The Sacroiliac Joint
By: WebExercises Academy

Course Description

CBP Non-Profit Research #38: The Sacroiliac Joint Summary: Low back, hip, groin, and leg pain can be caused by irritation and instability of the sacroiliac joint ligaments and surrounding tissues. Dr. Deed Harrison reviews the biomedical literature pertaining to the anatomy and biomechanics of the sacroiliac SI joint to update current concepts and treatment of the SI join dysfunctions. Watch this ourse to: Understand the complexity of the anatomy and mechanics of the SI join and surrounding tissues. Learn the motion and the ‘system’ of the sacroiliac joint. Recognize clinical treatments and come up with the proper rehabilitation programs. Low back, hip, groin, and leg pain can be caused by irritation and instability of the sacroiliac joint ligaments and surrounding tissues. Dr. Deed Harrison reviews the biomedical literature pertaining to the anatomy and biomechanics of the sacroiliac SI joint to update current concepts and treatment of the SI join dysfunctions.Learning Objectives: Understand the complexity of the anatomy and mechanics of the SI join and surrounding tissuesLearn the motion and the motion and "system" of the sacroiliac jointRecognize clinical treatments and come up with the proper rehabilitation programs. Low back, hip, groin, and leg pain can be caused by irritation and instability of the sacroiliac joint ligaments and surrounding tissues. Dr. Deed Harrison reviews the biomedical literature pertaining to the anatomy and biomechanics of the sacroiliac SI joint to update current concepts and treatment of the SI join dysfunctions.Learning Objectives:Describe the complexity of the anatomy and mechanics of the SI join and surrounding tissuesRecognize the motion and the motion and "system" of the sacroiliac jointRecognize clinical treatments and come up with the proper rehabilitation programs. Low back, hip, groin, and leg pain can be caused by irritation and instability of the sacroiliac joint ligaments and surrounding tissues. Dr. Deed Harrison reviews the biomedical literature pertaining to the anatomy and biomechanics of the sacroiliac SI joint to update current concepts and treatment of the SI join dysfunctions.Learning Objectives:Describe the complexity of the anatomy and mechanics of the SI join and surrounding tissuesRecognize the motion and the motion and "system" of the sacroiliac jointRecognize clinical treatments and come up with the proper rehabilitation programs.

Course Details

  • The Sacroiliac Joint
  • By:    WebExercises Academy
  • Instructor:    Deed E. Harrison, D.C.
  • Total CE Hours:    1
  • Course Format:     Online Distance Learning
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  • Course Categories:     DC Continuing Education
  • Course Subjects | CE HOURS:
    • Anatomy  -1 CE Hours