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Optimising Motor Control of the Lumbo-pelvic Region

Presenter: Trish Wisbey Roth, FACP This course includes: a detailed outline of the dynamic slings of the lumbopelvic and hip regions and how they relate to individual patient presentation; a specific and graded assessment protocol for lumbopelvic and hip dysfunction, detailing practical strategies that can be incorporated into rehabilitation and maintenance training programs to optimise dynamic lumbopelvic/hip control and proprioception; and detailed exercise handouts included in the training manual that can be applied in the clinic immediately.
The course includes: - An assessment of dysfunctional local/global muscle recruitment patterns of the lumbar spine, pelvis and hips. - A grading system to assess and progress a lumbopelvic progressed functional program from the acute stage of treatment, to return to normal function. - A practical session, where participants are introduced to a wide variety of graded core stability and functional exercises using motor control cues and gymnastic balls, recognising the correct level of exercise difficulty and how to progress. - Designing an effective hip exercise program specific to presenting dysfunction and progressed through a graded approach to peak performance with an evidence based rehab strategy. - A detailed explanation of the “Hip Rehab Exercise Grid” theory and exercises demonstrated, practiced and explained with detailed exercise templates provided


Location Address Dates
Victoria Camberwell Start date: 11 Aug 2018 09:00
End date: 12 Aug 2018 17:00