Examination and Treatment of SI Dysfunction
1.5 contact hours (CE provider info below)
Presented by: Dr. William J. Hanney, DPT, PhD, ATC, CSCS (see bio below)
ONLINE COURSE DESCRIPTION
Sacroiliac (SI) pain can be an enigma for therapists. There are many dogmatic approaches to managing the symptoms associated with SI dysfunction which can be challenging if a particular approach is not effective with a given client. This online course will review basic relevant anatomy and mechanics. Moreover, a practical approach to diagnosis will be discussed as well as common treatment approaches. This will be a quick review of concepts however the primary focus will be on clinically relevant material to assist with patient care. Upon conclusion of the webinar the participant will be confident in how to approach diagnosis and treatment of SI dysfunction.
Review of basic anatomy
Review of basic mechanics
The diagnostic process
ONLINE COURSE OBJECTIVES
Following completion of this course the participant will be able to:
- Identify the 4 primary joints associated with Lumbosacral pain
- Identify the 2 primary stabilization mechanisms for the SI joint
- Identify the 4 most diagnostically accurate tests for SI dysfunction
- Identify 3 manual therapy approaches to manage SI pain
PT CE Approval provided through Therapy Network Seminars:
*Approved “by virtue”
NY-NYSED Approved Provider for PT/PTAs 10/14/2014 – 10/14/2018
TX-TPTA Accredited Provider. This activity is provided by the TX Board of PT Examiners Accredited Provider and meets continuing competence requirements for PT and PTA licensure renewal in TX. .
OT CE Approval provided through Therapy Network Seminars:
*Satisfies NBCOT Requirements only.
AOTA Approved Provider # 3073. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.