The Sacroiliac Joint Simplified
This one-day course will give you the skills you need to successfully examine, assess and treat the SIJ.
Tutor: Alison Middleditch MCSP MMACP
Alison trained at Kings College Hospital and has worked in both the NHS and private sectors, worked as physiotherapist to the Scottish and Welsh Lacrosse teams and also held a five year Research Post at Bioengineering Department University College, London. Alison is now the Practice Principal at the Surrey Physiotherapy Clinic where she specialises in the treatment of complex musculoskeletal problems. Early in her career she developed an interest in musculoskeletal disorders and after gaining membership of the MACP she became a tutor and examiner for the association and was part of the team that developed the first Masters Course in Manipulative therapy at Coventry University. Alison lectures extensively both national and internationally.
Alison is co-author of Functional Anatomy of the Spine, 2nd Edition (2005) Elsevier and has contributed chapters to books on a number of subjects from hypermobility to acupuncture and manual therapy.
Course Aims: By the end of the course participants will
1. Have an understanding of the anatomy, biomechanics, normal function and dysfunction of the SIJ
2. Be able to use an evidence based approach to assessing and treating the SIJ
3. Be able to use manual skills when appropriate to assess and treat the SIJ
4. Understand the role of the pelvic musculature in SIJ dysfunction
5. Be able to design a rehabilitation programme for SIJ dysfunction
NCORE Training Room
London Road Community Hospital
Date: Tuesday 27th November 2019