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16
Oct
2020

Module 2: The Upper Quadrant - An integrated model of torso movement

Fri 16 Oct, 2020 03:00 pm - Sun 18 Oct, 2020 06:30 pm
$800.00
Module 2: The Upper Quadrant - An integrated model of torso movement

This module explores upper spinal dysfunction – and the relationship between dysfunction of the ‘core’, thorax, and proximal limb girdle and pain syndromes of the upper quadrant. It will examine the common patterns of posturo-movement which result in altered axial loading and effect spinal health. Simple posturo-movement tests point the way to specific joint and myofascial assessment and a tailored complimentary manual and movement therapy approach to rectifying the found joint and neuro-myo-fascial dysfunction. The Fundamental Patterns of the upper quadrant are presented. Exercise therapy involves correctly re-establishing these and their re-integration into functional patterns of movement and various therapeutic exercises aimed at improving upper spinal health.

Completion of Module 1 is advised before doing this module. The Friday evening workshop will summarise salient aspects of Module 1.

An AAP Education Accredited Course. AHPRA CPD 20 hours (2.5 days)

28
Nov
2020

Module 3. Putting it all together

Sat 28 Nov, 2020 09:00 am - Sun 29 Nov, 2020 06:30 pm
$600.00
Module 3. Putting it all together

This workshop further develops and integrates the content presented in Modules 1 & 2. Highly practical, this workshop aims to further develop and refine your practical and clinical reasoning skills in spinal rehabilitation. In particular we will focus upon tailored exercise therapy – teaching and further incorporating all the Fundamental Patterns into relevant exercises designed to improve the spine’s overall function and health. All your queries are answered in an interactive practical workshop format. Completion of Modules 1 & 2 is prerequisite.

An AAP Education Accredited Course. AHPRA CPD 18 hours.