Back pathology and movement directions – a special population course (Teach)
January 11, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm£120 – £150
Back Pathology and movement direction – Sally Roberts 1 day
This workshop has been developed to help us gain a good understanding of the common range of pathologies we come across in our work. Each participant is given a topic to research and present to the rest of the group, which will be discussed and reviewed by Sally.
- Psychology of chronic Lower back pain
- Hypermobility Syndrome
- Back Surgery, and post operative long term management
- Extension related lumbar spine to include spondilolythesis and facet joint syndrome
- Sacro–iliac Joint Dysfunction (SIJ)
- Disc related injuries
- Ankylosing Spondylitis
- Thoracic spine issues and thoracic outlet syndrome
Movement Direction Considerations
We will workshop each movement direction, the emphasis of the exercise, movement faults and cautions/contraindications. From the clients’ medical history and postural presentation we may choose to modify the exercises or exclude exercises.
The consideration of movement direction is useful when putting together a balanced class. Namely: flexion, extension, rotation, side flexion both in the trunk and peripherals. The layering of more complex movements should be integrated as the client progresses. The evaluation of how a client performs in a particular direction of movement informs us how we will facilitate improvements in the execution of the exercise.
Cost £175 (early bird £150 booked 4 weeks in advance)
Discounts for PiN £120