Reduce tailbone pain with effective, non-nociceptive techniques

Be updated about coccydynia: assessment, treatment, available evidence, self help techniques and homework exercise. This entertaining e-learning course will give you insight in the biomechanics behind pain in the tailbone (coccyx). It will tell you about current treatments. It prepares you for the clinical reasoning in the practical training day where all your knowledge will be implemented in hands on skills and advices.

You follow this e-learning course on your own computer, in your own time. You will receive a certificate after passing the final test, a listing on our ‘Find a therapist’,  as well as access to the continuously updated online course material for 2 years.

Target audience

Physiotherapists, Chiropractors and Osteopaths

Online distance learning
Approximately 6 – 9 hours


€ 69,- euro (click here for the current conversion rate) including:

–  Videos of diagnostic and safe therapeutic techniques, links to useful online videos on anatomy and biomechanics of coccydynia, home exercise examples
– Final exam (you are a registered therapist in coccydynia on after successful completion of this exam)
– 2 years subscription and listing on Google Maps on the ‘Find a Therapist’  page of
– 2 years access to updated scientific findings and new material on coccydynia

Combine it with the practical course? Your listing and access will be extended to 5 years.

Good luck!



Course Materials

Coccydynia is a condition that can seriously impact the quality of life of patients. Fortunately there are several treatment methods, the least invasive of which is an external correction of the tailbone (coccyx). This treatment can be performed with various techniques. Dutch orthopedic manual therapists Meine Veldman and Cecile Röst have been teaching and updating this practical course since 2012, and it has been well received and highly evaluated by the numerous participants. Do you want more insight into coccydynia? Do you want to learn how to make the correct diagnosis and apply different, effective treatment methods? If so, this course is for you. The course material will cover the anatomy and biomechanics of the pelvis, including the sacro-coccygeal and coccygeal joints. You will learn safe treatment techniques to reduce or even eliminate the symptoms. Case studies and clinical reasoning form an important part of this course. Your patients will be grateful for the efficient and non-painful method!