SI Joint Pain? Michael P. Reiman , PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, ATC, FAAOMPT, CSCS reprises his star roll in this comprehensive narration and demonstration of evaluation and treatment techniques for the SI joint. Multiple camera angles and close up detail shots ensure that your catching all the action. The SI Joint Evaluation and Treatment covers twenty-eight treatment techniques, including nine mobilizations and six muscle energy techniques. Michael P. Reiman also narrates and demonstrates twenty-seven examination techniques for the SI joint.
The Biomechanics of Running takes the participant through a methodical analysis and treatment of a runner. Instructor Keith Christianssen incorporates his expertise into a comprehensive and systematic approach to identify and treat dysfunctions that can lead to a faulty running gait. Keith demonstrates each component of the comprehensive examination, which includes postural analysis, joint mobility, range of motion, manual muscle testing and tissue extensibility.
Enhance your clinical reasoning skills along with your hands-on techniques for the evaluation and treatment of the sacroiliac joint and lumbar spine. Clinical reasoning skills and clinical prediction concepts will be introduced in order to determine the optimal treatment options for mobilizations, manipulations, and stabilizations. This course has a systematic presentation that provides an easy learning process to improving your skills when evaluating and treating the SI joint and lumbar spine.
Over 750,000 people suffer from a stroke each year. Timing of aggressive treatment approaches in combination with innovative rehab techniques is essential in order to minimize physical disability. Learn how to optimize treatment and outcomes and improve motor control and function.
This intermediate-level course provides an in-depth presentation on the successful management of elbow, wrist and hand injuries. Discover the essential anatomy and biomechanical contributions to optimal healing and function. A comprehensive approach to enhancing evaluation skills and tools to understand common surgical procedures, will be presented. Specific laboratory sessions will provide expert feedback from the instructor on the key elements for effective evaluation and treatment techniques. This information will contribute to the overall understanding of how to appropriately develop rehab programs that produce optimal functional results.
The information presented in this course, while vestibular in nature, is combined with a comprehensive, interactive laboratory component. Its focus is on the class participants' "Monday Morning" issues. The structure and function of the vestibular system are thoroughly discussed along with testing, diagnostics and intervention strategies to address a large scope of symptoms and diagnoses. When therapists return to their jobs on Monday morning, they will likely encounter patients with problems related to upright instability. Although these patients may not be diagnosed with vestibular disorders, they are indeed equipped with vestibular systems. Without basic knowledge of vestibular structure and function, therapists will likely miss a crucial element of the initial evaluation--one that could very well lead to more successful intervention outcomes.