The Pelvis in Gait--

 

Myotherapy College of Utah

3950 S 700 E Suite 100

Millcreek, UT 84107

 

January 29-30th, 2021

 

Rose Canyon Manual Therapy​

7096 W Andres Peak Ct

Herriman, UT 84096

801.683.9617

rosecanyonmanualtherapy.com

 

     This course is designed to introduce the manual practitioner to manual therapy techniques and their appropriate use in problems arising in walking, standing, and running. The focus is on the biomechanical ability of the pelvis to allow these motions.

 

   Neural and biomechanical integration of the lower extremity, hip, pelvis and lumbar spine into the gait cycle requires detailed knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, neurology, embryology and dynamic force relationships of these various structures. This course provides the participant with an extensive knowledge of these areas as well as the intricacies of dysfunction of the lower extremity as it relates to lumbopelvic dysfunction.

The lumbopelvic joints, ligaments, muscles, fascia, vascular and neural components will be discussed from embryological, vertebral, biomechanical and arthrokinematic standpoints. Assessment and treatment will include Muscle Energy Techniques, Joint Mobilization, Travell concepts, and Myofascial Techniques employed and demonstrated in laboratory session.

Pain is the top reason patients seek treatment. Most pain is not due to acute trauma which poses a problem for the current medical system approach. To successfully treat non-acute onset of pain can be difficult. A deep understanding of the neurological and biomechanical interaction of the lumbopelvis and lower extremity such as occurs in gait must be used as a toll to understand the functional and dysfunctional interaction of these areas.
 

The lumbopelvis contains the lumbar spine, iliosacral joint, sacrococcygeal joint, sacroiliac joint, and hip, which make it an area of complexity and interrelated dysfunction that can be difficult to fully treat. Couple this area of complex function with its dynamic force relationship to the lower extremity and it is easy to see why lasting success is hard to attain in treatment. This class details the specific relationships of the lower extremity to the lumbopelvis and the acute and chronic conditions that lead to pelvic obliquity, especially those that are resistant to correction, and how to manually treat and develop an effective home program for the biomechanical pelvis.

The Pelvis in Gait (SLC) January 29th-30th, 2021

$500.00Price
  • I. Manual Treatment of the Lumbopelvis and LE

           A. Overview

                  1. Anatomy, Physiology, Neurology, Embryology

                         a. Lumbopelvis- osseous, ligament, and spinal nerves

                         b. Lower Extremity

           B. Somatic Dysfunction

                  1. Testing

                  2. Motion Loss

                  3. Motor Loss

                  4. Integration Loss

           C. Treatment Strategies​​​​​​

                  1. Postural Adaptive Patterns

                  2. MET-type, Counterstrain-type treatment

                  3. Neuro-Dynamic Reintegration©

                  4. Stretches and Strengthening Exercises

  • Instructor: Neal O'Neal, PT 

     

    Class is held 9-6 Friday and Saturday and will be a combination of Lecture and Lab.

     

       Effective treatment of The Biomechanical Pelvis requires detailed knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, neurology, embryology and dynamic force relationship to the Lower Extremity. This course provides the participant with an extensive knowledge of these areas as well as the intricacies of dysfunction of the lower extremity as it relates to pelvic dysfunction.

    The lumbopelvic joints, ligaments, muscles, fascia, vascular and neural components will be discussed from embryological, vertebral, biomechanical and arthrokinematic standpoints. Assessment and treatment will include Muscle Energy Techniques, Counterstrain, Travell concepts and myofascial techniques employed and demonstrated in laboratory session.

    Painful joints are the top reason patients seek treatment. Most of these painful joints are not due to acute trauma which poses a problem for the current medical system approach.

     

    Furthermore, the lumbopelvis contains the lumbar spine, iliosacral joint, sacrococcygeal joint, sacroiliac joint, and hip, which make it an area of complexity and interrelated dysfunction that can be difficult to fully treat. Couple this area rich in dysfunction with its dynamic force relationship with the lower extremity and it is easy to see why lasting success is hard to attain in treatment. This class details the specific relationships of the lower extremity to the lumbopelvis and the acute and chronic conditions that lead to pelvic obliquity, especially those that are resistant to correction, and how to manually treat and develop an effective home program for the biomechanical Pelvis.

     

    Materials Provided: A binder of the course materials will be provided to each student to follow along and take notes during the lecture and lab portions of the class.

     

    Purpose: The purpose of this class is to provide the clinical practitioner with the knowledge of how recent research has changed current clinical treatment approaches to the biomechanical pelvis and lower extremity. 

    Expected outcomes are to develop effective delineation and treatment strategies based upon an integration of new information and the extensive body of knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, and embryology of the lumbopelvis. This class will enhance participant learning through the use of discussion, audio-visual materials, recent research evidence, and extensive lab-based learning.

    According to the education levels described by the PDC, the following continuing education course is considered to be Advanced Level.

     

    Instructors: Neal O'Neal, PT

    Class is held 9-6 Friday / Saturday and will be a combination of 25% Lecture and 75% Lab.

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