exercise.
  • Practical tips for applying pain science information and education.
  • Create comprehensive rehab programs for lower limb and LBP progressing from a patient’s sensitive (early) to robust (late) stage.
  • How to Manipulate modern exercise variables such as loads, speed, ROM, position & duration to achieve lasting physiological and CNS adaptations.

“It creates a clear link between using movement during assessment & treatment and modern pain science then integrating this into clinical practice, which I think is lacking in other courses.” Sally – Physio


  • One Accord Physical Therapy
  • 2020 N. Central Ave. Ste L100
  • Phoenix, AZ 85004

Class Schedule & Dates:

  • Feb. 3rd & 4th
  • 9:30 – 5 each day

Learn more about Ben Cormack and Cor-Kinetic here:

Who is this course for:

  • PT’s, MD’s, DO’s, PTA’s, ATC’s, NMD’s . . . any professional concerned with wanting to learn more about coupling the emerging field of pain sciences with modern movement research.