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Cervicalgies

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Les cervicalgies font partie du top 3 des motifs de consultation les plus fréquents en pratique quotidienne. Cependant, de nombreux praticiens avouent rencontrer des difficultés à appréhender cette région qui, au delà de sa complexité, cristallise de nombreuses craintes qui aboutissent trop souvent à des prises en charges incomplètes. 

Cette formation e-learning théorique et pratique permettra à chacun de comprendre parfaitement le fonctionnement du rachis cervical et son association avec le rachis thoracique. Elle donnera toutes les clés nécessaires à l'établissement d'un diagnostic fiable à travers des concepts modernes et scientifiquement éprouvés. Enfin, dans un soucis de transversalité, de nombreuses options de traitement seront abordées tant au niveau de la communication et de l'éducation thérapeutique, des techniques de thérapie manuelle hands on mais aussi autour d'un large éventail d'exercices actifs.

Matthieu LOUBIERE Matthieu LOUBIERE formateur Fabrice BARILLEC Fabrice BARILLEC formateur
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À propos

Rendre accessible la prise en charge des cervicalgies avec déficit de mobilité ou troubles de coordination, tel est le dessein de cette formation qui, sans oublier le rappel des connaissances fondamentales en anatomie et en cinésiologie, valorise le rôle déterminant du kinésithérapeute dans le diagnostic, la modulation symptomatique et les stratégies actives qui garantissent une amélioration pérenne.

Matthieu Loubiere est un kinésithérapeute spécialisé en musculo-squelettique. Il est également formateur en formation initiale et continue . Il intervient notamment sur les épaules douloureuses et les rachialgies depuis près de 15 ans auprès des professionnels et des étudiants. Cette formation est sa seconde chez physioacademie.

Fabrice Barillec est aussi kinésithérapeute spécialisé en musculo-squelettique. Chargé d'enseignement en cinésiologie en formation initiale, il est aussi formateur en formation continue en particulier dans le domaine des rachialgies et de la thérapie manuelle.

Objectifs de la formation

L’objectif principal de cette formation est d’améliorer les compétences pour la prise en charge des cervicalgies avec déficit de mobilité et troubles de coordination

Cette formation permet :

- D’améliorer le raisonnement clinique des professionnels de santé autour des problématiques cervicales

- D’enrichir les connaissances théoriques autour du rachis cervical en général, des hypo-mobilités et troubles de coordination en particulier.

- L’apprentissage d’une procédure d’examen clinique fiable et valide, y compris les tests d'exclusion du rachis cervical (vasculaire et instabilité)

- D’enrichir les connaissances sur les recommandations de bonnes pratiques pour cette pathologie

- L’acquisition de compétences et de techniques de communication

- L’acquisition de techniques passives et actives centrées sur le patient

Méthodologie et pédagogie

Cette formation e-learning se compose de 3 parties distinctes : Une 1ère partie théorique, une seconde partie sur l’évaluation, et enfin une troixième partie sur le traitement des cervicalgies.

Chaque partie est richement référencée afin d’apporter un contenu le plus exhaustif possible.

En outre, cet enseignement comprend de nombreuses illustrations 2D et 3D largement commentées pour une meilleure compréhension de la physiopathologie.

Prérequis

Aucun prérequis n’est nécessaire pour pouvoir participer à cette formation. Cependant, nos formations sont créées par des professionnels de la santé et sont destinées au même public. Il est donc fortement conseillé de disposer des compétences de la(des) profession(s)s ci-après : masseur-kinésithérapeute, médecin rééducateur et ostéopathe.

Programme de Formation

Introduction

  • Introduction   7 min 40 s

Généralités et apports théoriques

L'abord des cervicalgies demande des connaissances transversales larges. Dans cette partie seront présentés les pré-requis nécessaires à la bonne compréhension des pathologies musculo-squelettiques.

  • Anatomie   28 min 38 s
  • Cinésiologie   15 min 24 s
  • Neurophysiologie de la douleur   10 min 22 s
  • Bio-psycho-social   8 min 55 s
  • Raisonnement clinique   6 min 42 s
  • Catalogue d'hypothèse clinique   15 min 33 s
  • Épidémiologie   11 min 53 s

Physiopathologie

Cette partie permet de faire l'inventaire des cervicalgies à travers les classifications avant d'examiner en détail les troubles de la mobilité et les troubles de la coordination sans oublier les facteurs de risque et une présentation théorique du diagnostic d'exclusion.

  • Introduction   1 min 38 s
  • Classification   13 min 24 s
  • Facteurs de risque   7 min 17 s
  • Exclusions et tests orthopédiques   32 min 59 s
  • Troubles de la mobilité   19 min 33 s
  • Troubles de la coordination   20 min 41 s
  • Conclusion   1 min 46 s

Examen clinique

Dans cette partie, sont retrouvées toutes les étapes de l'examen clinique depuis l'interrogatoire jusqu'aux examens complémentaires. Les éléments techniques sont ici expliqués en pratique. Une illustration riche favorise la compréhension et facilite l'apprentissage.

  • Introduction   2 min 14 s
  • Interrogatoire   14 min 09 s
  • Tests orthopédiques d'exclusion   35 min 58 s
  • Observation   17 min 45 s
  • Observation des mouvements actifs   15 min 39 s
  • Tests passifs   32 min 08 s
  • Palpation musculaire   8 min 04 s
  • Tests orthopédiques d'inclusion   28 min 43 s
  • Examens complémentaires   2 min 12 s
  • Conclusion   s

Traitement

À la lumière des recommandations de la littérature, les différentes options de traitement sont ici expliquées et démontrées, qu'il s'agisse de communication à travers l'éducation thérapeutique, des techniques hands-on, mais aussi des exercices actifs. À la fin de cette partie, les formateurs exposent des cas cliniques issus de leur expérience professionnelle.

  • Introduction   2 min 19 s
  • Recommandations issues de la littérature   18 min 33 s
  • Éducation   3 min 54 s
  • Le tissu mou   38 min 02 s
  • Techniques articulaires du rachis cervico-thoracique   49 min 02 s
  • Approche active   1 h 40 min
  • Cas clinique   16 min 38 s

Doutes

La réalité virtuelle, les pointeurs laser, l'intelligence artificielle, les tee shirts connectés, les agents physiques, les séances de kiné en groupe, les dérives thérapeutiques, les influenceurs et l'image de la thérapie manuelle sont des sujets récurrents de l'actualité sur lesquels les deux formateurs donnent un avis éclairé !

  • Doutes   10 min 43 s

FAQ

C'est un véritable dialogue qui s'installe entre Matthieu et Fabrice pour envisager des réponses aux questions les plus fréquentes des patients.

  • FAQ   21 min 28 s

Conclusion

  • Conclusion   s

Interview

  • Interview   8 min 53 s

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Support de cours & documentation

Support de cours

  • Support de cours : BOISSONAULT Questionnaire de 1ère intention Télécharger le document
  • Support de cours : Guide international IFOMPT pour l'examen cervical Télécharger le document
  • Support de cours : Questionnaire Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Télécharger le document
  • Support de cours : Échelle fonctionnelle spécifique au patient Télécharger le document
  • Support de cours : Inventaire de sensibilisation centrale Télécharger le document
  • Support de cours : Questionnaire DN4 Télécharger le document
  • Support de cours : Échelle d'incapacité Cervicale (NDI) Télécharger le document
  • Support de cours : Evaluation de l'indice de kinésiophobie Télécharger le document

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