Lumbo-Pelvic Movement Patterns & Muscle Imbalances: Sub-classification - Functional Mechanism Based Rehab
WHAT WILL YOU GET FORM THIS COURSE THAT YOU MAY NOT ALREADY HAVE?
Quickly predict suitable treatment. No wasting time.
Assess the reason why people have altered movement so therapy can be targeted more specifically
See how postural and primitive reflexes can immediately change movement patterns.
Motor Control Problem Solving
Learn how to use this universal model to help you make exercises easier or harder.
Targeted Functional Integration
Understand how to effectively make the specific exercises for the patient
Safe Gym Exercises
Assess the patient to provide safe exercises in the gym or in rehab without provoking symptoms
Specific Clinical Examples for Primitive Reflexes
Clinical examples will be covered to illustrate how PR can be used for common clinical presentations.
Use movement pattern control to be able to provide exercises for temporary pain control
Learn some nice taping techniques to quickly control pain, increase movement and control movement
Regardless of how much knowledge you have in the lumbar spine you will benefit from knowing:
• Screening who can learn specific motor control
exercise and correct sub-classification
• Postural and primitive reflexes to immediately change movement patterns
• Functional mechanisms of loss of control
• Specific sensory motor function
• Functional integration strategies
Course Fee: $580
10% discount for:
• Group: 3 or more registrants from same company
(Must register together as a group at the same time)
• Early Bird: register by Sept 8, 2017
• New Physio Grads 2016 or 2017
(discounts cannot be combined together)
Pay in 2 instalments: Dec 2017 & March 2018
(Does not apply if use discount rates)
Date: Dec 1-3, 2017
Time: Fri: 3:00p.m. – 7:30p.m.
Sat: 8:30a.m. – 5:00p.m.
Sun 8:30a.m. – 4:00p.m.
Registration Deadline: November 24, 2017
Course Organizer: For more info contact Sean Gibbons @ 709-771-0909 or
Location: Max Health Institute
4-18 Champlain St, NB E1A 1N3
Send Payment To:
48 Bannister Street, Suite 101A
Mount Pearl, NL A1N 1W1
Or Fax: 709 702 0699
Lehtola V, Luomajoki H, Leinonen V, Gibbons SGT 2016 Sub-classification based specific movement control exercises are superior to general exercise in sub-acute low back pain when both are combined with manual therapy: A randomized controlled trial. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders . 17:135. DOI: 10.1186/s12891-016-0986-y