The number of times I've heard this story is staggering. It isn't always the weight that someone has lifted; but rather, how they moved.
Bending over to pick up a dropped pen or to collect the mail can be all it takes for some people's sacrum to become problematic. Naturally trauma from slips, falls and motor vehicle accidents are also sources of sacral dysfunctions.
|Want to become more SKILLED at decreasing nonspecific back pain?||Needing to REDUCE the amount of wear and tear on your body||Are you looking for a technique that integrates with your current treatment style?|
If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions above, then this online course is for you.
Accomplish better results treating nonspecific back pain that is even more gentle than Muscle Energy Technique for the patient/client.
- Introduction to concepts of joint function and dysfunction
- Introduction of methods of sacroiliac joint testing
- Exploration of methods to correct sacroiliac dysfunctions
You will be able to correct sacral dysfunctions that cause pain and limit someone's range of motion. It many instances these dysfunctions have been plaguing a person for years, yet you will still be able to make lasting change for the person.
If you are wanting to expand your effectiveness treating non-specific low back pain you will find this course valuable.
You will be able to utilize the methods immediately into your practice.
Have a "patient" for the live webinar to practice "hands-on". This is mandatory for CMTBC CEUs and completion certificate.
Read the manual and watch the videos prior to the live webinar
Create a free ZOOM account and UPDATE your player
- Introduction of instructor and students
- Anatomy and physiology of pelvic bones
Sacroiliac joint tests
- McConnell's test
- Standing flexion test
- Sitting flexion test
- Pelvic rocking test
- Pubic shotgun technique
- Sacroiliac joint gapping
- Sacroiliac joint "hitch" correction
- Sacral torsion (theory)
- Locating and palpating sacral landmarks
- Static position
- Mobility tests to sacrum
- Treating sacral torsions
- "Patient" no longer required
- Student Self-assessment
- Student assessment of teaching
- CEU certificate will be available online after completion of assessments
Sacral Balancing Course Manual
Make Cardboard Sacrum
Sitting Flexion Test
Pelvic Rocking Test
Sacroiliac Joint Gapping
Sacroiliac Joint "Hitch" Correction
Palpating Sacral Landmarks
Student Self-assessment Sacral Balancing Webinar June 5, 2022
Student Assessment of Teaching Sacral Balancing June 5, 2022
Confident knowing if there is a sacroiliac dysfunction and differentiate it from pelvic organ dysfunction.
Recognize changes were made by testing before and after the corrections.
Robert has been involved with teaching Massage Therapy skills for over 25 years, including Muscle Energy Technique, Craniosacral in several forms, Neuromuscular Therapy, Assessment, Osteopathic Techniques, and more. He has been a teaching assistant for several instructors offering continuing education, taught in 3 different Massage Therapy Colleges, written articles and been involved in the running of the Massage Therapy profession in British Columbia.
Anatomy of the pelvic bones and joints
Assess sacroiliac motion 4 ways
Correct Pubic Symphysis
Increase sacroiliac motion
Easy method to correct Sacral Dysfunctions
Are there CMTBC Continuing Education Credits?
Yes there are 7 PE for cycle 12 and 13
What are the prerequisites?
Before the live ZOOM webinar:
- Read the manual
- Watch the videos
- Make a free ZOOM account
- Have a "patient" for the live practical portion of the webinar. This is a requirement to receive CMTBC continuing education credits and certificate.
How does online education work with Dynamic Therapies?
We use a learning management system (LMS) to deliver all the currently taught content, video instructions and materials. For webinars the live portion will be through ZOOM.
Is this the same information in a face-to-face course?
Yes, the material is the same. You will be able to view, download and print the course manual. The course has written descriptions as well as video content that you can review as much as you like for 1 year.
Is it hard to learn?
You will be able to follow along and practice with the videos for the practical portions during the webinar. I recommend you view the videos prior to the live event. Your skills you have already acquired as a therapist will help you to perform the necessary palpation.
How long will I have access to the course content online?
You will have access to all the course content 1 year. This includes the videos of procedures and online manual. You are able to print the detailed manual to have beyond the 1 year date.