Evaluation and Management of the Lumbar/SIJ/Hip Complex
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Provides tools required to determine most likely source of pain using concepts of Cyriax, Maitland, Kalten born, & Evjenth, added to evidence-based practice. Participants gain knowledge via selective tissue tension, provocation-alleviation testing, & joint mobility assessment. Emphasis is placed on clinical reasoning, patient management skills to translate findings into treatments. Includes overview of joint mobilization, traction, patient ed, & exercise as treatments. Lab, lecture & demo.

 Export to Your Calendar 9/15/2018 to 9/16/2018
When: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Where: WakeMed
Raleigh, North Carolina 
United States
Contact: Scott Boston
1-800-791-0262 ext 1

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Differentiation of the source of pain in the lumbo-pelvic region is a common clinical challenge. This course will provide the participant with the tools required to determine the most likely source of their patient’s pain. An integrated approach utilizing the concepts of Cyriax, Maitland, Kalten born, and Evjenth, in combination with current best evidence-based practice as described in the literature, will be utilized to form the foundation of an effective treatment approach. Participants will gain a working knowledge of evaluation via selective tissue tension, provocation-alleviation testing, and joint mobility assessment. A strong emphasis will be placed on the clinical reasoning and patient management skills required to translate examination findings into effective treatments, and will include a thorough overview of the use of joint mobilization, traction, patient education, and various modes of exercise as treatments. This course will be lab-intensive due to the nature of the material presented, and will also include lecture and demonstration components. 

1.6 CEUs

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