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December 2017


Pelvic Neurodynamics

December 1, 2017

Course Description: Explore the sensitive nervous system of the pelvic and abdominal nerves in this 1-day course. We will review the relevant neuroanatomy of the pelvic organs, sensory and motor nerves of the pelvis and common pathologies. The majority of the course will be dedicated to internal and external treatment techniques for the nerves of the lower trunk and pelvis. Participants will learn gentle Myofascial Techniques, Dermnoneuromodulation, and both passive and active Applied Neurodynamics for the abdomen, pelvis and upper…

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Mobilization of Visceral Fascia: Urinary System – Calgary, AB

December 1, 2017 - December 3, 2017

Course Description: The fascial system consists of four concentric layers, with the visceral layer beginning at the naso-pharynx and ending at the anal aperture. This course will focus on theory and manual therapy technique for mobilizing fascial structures of the visceral system. The abdomino-pelvic canister is a functional and anatomical construct comprised of the somatic structures of the abdominal cavity and pelvic basin, which work synergistically to support the midline of the body. The walls of this canister are occupied…

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The Fascial Connection To Restore Movement

December 2, 2017 - December 3, 2017

Formerly titled The Pelvic Floor Without Borders Please note: This is a stand-alone course and can be taken by any health care professional. There are no prerequisites for this course. This course does not involve any internal palpation of the pelvic floor. During this course you will learn: What fascia is The connection of fascia to gut health, pelvic health, hip pain and low back pain The importance of fascia when retraining movement How to teach your patients to create ease of movement by…

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January 2018


The Lactating Breast Ontario

January 12, 2018 - January 14, 2018

What Every Physio Should Know About Breasts: Breasts are often the first bodily attribute that defines a human as female. Yet independent of their assigned sexual role, their function is cardinal to all members of the class Mammalia. In humans, the breasts operate as the extra-gestate placenta through the specialized system of lactation that is in and of itself part of the human reproductive system. Women’s Health physiotherapy concerns itself primarily with influences of the female reproductive system and improving…

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Level II/III: Female & Male Pelvic Pain January 2018

January 18, 2018 - January 21, 2018

Course Description Many people experience pelvic pain and dysfunction that affects their quality of life. Pelvic pain is strongly driven by central pain mechanisms and a new framework to understand centrally-driven pain is covered in the first two days of this course.  This framework will give you a deep understanding of the brain and the nervous system, and how to target both of them appropriately using evidence-based practice. In the final two days, you will learn the evaluation and treatments for…

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Level I: The Physical Therapy Approach to Female and Male Urinary Incontinence – January 2018

January 26, 2018 - January 28, 2018

Course Description: Urinary incontinence is an important health issue that has traditionally not been well managed. One in four women and one in nine men are affected by urinary incontinence. Ongoing research into core dynamics recognizes the pelvic floor as an important component of core retraining, and yet, accurate assessment and treatment techniques of the pelvic floor are lacking in clinical practice. Hypertonicity vs. hypotonicity of these muscles needs to be addressed through palpatory assessment of the pelvic floor. The…

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