Fascial-Pelvis Myofascial Release
John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB
Fascial-Pelvis Seminar is an important component of the total Myofascial
Release Approach. This seminar provides participants with evaluatory and
treatment approaches for the myofascial and skeletal systems that will greatly
enhance ones ability to reduce pain and improve functional mobility.
Specific Myofascial Release Techniques for the:Erector
Spinae, Sacro-Illiac Joints, Pelvic Floor, Quadratus Lumborum, Lumbar Area,
Lower Extremities, Psoas, and Sacrum.
Myofascial/Osseous Release techniques focus on utilizing the osseous structures
as handles or levers to free the skeletal and its environment, the surrounding
important difference from other mobilization, muscle energy, and manipulation
procedures is that Myofascial Release techniques are performed very slowly
following the fascial releases. The fascial system does not release quickly or
all at one time. This time factor is essential for lasting results and the feel
over time is similar to a rope unraveling by the sensitive, trained hands of
the therapist in a three-dimensional manner like taffy untwisting and
Pelvis Myofascial Release techniques are safe, easily learned and highly
effective in reducing pain and restoring motion and optimal function on a
permanent basis by treating the entire Myofascial complex.
As a result of this course,
the participant will be able to:
Explain pelvic alignment and dysfunction.
Explain theory, anatomy and physiology of the lumbopelvic area.
Define and assess lumbopelvic dysfunction.
Apply and differentiate principles to problems of the abdominal and
Evaluate and assess the pelvic girdle and bring it into balanced
Perform decompression techniques to the lumbosacral junction on a
patient with compressive dysfunction.
Examine and assess sacral iliac mobility dysfunction and apply
myofascial/osseous techniques to alleviate the dysfunction.
Develop home exercise instruction to diminish pain, improve mobility,
and bring the lumbopelvic region into balanced alignment.
Date:March 1-3, 2013
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Program Content Area: Other
Intended Audience: PT, PTA,
CE Contact Hours: 20
Course Approval: IDFPR Approved
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