Peggy Lamb – Stabilizing the Core & the SI Joint, A Manual Therapy Approach
Restoring a Stable Base
The sacrum is the cornerstone through which the weight of the upper body flows. Eighty-five percent of the population experiences pain directly related to SI joint dysfunction, which connects the sacrum to the pelvis. When the SI joint works in harmony with the pelvis, a wonderful self-locking device develops allowing us to move with ease and power.
Instructor Peggy Lamb will guide you through innovative and comprehensive strategies, including osteopathic-derived muscle energy techniques and neuromuscular therapy to restore the core and the SI joint. This lab-intensive recording is essential for anyone who uses manual therapy to achieve optimal outcomes for their clients.
- Review the anatomy and the dynamic nature of the sacrum and SI joint
- Describe the causes of sacroiliac pain and dysfunction
- Identify assessment tests of the SI joint and core stabilizing tissue
- Evaluate SI joint up-slips and corrections
- Practice techniques for restoring SI joint, sacral, and core function and mobility
- Apply strategies for resolving functional scoliosis and sciatica
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- Understanding spinal curvatures
- The architecture of the pelvis
- Impact of ligaments, body position, and gender on the sacrum
- Articulating surfaces
- Causes of SI joint dysfunction
ASSESSMENT TESTS (LAB)
- Test for iliac crest
- Test for sacral torsion
- Test for pubic bone
- Test for SI joint up-slip
- Test for leg length difference
COMPREHENSIVE OVERVIEW AND DEMONSTRATION OF MUSCLE ENERGY TECHNIQUES (LAB)
- Correction for sacral torsion
- Correction for iliac crest
- Correction for SI joint up-slip
- Correction for pubic bone
MUSCLE SWIMMING/DEEP TISSUE STRATEGIES (LAB)
- Piriformis/external rotators and/or quadratus lumborum
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