The Pelvis and Sacroiliac Joint - Missed Causes of Back Pain?Many individuals complain of low back pain, often with pain or pins & needles travelling to the legs. This is often put down to muscle spasm, discs, or Sciatica. But, when is it really the pelvic joints? This lecture we will look at the importance of pelvic conditions disguising themselves as simple backpain. An essential area for pregnancy, for sportsmen following a fall or hard tackle, and for those who have had a car accident. Are you missing these injuries in your clients? Attend this lecture to find out!!
Functional Rehabilitation of the ShoulderShoulder pain is one of the most common conditions clients present with. Often put down to frozen shoulder, impingement, trigger points, or referred pain this workshop will shed light on this painful and debilitating condition. Learn how to distinguish between common conditions, when and how to treat and when it is essential to refer your client on. There will be practical demonstration of assessment and treatment techniques including biomechanics of shoulder function, trigger point location and treatment, joint mobilisation techniques, and rehab exercise. An essential workshop for the up-to-date therapist.