Long Island District General Membership Meeting offering a Free Continuing Education Presentation
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When: Wednesday, December 6, 2017
6:30 PM
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Suffolk County Community College/ Ammerman Campus
550 College Rd
Selden, New York  11784
United States
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Long Island District General Membership Meeting offering a Free Continuing Education Presentation

Location: 

Suffolk County Community College/ Ammerman Campus in Selden. Riverhead Building Room 123

 

Date & Time: 
December 6th, 6:30pm - 9:00pm 

 

CE Course: The Symptomatic SI Joint, Clinical Examination, Diagnosis and Treatment

Presented by: Genne’ DeHenau McDonald, PT; Program/Project Manager Medical Affairs SI-BONE 
Ms. McDonald will be assisted by Lila Bartkowski-Abbate, PT, DPT, MS, OCS, WCS, PRPC and Lisa Anne Grieco  PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS

 

CE Credits: 

1.8 CEUs 

 

Costs and Availability: 

Course is only available to current Long Island District Members PT’s, PTA’s, and Students, and is FREE to these participants. 

 

Course Objectives:

1. Understand the prevalence of SI joint pain.

2. Review anatomy and biomechanics of the SI joint.

3. Review the Integrated Model of SIJ Function.

4. Understand the relationship between the lumbar spine, SI joint and hip.

5. Review subjective history for patient with SI joint pain.

6. Correctly perform SIJ provocation testing.

7. Review SI joint rehabilitation with review of current evidence.

  

After Completion of the course the attendee will be able to

1. Describe incidence rates for SIJ pain among patients initially diagnosed with low back pain.

2. Name a post-surgical population among whom residual pain may indicate SIJ pain.

3. Describe two conditions whose symptoms may mimic the symptomatology with SIJ pain.

4. Describe two exacerbating activities for patients with SIJ pain.

5. Describe two motions at the SIJ.

6. Describe the inter-relationships between changes in lumbar spine, hip and pelvis mechanics.

7. Demonstrate 5 pain provocation tests for the SIJ.

8. Describe two sensitive and specific tests to rule out hip pathologies during evaluation of SIJ pain.

9. Describe two components of the Functional Model of SIJ stability.

10. Name three components of comprehensive rehabilitation for SIJ generated pain. 

 

Additional Speaker Information: 
Genne’ DeHenau McDonald, PT

       28 years clinical experience (PT Degree Oakland University/Michigan State University)

       Former Adjunct Faculty and Clinical Lecturer

        University of Florida DPT Program

       Former Faculty Herman and Wallace Pelvic Health Institute

       Publications

       Musculoskeletal LBP During Pregnancy

       Piriformis Syndrome

       Co-Author and Editor Original Gynecological Manual SOWH

       APTA Member/SOWH Member since 1989

       Speaker for SOWH, SUNA

 
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