Shane Malecha – Manual Therapy for Lumbar, Sacroiliac, & Pelvic Dysfunctions
Salepage : Shane Malecha – Manual Therapy for Lumbar, Sacroiliac, & Pelvic Dysfunctions
Courses Content :
- Shane Malecha is a professor.
6 hours and 7 minutes.
Audio and video formats are available.
Copyright: November 9, 2018
In this hands-on class, you will learn how to simplify the complexities of low back pain. Improve your manual therapy diagnosis and treatment abilities for the most prevalent lumbar and sacroiliac joint dysfunctions. Learn about a simplified approach to lower back treatment that is relevant to both acute and chronic issues by utilizing manual techniques such as mobilization and articulation. To enhance the long-term efficiency of the manual adjustments, a quick review of stabilizing exercises will be provided. Attendees will be able to apply these approaches immediately to increase their clinical efficiency.
Lumbar, Sacroiliac, and Pelvic Dysfunction Manual Therapy (5.83 MB)
Outline 82 Pages Available After Purchase
ORTHOPEDIC EVALUATION PRINCIPLES
The initial visit’s objectives
Sympathy vs. empathy
Keeping clinical blindness at bay
Who should receive therapy?
Flags that are red
Subjective and objective assessment keys
LOW BACK PAIN EPIDEMIOLOGY
Factors that predispose
The Lumbar Spine’s Bony Anatomy
Lumbar Spine Soft Tissue Anatomy
Common Lumbar Spine Biomechanics Diagnosis
Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD)
Disc protrusion Spondylolisthesis
Nucleus Pulposis Herniated
LUMBAR SPINE DYSFUNCTION EVALUATION
The key to understanding subjective history
Evaluation of posture
Dynamic, lordosis, lateral displacement, sitting, standing
Loss of mobility
How much movement quality is there?
Willingness to relocate
Movements that are repeated
What happens when you move?
What happens as a result of the movement
Signs that are permanent
Other factors to consider
Hip and SI joint clearance testing
Tests for intermittent claudication
LUMBAR SPINE DYSFUNCTION TREATMENT
Treatment of the critically ill patient
Techniques for mid-range movement
Patient with subacute/chronic illness
Syndrome of Dysfunction
Treatment for Adherent Nerve Root Derangement
Prevention Manual Therapy Techniques to Maintain Function Recovery
Manual overpressure on the prone extension
Lumbar pronation mobilization
Mobilization of Flexion Rotation
Shane Malecha, PT, DPT, MS, CSCS, is a member of the faculty. Seminars and items that are related: Aegis Therapies has two physical therapists.
Shane Malecha is a Physical Therapist with postgraduate degrees in Biology. He is also an NSCA-certified strength and conditioning specialist. He has six years of clinical experience in a range of settings, including out-patient, in-patient, neurological rehabilitation, and sports medicine. One of his areas of expertise is spinal examinations and rehabilitation, as well as fall prevention. Dr. Malecha also serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, the Advisory Panel of Education for the American Physical Therapy Association, and the Special Olympics FUNFitness program.
Dr. Malecha has been with Aegis Therapies since 2009. Previously, I worked as the head of a home health business and as a staff clinician at an orthopedic/sports medicine clinic. Dr. Malecha earned his doctorate from the Institute of Health Professions at Massachusetts General Hospital in 2006. He earned a master’s degree in science from the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse in 2004 and a bachelor’s degree in biology/pre-medicine from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota in 2001.
Dr. Malecha has given several lectures on medical screening for physical therapy, Lumbar/Thoracic/Cervical examination and treatment, vestibular rehabilitation, and fall prevention.
Disclosures for Speakers:
Financial: Shane Malecha is being compensated for his participation in today’s educational activity.
Shane Malecha does not have any relevant non-financial relationships to declare.
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