Functional Anatomy of the Pelvis and the SI Joint - for Exercise Professionals (6 CEU's)
This master course provides a step-by-step guide for assessing the pelvis and sacroiliac joint. The course covers all aspects of this crucial area of the body and how it links within the kinetic chain system.
Fully illustrated with 350 color photographs, this course is to designed to further your understanding of pelvic pain and what you can do about it, and is supported with a wealth of practical information.
This course will teach you:
- How to recognize pain and dysfunctional patterns that arise from the pelvic girdle
- Leg length discrepancy and its relationship to the kinetic chain and the pelvis
- The walking/gait cycle and its relationship to the pelvis
- Techniques to identify and correct a number of common impaired patterns
- Detailed functional exercises that promote recovery
- Quick Reference Guide - for use in clinic
About the Author:
John Gibbons is a qualified and registered osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council, specializing in the assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of sport-related injuries. Having lectured in the field of sports medicine and physical therapy for over 12 years, John delivers advanced therapy training to qualified professionals within a variety of sports. He has also published numerous articles on various aspects of manual therapy.
Functional Anatomy of the Pelvis and the Sacroiliac Joint
Full colour illustrations
Easy "Quick Reference" format
This text can be ordered in hard copy - please select "Print Edition" above, if you wish to receive a hard copy of the text.Click here for Sample Pages
|Online Exams and Certification||
Online Exam comprising multiple choice questions
NAT Certification - For more information click here
See table below for other CEU accreditationsExam does not need to be completed in any one sitting. You may save your answers as you go along and return to continue at any time - internet connection required
|Physical Therapists / PTA's (PTBC)||10.5 Hrs / 1.05 CEUs|
Canadian Massage Therapists (CMMOTA formerly RMTA) - Alberta
|Massage Therapists & Bodyworkers (NCBTMB)||6 CEUs|
|Massage Therapists (MMA - formerly AAMT)||10 CPE|
Note: If you are unsure that the new skills taught in this course are within your scope of practice, please check with your local licensing board.
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