Physical Therapy: Evidenced-Inspired Approaches to Pelvic Pain, 1/30/22
144.00
Webinar
Other
01/30/2022 12:00PM
5:00PM EST
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About the Course:
This course is designed to educate the practicing clinician on how to rule out suspected medical red flags. The clinician will then learn researched based evaluation techniques to identify not only the presence of sacroiliac joint dysfunction but the specific dysfunction of the 10 common presentations. Tissue specific impairments will then be addressed with a variety of manual therapy techniques including instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, muscle energy techniques, and joint manipulations. 

 Course Objectives:
1. Identify the bones of the pelvic girdle
2. Recognize the joints of the pelvic girdle
3. Recall the function of the pelvic ligaments
4. Recognize muscular attachments to the pelvis
5. Identify the sacral nerve plexus
6. Recognize screening for medical conditions
7. Identify the use of the FABER test
8. Identify clinically significant provocation tests
9. Recall research based examination techniques
10. Recognize the use of the Forward Bend screen
11. Identify possible dysfunction via ASIS / PSIS palpations
12. Recall active movement assessments for the SI joints
13. Recall passive movement assessments for the SI joint
14. Identify the application of IASTM to improve soft tissue mobility
15. Differentiate applications of MET for neurofascial relaxation vs positional correction
16. Identify appropriate joint manipulations
17. Recognize treatment progression for anterior superior translation
18. Recognize treatment progression for posterior superior translation
19. Recall treatment progression for anterior vs posterior rotations 20. Recognize treatment progression for medial vs lateral tilts
21. Identify treatment progression for medial vs lateral rotations 22. Identify the history of surgical procedure
23. Recognize scar tissue manipulation
24. Recall treatment progression for core integration

About the Author:
Steve Middleton serves as the Director of Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine at Assess, Treat & Condition, at an outpatient clinic in Fulton, MO where he specializes in pelvic pain syndromes. He has 15 years’ experience in a combination of roles treating a variety of patients including athletes from high school to college as well as professional athletes in the NFL and Olympics. Steve also serves as the Director of the Athletic Training Education Program at William Woods University in Fulton, MO. In addition to maintaining national accreditation, he also teaches Orthopedic Evaluation of the Lower Extremities and Lumbar Spine, Orthopedic Evaluation of the Upper Extremities and Cervical Spine, Therapeutic Exercise, and Manual Therapy. He previously taught in the Department of Kinesiology at Southern Illinois University as well as serving as both a clinical instructor for the Athletic Training Education Program and a guest lecturer in the Physician’s Assistant program during their orthopedic rotations. Steve has been a CKTP (Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner) and certified in Functional Movement Taping since 2009. He is currently completing a doctoral degree at the University of St Augustine for Health Sciences. In addition to his academic degrees, he holds additional certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, National Strength & Conditioning Association and the International Kinesio Taping Association.
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Evidenced-Inspired Approaches to Pelvic Pain, 1/30/22

144.00
About the Course:
This course is designed to educate the practicing clinician on how to rule out suspected medical red flags. The clinician will then learn researched based evaluation techniques to identify not only the presence of sacroiliac joint dysfunction but the specific dysfunction of the 10 common presentations. Tissue specific impairments will then be addressed with a variety of manual therapy techniques including instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, muscle energy techniques, and joint manipulations. 

 Course Objectives:
1. Identify the bones of the pelvic girdle
2. Recognize the joints of the pelvic girdle
3. Recall the function of the pelvic ligaments
4. Recognize muscular attachments to the pelvis
5. Identify the sacral nerve plexus
6. Recognize screening for medical conditions
7. Identify the use of the FABER test
8. Identify clinically significant provocation tests
9. Recall research based examination techniques
10. Recognize the use of the Forward Bend screen
11. Identify possible dysfunction via ASIS / PSIS palpations
12. Recall active movement assessments for the SI joints
13. Recall passive movement assessments for the SI joint
14. Identify the application of IASTM to improve soft tissue mobility
15. Differentiate applications of MET for neurofascial relaxation vs positional correction
16. Identify appropriate joint manipulations
17. Recognize treatment progression for anterior superior translation
18. Recognize treatment progression for posterior superior translation
19. Recall treatment progression for anterior vs posterior rotations 20. Recognize treatment progression for medial vs lateral tilts
21. Identify treatment progression for medial vs lateral rotations 22. Identify the history of surgical procedure
23. Recognize scar tissue manipulation
24. Recall treatment progression for core integration

About the Author:
Steve Middleton serves as the Director of Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine at Assess, Treat & Condition, at an outpatient clinic in Fulton, MO where he specializes in pelvic pain syndromes. He has 15 years’ experience in a combination of roles treating a variety of patients including athletes from high school to college as well as professional athletes in the NFL and Olympics. Steve also serves as the Director of the Athletic Training Education Program at William Woods University in Fulton, MO. In addition to maintaining national accreditation, he also teaches Orthopedic Evaluation of the Lower Extremities and Lumbar Spine, Orthopedic Evaluation of the Upper Extremities and Cervical Spine, Therapeutic Exercise, and Manual Therapy. He previously taught in the Department of Kinesiology at Southern Illinois University as well as serving as both a clinical instructor for the Athletic Training Education Program and a guest lecturer in the Physician’s Assistant program during their orthopedic rotations. Steve has been a CKTP (Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner) and certified in Functional Movement Taping since 2009. He is currently completing a doctoral degree at the University of St Augustine for Health Sciences. In addition to his academic degrees, he holds additional certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, National Strength & Conditioning Association and the International Kinesio Taping Association.