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1) Describe incidence rates of SIJ pain among patients initially diagnosed with low back pain 2) Describe a positive history for patients with SIJ pain, name three components 3) Name two exacerbating activities for patients with SIJ pain 4) Describe two motions of the SIJ 5) Describe the pain referral pattern from the SIJ 6) Demonstrate 5 provocative tests for the SIJ 7) Identify three 3 components of comprehensive conservative treatment for the SIJ 8) Describe post‐operative considerations after SI fusion.
1) Understanding the role of the Sacroiliac Joint as a pain generator and pain prevalence studies.
2) Identification of a positive subjective history for sacroiliac generated pain
3) Correct performance of sacroiliac joint provocative testing.
4) Identification of rehabilitation considerations conservatively and postoperatively after sacroiliac biological fixation.
5) Identification of treatment options after failure of conservative treatments for sacroiliac pain.
Greg has specialized in spine rehabilitation since 2006. He has completed both a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Texas State University as well as a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University in Provo, Utah. This training has provided him additional experience and expertise in areas such as differential diagnosis, radiology, pharmacology and evidence-based practice. He is a board-certified orthopaedic clinical specialist. In 2009, he also completed his McKenzie certification in mechanical diagnosis and therapy of the spine. He serves as an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and as a clinical instructor for physical therapy students.
PT/PTA Member: $40.00
PT/PTA Non-Member: $50.00
Networking 6-6:45 pm
Business Meeting 6:45-7:15 pm
Education Course: 7:15-8:30 pm
This course is approved for 1.25 CCUs.