Analysis and Management of Lumbar Spine and Pelvic Pain

Description:

Lumbar, pelvic and hip anatomy and neuroanatomy are explored. The functions and biomechanics of the pelvis are being discussed within the scope of physiology and pathology. Epidemiology and etiology of clinical patterns of lumbar, pelvic and hip dysfunctions are presented. The classification of disorders are discussed within the frame works of ICF (International Classification of Function), within the bio-psychosocial health and illness model among others. The examination and treatment of the low back and pelvic region with physio-, manual therapeutic and therapeutic taping approaches is demonstrated and practiced. All proposed contents are lectured within the scope of evidence based practice.

Objectives:

The participants

  • Know the anatomical and biomechanical basics of the lumbar and pelvic region
  • are capable to communicate and to develop therapeutic approaches with colleagues and other members of the interdisciplinary management team
  • can recognize and assess physiology and pathology of the low back and pelvic region
  • know the relationships between lumbar, pelvis and hip structures
  • are capable to assess lumbar, pelvic and hip structures independently
  • can develop and to participate in a client-centred management plan within the scope of ICF (International Classification of Function)
  • know protocols of physio- and manual therapeutic as well as taping techniques to assess and manage impaired lumbar, pelvic and hip structures
  • know the neuroanatomical characteristics of the lumbo-pelvic-hip region
  • can evaluate and apply the learnt examination- and treatment approaches within the scope of evidence based practice
Who Should Attend:

Physiotherapist, Medical Doctor, Osteopath

Course Length:
3 days
Course Title Instructor Name Start Date End Date
Analysis and Management of Lumbar Spine and Pelvic Pain 7 Oct 2016 9 Oct 2016
Analysis and Management of Lumbar Spine and Pelvic Pain 7 Oct 2016 9 Oct 2016
Analysis and Management of Lumbar Spine and Pelvic Pain 7 Oct 2016 9 Oct 2016

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