- Digital Seminar
- Downloadable/Streaming MP4 Video and MP3 Audio with electronic manual and instructions.
- JERRY HESCH, DPT, MHS, PT
- PESI Rehab
- CE Available:
- No, CE credit is not available
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- Analyze the significant limitation of the malalignment theory of SIJD, and the limitation of the Muscle Energy Model.
- Recognize asymmetrical and symmetrical movement dysfunction and effectively intervene.
- Compare the traditional model with the Hesch Model.
- Understand and integrate evidence-based practice in patient care.
- Appreciate the principle of regional dependence in providing integrated treatment of the SIJ, pubic joint, hip joint, and lumbar spine.
- Recognize painful and non-painful movement impairments.
- Utilize evidence-based practice principles for evaluation and treatment.
- Discuss research and theoretical literature related to sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
- Identify distal compensations within a whole-body perspective.
- Describe joint, neuromuscular, posture, and movement models.
- Understand that micromotion testing has greater relevance than gross motion landmark testing.
- Perform palpation and spring testing and effectively treat hypomobility and hypermobility.
- Effectively teach self-mobilization, making patients independent of manual therapy with 1-3 visits.
- Using Clinical Prediction Rules, evaluate and treat common patterns of symmetrical and asymmetrical dysfunction.
- Prescribe effective exercises and self-care for patients with SIJD.
WHAT’S NEW IN SACRIOLIAC JOINT REHAB
HANDS-ON LAB: MEDICAL SCREENING FOR PATTERNS OF LUMBOPELVIC-HIP MOTION DYSFUNCTION
- The traditional model vs. the Hesch Method
- Macromotion and micromotion
- What the traditional model misses that the Hesch Method gets right
- Reviewing the evidence: support for the Hesch Method
HANDS-ON LAB: EXPAND YOUR TOOLBOX FOR SIJD PREVENTION AND REHABILITATION
- Practice today’s best evaluation for:
- Hip joint
- Most common pattern of sacroiliac joint dysfunction
- Anterior ilium
- Posterior ilium
- Sacral torsion
- Pubic joint
- Symmetrical patterns
HANDS-ON LAB: INCORPORATING MANUAL THERAPY AND EXERCISE FOR BETTER OUTCOMES
- Practice effective techniques you can use immediately to:
- Restore function
- Increase range of motion
- Alleviate chronic pain
- Regain stability and mobility
- Resolve joint hypomobility
- Remove reflex inhibition
- Improve leg length inequality
IMPROVE YOUR REIMBURSEMENT RATE
- Practice combining:
- A simpler model of mobility testing and grading
- Gentle method of joint mobilization
- Home exercise program
- Self-mobilization for the patient
CASE STUDIES: PUT KNOWLEDGE TO PRACTICE
- Coding and billing updates for SIJD rehab
- Justify rehab with the right progress measures and documentation
- Avoid denials and adults with these tips
BECOME YOUR REGION’S GO-TO SIJD PREVENTION SPECIALIST
- Case study 1: Evaluate and treat downslip ilium that presents as upslip
- Case study 2: Reflex connection between the pelvis and the upper cervical
- Case study 3: False positive pelvic instability in pregnancy
- Case study 4: Joint spring test with pudendal neuropathy with coexisting SIJD
- The insider’s guide to specialization and professional networking
- Build referrals faster: effectively market your SIJ program
JERRY HESCH, DPT, MHS, PT
For over 35 years, Jerry Hesch, DPT, MHS, PT, has specialized in treating individuals suffering from acute and chronic pain from hypomobility and hypermobility/instability from sacroiliac joint dysfunction and dysfunction in joints throughout the body. He started The Hesch institute for Sacroiliac Treatment, Research, and Eduction in Aurora, CO to treat patients and educate other therapists in his evidence-based whole-body approach called the Hesch Method. Dr. Hesch’s practical approach is one of the safest, most effective methods you will find that dramatically improves SIJD with brief treatment.
Dr. Hesch has presented over 100 workshops in the USA, Canada, and Europe, including state, national, and international conferences. He has published three book chapters and a book, Treating Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction and Lumbopelvic Pathomechanics. Currently, he is working on a third book chapter on spring-recoil articular motion testing. He has posted hundreds of videos on his YouTube channel, Jerry Hesch, as a clinician’s resource to restore integrated joint function.
Continuing Education Credits
CE Credit is not available for this product.
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