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The Pelvic Girdle

2 Day Lecture Course (14 Credits)

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You may have heard that fascia can’t lengthen so what does fascial release really mean?

Can you tell if the pelvis is twisted, or if you should start with the hip or the pelvis?

Answer these questions and more.

Learn skills  that will show you where to start and how to be more effective.

Enhance your clinical practice with this two day class.

You will learn powerful assessment and treatment techniques to increase the effectiveness of your practice and a framework for understanding the complex field of Fascial research

Course Description

The Pelvic Girdle is central to balance and function of the entire body. Fascial strain in the legs, trunk or pelvis itself can create compensations, movement dysfunction and lead to pain. These imbalances can be the underlying causes of pain and dysfunction even though they are a distance from the site of pain.

This course aims to give the clinician a frame work for understanding (myo)fasical tissue dynamics informed from the current science, clinical reasoning skills and effective treatment techniques. Treating the pelvis from a fascial perspective, is a powerful tool for any manual therapist.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn a framework to understand current fascial research and a theoretical basis for myofascial release.
  • Learn simple screening tests to identify areas of dysfunction.
  • Learn clinical reasoning skills (where to start?) to make your treatments more efficient.
  • Learn effective treatment techniques to help optimism your patients function.

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    It's made me think differently

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    The clinical reasoning skills that Mark is able to teach are skills that can be used well beyound the scope of just this course. The hands on pelvic techniques can be incorporated easily into practice, and combined with good clinical reasoning, be really effective for the client.

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