Sun, 01 Aug|
The Hip, Pelvis & Lower Extremity : SIJ Dysfunction
(1 Day Course) The goal of this course is to provide insight to the most current strategies that are available to rehabilitate patients with sacroiliac related pathology. Current evidence for methods related to movement based assessment of the SIJ will be reviewed.
Time & Location
01 Aug 2021, 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
About the Event
Participants will integrate an evidence based assessment and clinical problem-solving skills in order to formulate an appropriate treatment strategy for SIJ related pain. Traditional paradigms of movement based assessments will be challenged, and current concepts will be presented that can be easily applied in the clinic. The result will be that clients will benefit from receiving SIJ manual therapy treatments and home exercises that are non-traditional and far removed from conventional methods, targeting compliance and improved outcomes.
What the Participants Should Expect:
Even though this course is focused on the SIJ, the global systems approach to treatment will follow the kinematics throughout the kinetic chain. This course has been designed with an evidence-based foundation, but there are plenty of ideas and theories that are presented that will challenge the current state of the evidence with regard to SIJ rehab that is focused on therapeutic exercise prescription. The course is heavily lab based. The participants will perform an SIJ evaluation and therapeutic exercises designed to improve SIJ related pain responses.
- Review movement based testing for the SIJ and then offer contemporary methods more aligned with current evidence.
- Demonstrate an evaluation for SIJ related pain and manual therapy treatments aligned with the evaluation process.
- Discuss the patient centered approach to SIJ related pain and the strategies needed for the patient to become an engaged participant in the rehabilitation experience.
Introductions & Live Interactive Layout
Outline the contemporary views of SIJ movement-based examination and treatment