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Pelvic biomechanics & leg-length discrepancies

Pelvic biomechanics & leg-length discrepancies
  • Webinar
  • Clinical Course
CPD 1.5
(inclusive of GST)
Free for members, $38 for non-members
Date 26 Jul 2017
Time 7.30 -9.00pm

Course Description

Presenter: Joachim Enevoldsen

If and how much the sacroiliac joint moves has been a debate for the ages amongst Osteopaths. This webinar will explore:

  • Basic pelvic biomechanics
  • The amount of movement at the sacroiliac joint as proven by current scientific literature.
  • The main muscles and ligaments that add to pelvic and lower back stability
  • How the sacroiliac joint influences the pelvis, lower back and lower extremity.
  • A discussion on what may cause leg length discrepancies

About the presenter:

Joachim Enevoldsen graduated from RMIT University in 2004 and returned home to Brisbane where he’s practiced since. He has a particular interest in treating chronic and difficult conditions. Joachim has developed a system of diagnosis to make treating every patient easier, particularly those with chronic pain. He has identified the occurrence of certain patterns that consistently cause chronic pain. Over the past nine years he has investigated how to explain these chronic strain patterns from a biomechanically excepted viewpoint.

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Pelvic biomechanics & leg-length discrepancies