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Evidence based understanding of clinical anatomy, diagnostics and treatment of the pelvis

Course Date

Start: 13th October 2018 @ 09:30am
End: 14th October 2018 @ 16:30pm

Course Location

AECC University College
Parkwood Campus, Parkwwod road, Bournemouth, Dorset, England


Course Description

Over this course Dr Vleeming will present his research work and distil a 20 year career into a digestible weekend workshop that promises a new understanding and a set of new skills for practise.

This course will be especially related to better diagnostics and treatment of pelvic girdle patients. The course has both theoretical clinical content as well as hands on demonstrations on diagnostics and treatment. Dr Vleeming will show both the clinical research and his clinical work with patients.

Day 1

09:15     Registration (Welcome tea & coffee)

09.30      The function of the pelvis and the SIJ. An integrated and biomechanical model for understanding the function of the lumbopelvic spine

10.00     Form and force closure of the pelvis and the sacroiliac joint

10.45     Coffee break

11:00     Continue form and force closure

12.30     Lunch

13.30     The specific role of the SIJ ligaments and muscles for self-bracing the SIJ

14:45     Coffee break

15.00      A proven model for self-bracing the SIJ, based on Roentgen stereophotogrammetry analysis (RSA)

16.30     Closure

Day 2

09.30        Practical hands on session of the pelvis

10.45        Coffee break

11:00        Continue

12.30        Lunch

13.30        Evidence based test and diagnostic SIJ protocols

15:00        Break

15:15        Continue

16.30        Closure


Course Credits


Course Contact Name

Carleen Coombes

Course Contact Email