LOWER LIMB AND ITS INFLUENCE ON POSTURAL DYSFUNCTIONS AND PAIN SYNDROMES OF THE PELVIC AREA AND THE LUMBAR SPINE 2022 Oct.
Practical training LOWER LIMB AND ITS INFLUENCE ON POSTURAL DYSFUNCTIONS AND PAIN SYNDROMES OF THE PELVIC AREA AND THE LUMBAR SPINE
The training will take place with translation into Lithuanian. Live attendance only.
DATE/TIME: October, 2022 (the date will be updated shortly). The training starts at 9.00 AM on both days. Total duration – 16 academic hours.
How to register for the course:
1. Fill out the REGISTRATION FORM / DALYVIO VARDAS PAVARDĖ below. Note: if the payment is made by another person, please enter the details of the PARTICIPANT in the form.
2. Put the course to the CART / Į KREPŠELĮ.
3. Go to the CART (button in the top right) and proceed to the payment options.
You will get all the information about the course (address, arrival time, clothing etc.) 2-3 weeks before the course by e-mail.
Participants will be issued 16 qualifying hours electronic CERTIFICATES suitable for licensed professionals.
TARGET AUDIENCE: PM&R physicians, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, therapeutic massage specialists, sports medicine doctors.
– Palpation (practical version) based on the application of palpation anatomy. In this section we will also refer to imaging tests such as X-ray and MRI which are an attempt to objectify the process and we will discuss the issue of “red flags” in therapy.
– Functional examination of the patient in terms of the quality and quantity of movement aimed at determining the area and mechanism of dysfunction. In this part, we will introduce the concepts of postural analysis, myofascial imbalance, examination or determination of the patient’s movement patterns (with particular emphasis on the long-term effects of previous injuries, operations, diseases, etc.), and finally, we will present the use of a subaroscopic platform for computerized examination of feet in statics and dynamics.
– We will help you determine what structure hurts, thanks to palpation, then we will teach you to find out why it hurts and to conduct self-therapy of the patient. The aim of the workshop is to prepare students for independent work, case studies, follow the entire therapeutic path, and analyze information obtained in a physiotherapeutic examination, interview and imaging tests.
LECTURERS: Michał Kłosek – physiotherapist, osteopath and Sławomir Żukowski – physiotherapist whith First Degree of specialization in rehabilitation, psychoanalyst, founder and main consultant at Specialistic Center of Rehabilitation Vita.
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