10 bite sized mini tutorials presented over two weeks – easy to consume, valuable content you can use immediately. Over one hour of teaching. Subscribe now. Starts May 16th.
“ . . . no anatomical structure functions in isolation, and the mechanical load anywhere in the body is distributed through a continuous network of fascia, ligaments and muscles supporting the entire skeleton. . . focusing on singular anatomical structures to comprehend lumbopelvic pain, rather than considering the spine and pelvis as an integrated, interdependent and dynamic biological structure, might ‘blind’ the observer to the larger picture.”
Vora AJ, Doerr KD, Wolfer LR. Functional anatomy and pathophysiology of axial low back pain: disc, posterior elements, sacroiliac joint, and associated pain generators. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am. 201:21:679-709 [Pubmed]
What is Covered?
Enrol in this mini tutorial series with Donna Farhi because sacroiliac joint discomfort, pain or dysfunction is the most common problem Donna sees when teaching around the world. So much so, she jokingly says, “I could run sacroiliac intensives every week, and still have waiting lists!”
Donna is excited to offer this mini tutorial series where she gives an introduction to topics including:
The first video tutorial will be available on the 16th May, and a new video released every two days.
There is over an hour of free teaching from Donna, with valuable content you can use immediately to help resolve your own sacroiliac issues, or those of your students.
What others say…
Enrol now. While the course has started you can catch up…but only until the 8th June, then they’re gone.
18Days11Hours26Minutes11SecondsThis course is available now, but only for a limited time.Enrol Now
140 Ashworth Bush Rd, Rangiora, New Zealand Ph +643 4239562