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The Basics of Sacroiliac Mobilization

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Audience: PT, PTA, ATC
Course level: Beginner/Intermediate
Date: April 5-6, 2014
Check in time: Saturday: 7:30-8 a.m. Continental breakfast/registration
Class time: Saturday: 8-5 p.m.
Sunday: 8-430 p.m.
Location: St. Catherine University. Held on the 5th floor in PT Lab E560
601 25th Ave. S, Minneapolis, MN 55454

Course Fee: $475.00

Contact Hours: 16.0

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Speaker
Cheryl earned a Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from Boston University and a Masters Degree at Neumann College, a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Athletic Training at Moravian College, and an Associate Degree in Physical Therapy at Lehigh County Community College. In addition to being a physical therapist, Cheryl is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist, an Ergonomic Specialist and has an extensive background in athletic training.

Cheryl treats using manual therapy and dry needling techniques with emphasis on the body as a whole. Her treatment approach offers a comprehensive treatment to patients of all disciplines and moves beyond the symptoms to identify the barrier that limits motion and causes dysfunction. Ms. Hancock works with the design and implementation of strength and conditioning programs as well as core stabilization and activation. She has designed training videos that focus on proper mechanics and muscle activation utilized by the uprising athlete to the professional. Cheryl is the owner of Core Physical Therapy, an outpatient orthopedic clinic in Danville, Va.

Course Description
The greatest strength of this class is its ability to simplify a seemingly complex region of the body and give the clinician a set of tools to use with confidence on Monday morning. This class is evidence based and demonstrates both theoretically and with specific case examples how the pelvis contributes to low back pain in patients. A unique aspect of this course is how it clarifies often ambiguous treatments with the pelvis; giving both new and seasoned clinicians a more comprehensive way of treating the pelvis.

As with all of our manual therapy courses, this seminar will follow a progression of principles and reinforce them throughout the 16 hours, is at least 75% hands-on lab, and will give the clinician hands-on skills they use immediately upon their return to the clinical setting.

Objectives
At the completion of this seminar, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the rationale for sacroiliac mobilization and be able to perform a sacroiliac evaluation to determine dysfunction
  • Correctly perform multiple movement dysfunction tests to ascertain the side of dysfunction
  • Demonstrate the ability to correctly palpate the landmarks of the pelvis to ascertain the type of dysfunction present in the pelvic girdle
  • Demonstrate the ability to follow the correct order of treatment in the pelvis to best correct dysfunction
  • Demonstrate correct application of specific mobilizations

Agenda
Saturday
7:30am Continental Breakfast
8:00am Introduction
9:00am Lecture: Review of pertinent anatomy
9:30am Lecture: Pelvic Girdle Biomechanics: Iliosacral
10:00am Break
10:15am Lecture: Pelvic Girdle Biomechanics: Sacroilial
12:00pm Lunch (on your own)
1:00pm Lab: Diagnostic Testing - Static & Motion Assessment
2:45pm Break
3:00pm Lab: Treatment of Pubic Dysfunction
4:00pm Lab: Treatment of Iliosacral Dysfunctions - Slips
4:45pm Review
5:00pm Adjourn

Sunday
7:30am Continental Breakfast
8:00am Review of Bony Structures and Diagnostic Testing
9:00am Lab: Treatment of Iliosacral Dysfunctions - Flares
9:45am Break
10:00am Lab: Treatment of Iliosacral Dysfunctions - Rotations
10:45am Lab: Treatment of Sacroilial Dysfunctions
12:00pm Lunch (on your own)
1:00pm Lab: Treatment of Sacroilial Dysfunctions
2:00pm Review of Iliosacral Dysfunctions
2:45pm Break
3:00pm Review of Sacroilial Dysfunctions
3:30pm Lab: Speed Mobilizations
4:15pm Application to Clinical Situations
4:30pm Adjourn

 
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