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Physio Course in Australia Australia - New South Wales (Sydney) - Sydney, NSW

Retrain Lumbo-pelvic stability with Brain Games, Motor Control & Functional Ex's  

Advanced Manual Therapy Associates

This unique 1 day course provides a practical framework to address your patients back, pelvic & hip injuries and altered movement patterns and how to improve their ability to move and return to exercise without pain. The course reviews anatomy & biomechanics of the lumbo-pelvic region, and the science of motor control retraining in order to create a framework for assessment of lumbo-pelvic stability and optimal vs mal-adaptive motor control strategies. You will then learn how to release and turn off overactive muscles in the low back, pelvis, and hips including new techniques that unwind overactive muscles in 3D, and practice ways to teach self-releases through brain games. We then focus on retraining postural awareness, and improve your patients understanding of their movement patterns and pain so that they can be actively involved in retraining their brain to improve muscle activation patterns. Retraining core stability and gluteal muscle activation is then integrated into a progressive rehabilitation program that aims to improve functional capacity and stability
Course Content For Retraining Lumbo-pelvic Stability Course
Introduction - course outline
A model of lumbo-pelvic function & stability
Anatomy of the lumbo-pelvic region
Low back pain and altered motor control
Practical session 1: Clinical assessment of functional stability for:
-lumbo-pelvic region
-pelvis on hip
-Theory of core muscle rehabilitation
Practical session 2: Unwinding overactive muscles & core control and retraining
Practical 3: Integrating core activation into movement: "Brain Games 1"
Practical session 4: Retraining postural control during functional activities or :Brain Games 2"
Practical Session 5: Integration of core and gluteal muscle function
-gluteus medius muscle retraining
-gluteus maximus activation and functional progressions
-Progression of exercises in the clinical setting
-How to set homework for patients and time frames for positive recognition of improvements

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Advanced Manual Therapy Associates

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Barbara Hungerford

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20-05-2021 sep Unique Course Seeker Views: 152 sep Total Course Views: 744

Listing ID: 7198710

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