Manual & Physical Therapies

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The Sacroiliac Joints:  Historical Approaches to Back Pain​​

Injuries can occur in many different settings, from acute injuries on the playing field to overuse injuries in the office.   People rarely seek immediate treatment feeling that the pain will “go away on its own”.  However, what tends to happen is the body adapts to the injured area but creates distal or systemic dysfunctions in the process.  This makes the diagnosis more difficult as the person has symptoms that brought them in but an underlying, unresolved injury that may or may not be symptomatic. Regardless of the situation, patients want to return to their normal activities as quickly and pain-free as possible.  Kinesiology taping is a great adjunct treatment for manual therapists to allow your efforts to continue working even after the patient has left your clinic.
This timely, 1-day course is designed to introduce kinesiology taping to restore your patients’ mobility and function.  Through an interactive discussion and hands-on labs, participants will be introduced to palpatory assessment techniques for fascial assessment while instituting movement screenings to identify dysfunctional tissue for correction of overuse injuries. Clinicians will also receive hand-on instruction into highly effective manual therapy techniques to provide almost immediate changes in the fascial system of the body.  They will then be able return to the clinics with effective assessment and rehab techniques for manual therapy and kinesiology taping in a variety of settings. 




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