The SI Joint and Pelvic Girdle

Why take this Continuing Education Course?

This two-day intermediate level seminar is designed to provide the medical professional with a simplified evidence-based approach to managing dysfunctions of the pelvic girdle. Anatomy of the SI and pelvic girdle region and the evidence-based treatment theory form the foundation of the lecture. In-depth analysis of the biomechanics of the SI and pelvic girdle region are presented and form the basis for evaluation of alignment within the SI and pelvic girdle. The participants, through extensive lab exercises, will be led through the development of treatment plans by applying muscle energy, joint mobilization and muscle re-education techniques. Course instruction will also focus on developing a working knowledge of the theory behind muscle energy and joint mobilization techniques combined with supporting evidence from the current literature. The practical application labs will be supplemented by lecture and group discussions. Efficacy of the various techniques for SI and pelvic girdle dysfunction will also be discussed in order to allow the participant to determine the best evidence based treatments for their clients. A course manual with illustrations and step-by-step instructions will assist the clinician in immediately and confidently applying these skills to their clinical setting. This information is essential to develop a comprehensive evaluation and treatment program for the SI and pelvic girdle region.


Physical therapy and Occupational Therapy Continuing Education Courses
  • Understand the functional anatomy of the pelvic girdle.
  • Recognize common pelvic girdle dysfunction and demonstrate comprehensive evaluation techniques.
  • Explain the theoretical foundation of muscle energy techniques.
  • Explain the theoretical foundation of joint mobilization techniques.
  • Describe the current findings in the peer-reviewed literature that impact pelvic girdle diagnosis and treatment.
  • Describe the indications and contraindications for using muscle energy techniques.
  • Describe the indications and contraindications for using joint mobilization.
  • Identify key elements of a patients history to assist in the diagnostic process.
  • Identify muscle length imbalances of the lumbopelvic-hip complex.
  • Perform appropriate muscle energy and joint mobilization techniques for pelvic girdle dysfunction.
  • Develop evidence based rehabilitation programs for specific dysfunctions that are based on current scientific literature.
  • Instructor name

    Michael P. Reiman, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, ATC, FAAOMPT, CSCS

    I am one of a very few clinicians who has specialty certification in orthopedics, sports medicine and manual therapy.
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    Continuing Education, Dates & Locations

    December 5, 2015 - December 6, 2015

    15.00 hours of CME credit

    Saint Peter's Sports Medicine Institute Somerset, NJ

    Tuition $ 425.00



    State Continuing Education Course Approvals

    All courses are pre-approved by the state licensing boards for physical therapists, physical therapy assistants and occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants and athletic trainers for license renewal in the state the course is offered.

    Courses provided by AOTA providers are accepted by NBCOT. 1 hour = 1.25 PDU. North American Seminars is and AOTA provider, provider #4487

    Online Continuing Education Course Resource For This Course

    PT PTA OT Online Continuing Education Course

    Examination and Treatment of the SI Joint

    Price when purchased with registration: $ 79.95

    Delivery: DVD delivered to course site

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