|Date:||Wednesday 13 Nov, 9am - Saturday 16 Nov, 5pm|
|Location:||AUT North Campus
Low back pain and pelvic girdle pain are common problems experienced by patients seen in clinical practice, from postpartum women to elite athletes.
The purpose of this 4-day, evidence-based course is to enhance your hands-on and clinical reasoning skills to determine the role of pelvis and hip dysfunction in a range of common recurrent problems and to more effectively treat pelvis and hip drivers. Therapists will leave with the skills and clinical reasoning to confidently predict when to locally treat the pelvis and hips, and when to look elsewhere for the underlying “Driver”. Therapists will also learn how to effectively treat Pelvis Drivers and Hip Drivers in the ConnectTherapy™ exercise & treatment framework - learn the skills to determine who needs specific neuromuscular training vs. those patients who need to "let go" and release over-active patterns.