Lumbopelvic-Hip Complex Dysfunction

Introduction

Lumbopelvic-Hip Complex Dysfunction

“Reintegrating the Lumbopelvic Hip Complex:

Understanding Dysfunction and Optimizing Function”

The lumbopelvic and hip region is one of the most common areas of dysfunction. Clients often come to Pilates for rehabilitation from injuries and help with pain management, having been referred by a physician or a physiotherapist, or having heard Pilates is a gentle form of exercise that can be modified for injuries and conditions. In this course, you will learn about common dysfunctions and how to help clients transition from rehab to fitness.

 

Objectives

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the anatomy of the lumbopelvic hip complex
  • Understand the relationship between the spine, pelvis, and hips.
  • Describe common sacroiliac joint, pelvic floor, hip, and lumbar spine dysfunctions, including their etiologies and movement restrictions
  • Create a plan of Pilates sessions for a client with these dysfunctions
  • Recommend home exercises to clients to continue their path to optimum function

 

Lumbopelvic-Hip Complex Dysfunction

Prerequisites

Pilates Mat or comprehensive training, personal training certification, physiotherapist

 

Duration

Duration: 7 hours                      

 

Further Details

Pending PMA credits— the PMA is recognised by REPS for retrospective CPD points.               

There will be a short written, multiple answer comprehension test towards the end of the course to ensure that key information from this course has been understood prior to leaving the workshop. 

 
"Reintegrating the Lumbopelvic Hip Complex: Understanding Dysfunction and Optimizing Function"