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Joint Mobilization of the Spine, Neck and Pelvis

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Joint Mobilization of the Spine, Neck and Pelvis

With a focus on lower practitioner fatigue, biomechanical advantage, and results based options; explore applied anatomy and kinesiology with underlying themes of tissue specific identification, injury based movement modification, and use of evidence based best practices. The primary focus will be application and performance of powerful, effective joint mobilizations you can use daily in practice to help people recover fast and save your own body in the process.

Course Description

You cannot achieve optimal performance in the body if the foundation (bones and joints) are not there to support it. Learn about biomechanically safe methods of specific joint mobilization (arthrofascial stretching) and how it can benefit your practice, save your hands, improve outcomes and prolong your career. Discussion topic includes definition, basic application, healing principles, review of the literature and application in practice. You will get the tools to make your treatments easier and more effective – then you can choose the best option and make an informed decision. Stop with cookie cutter techniques and start critical thinking & application. See how joint mobilizations are an extension of your body that will give you renewed confidence in skills to use in practice.

General Class Layout

Joint Mobilization class layout
  • ~1 hr lecture & open discussion
  • ~2.5 hrs ‘hands on’ practical demonstration & practice of assessment/treatment skills using evidence based clinical integration of best practices for pathology recognition and management – you will have the opportunity to try set-ups on your instructors for direct feedback!
  • 1 hr lunch
  • ~0.5hrs review of morning material and questions
  • ~3 hrs practical demonstration & practice of assessment & treatment skills using evidence based clinical integration of best practices based on patient presentation
  • Assessment tools: observed student demonstration of skill, pre & post seminar surveys, web based and in person testing

Basic Format per Module

Basic format for joint mobilization seminars
  • Hands on anatomy & palpation review (bone, ligament, joint, muscle, nerve, vessel, fascia)
  • Evidence based clinical integration of assessment with pathology & evidence informed treatment options listed below:
  • Efficient biomechanics – work smarter instead of harder to prevent injury and get better results
  • Assessment Orthopedic & neurologic testing – have an accurate clinical understanding of the patients specific injury, compensation & dysfunction, differential diagnosis.
  • Joint mobilization – learn the best practical application of joint mobilization safely and effectively.
    • Grade 1-4 Mobilization with arthrofascial stretching

Text Reference (provided with class):  Quick Reference Evidence Based Physical Medicine Manual (2016), by Nikita Vizniak

  • Physical Medicine Textbook

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    The Evidence Based Physical Medicine Manual is among the best guides for healthcare students, therapists, doctors & instructors. This text contains concise, easily accessible information on topics including anatomy, kinesiology, soft tissue release, MET, PIR/PNF, IASTM, functional rehab., joint mobilization & manipulation, acupuncture, electrotherapies (MENS, TENS, US, laser, IFC), athletic taping, nutrition and much more. This text is a valuable study guide for students, practitioners and doctors preparing for National Board Exams, State/Province Board Exams, Clinical Skills Examinations and many other standardized licensure examinations.

    • Over 1500 Illustrations & Images, 1000s of references
    • Online Video, Image & Text Resources
    • Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed (DC, DO, MD, ND, PhD, PT, RMT, RN)
    • Clear Presentation & Logical Format Saves Time – Perfect for Board Exam Review
    • A Must-Have for Clinic & General Practice
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