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Sacroiliac Joint and Its Relation To Low Back Pain
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This hands-on, lab-based course will emphasize clinical evaluation and treatment skills for the SIJ and lumbar spine that will guide the practitioner towards appropriate manual therapy techniques that can be applied immediately.

11/3/2017 to 11/4/2017
When: Friday, November 3, 2017
Where: Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge
Charlotte, North Carolina 
United States
Contact: Hollie Mann
770-297-1700

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His two day course is a study of the pelvic girdle complex as it relates to lumbar dysfunction and pain. During the presentation of the course, review of relevant anatomy and biomechanics will assist in treatment techniques for various types of pelvic girdle and mechanical lumbar dysfunctions.

This hands-on, lab-based course will emphasize clinical evaluation and treatment skills for the sij and lumbar spine that will guide the practitioner towards appropriate manual therapy techniques that can be applied immediately. A functionally based sequence of intervention is presented. Janda's theory on muscle imbalance and Greenman's theory on manual medicine is also presented. Self-correcting and family assisted correction techniques are presented along with a muscle stretching and strengthening protocol.

 

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