Pelvis & SIJ

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Physiotherapy Management of Incontinence in Men

R400.00

3 CEUs

    This online course summarizes: the prevalence and burden of male UI and FI; the male continence mechanism; how the cause of continence differs between males and females; how the consequences of treating prostate cancer impact continence; how male incontinence is managed using the latest evidence; and future directions for research and practice.


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Endometriosis

R400.00

3 CEUs

    Endometriosis is an often painful female reproductive disorder that is on the rise in Western countries. It is estimated to affect between seven and 10 percent of all women in the general population. 

    So what has that to do with you as a physiotherapist? Well, did you know that a number of primary musculoskeletal impairments can manifest as pelvic pain? It is therefore important to be aware of the common signs and symptoms of endometriosis presents, especially those which mask as musculoskeletal. 

    Also described are the most common running-related injuries including patellofemoral pain and iliotibial band syndromes and their biomechanics and prevention.


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Deep Dry Needling of the Pelvis

R400.00

3 CEUs

    Is it possible to develop trigger points in the pelvic muscles?

    Can Dry Needling be utilized for this sensitive and intimate anatomical region?

    The mechanism of development of trigger points in the pelvic region will be discussed in this online course. How to apply needling techniques to 13 different pelvic muscles will be illustrated


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The Sacro-Iliac Joint - Part 1

R400.00

3 CEUs

    We all know that physical factors impact joint motion. But what factors influence the actual mechanics of the joint? Are they purely “mechanical”, or could something else be at play?

    This course briefly outlines the assessment findings and the principles for management of the various factors that impact function of the SIJ. It also provides a comprehensive methodology for the effective management of pelvic pain and dysfunction.

     


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The Sacro-Iliac Joint - Part 2

R400.00

3 CEUs

    We all know that physical factors impact joint motion. But what factors influence the actual mechanics of the joint? Are they purely “mechanical”, or could something else be at play?

    This course briefly outlines the assessment findings and the principles for management of the various factors that impact function of the SIJ. It also provides a comprehensive methodology for the effective management of pelvic pain and dysfunction


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