Sacroiliac Joint Pain CPE-CPD Professional ​Development STUDY MODULE

Although Sacroiliac joint dysfunction accounts for a large portion of chronic low back pain prevalence, it is often overlooked or underdiagnosed and subsequently undertreated.

This might be one of the most relevant professional development  short courses can do as a Massage, Bowen or Myotherapist

You can do this course from the comfort of your own home or clinic. Increase your knowledge and do it in your own time at your own pace (save time and money) with this and all of our CPE-CPD workshops.

We have loads of useful information packed into this course which any Massage, Bowen or Myotherapist will find helpful when dealing with Sacroiliac joint pain.

 

This course will take you through anatomy physiology, aetiology, testing and treatment options.

  • 85$
    Valid for one year
    • This is a 5 Hour CPD Professional Development STUDY MODULE
    • For
    • Remedial Massage Therapist
    • Myotherapist
    • Bowen Therapist

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This STUDY MODULE is assessed by a 50 question online quiz, an 80% pass mark is required.  You can retry the quiz as many times as you require to pass. 

 

Course Objectives 
This STUDY MODULE is designed to give the therapist a clinical understanding of Sacroiliac joint pain. You will be able to use the information in the STUDY MODULE to base a treatment plan on. With the completion of this STUDY MODULE, you will have an understanding of the relevant Anatomy & Physiology, Aetiology and review the various treatment options available.

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This is not a complete list of all associations that accept our CPD courses. Most associations allow their members to select any course that will be beneficial to their practice. Our courses have been designed for that purpose. If your association is not listed, we recommend checking their CPD policies before purchasing.

System Requirements:  If you can work this web site you can work the STUDY MODULES

  • This STUDY MODULE is mobile and tablet friendly,  We suggest you use a computer to access the 3D anatomy model.

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