A client with low back pain suffers from an array of compensations caused by joint movement restrictions in the pelvis and lumbar spine. These compensations can mislead the practitioner, waste valuable session time and delay integration. This algorithm is designed to expedite the identification and resolution of joint restrictions in clients with complications in the back and pelvis. The algorithm begins with a simple movement test which has a simple positive or negative result. That result directs the practitioner to a specific palpation test which identifies the joint restriction. The algorithm then leads you to the procedure to resolve the restriction. All of these restrictions can be resolved in 15 to 25 minutes. This will greatly reduce or eliminate the pain, inflammation, and compensations All of this without having to be an expert in spinal mechanics. This course is designed for the easy understanding of principles and immediate application of techniques. The course ends with a low back clinic, to reinforce your new skills so that you can begin using them on your first day back at work.
John deMahy is a graduate of the Rolf Institute®, The Osteopathic College of Ontario, and the LSU School of Nursing. He began his career in orthopedics and emergency nursing and has practiced Structural Integration for 32 years. John is the author of the manual series, Joint Restrictions in Structural Integration. These texts present his simple and effective algorithm for the assessment and treatment of restrictions in the axial skeleton. John taught dance kinesiology at the University of North Carolina Charlotte and has been teaching The Axial Joint Restriction Series courses for over 10 years.
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