- Kyndall Boyle
- 6 Hours 7 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Dec 04, 2018
Your work with lower back pain can give clients their lives back, allowing them to once again enjoy the things that debilitating pain had taken from them.
But sacroiliac joint dysfunction (SIJD), the source of pain for one out of three clients with back pain, can mimic numerous back and hip dysfunctions frustrating your ability to identify the root of your clients’ problem. Ultimately, you can find yourself going down the wrong treatment path, leaving you feeling defeated and worried that your client will face surgery that you can have helped them avoid.
Feel your confidence grow and your skills sharpen as you gain new, evidence-based strategies to stop your clients’ pain in as little as 4-6 sessions. Identify SIJD the first time by using special assessment tests and measures, so you can address the pain and restore function quicker. Utilizing case studies and demonstration lab time, you walk away from this workshop immediately ready to confidently tackle low back pain in your clients
|Manual – Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction (24.18 MB)||172 Pages||Available after Purchase|
How to Accurately Identify Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction (SIJD)
- Signs and symptoms that suggest SIJD
- Where is the pain located?
- Is there a pain referral pattern?
- What muscles should you activate and inhibit to improve function
- Special assessment tests and measures to identify SIJD and postural patterns
What to Examine in Addition to the Low Back – Anatomy & Biomechanics of SIJU
- Enhance treatment sessions by recognizing the relationship between SIJ and:
- Faulty respiration
- Motor control
- Asymmetry/movement patterns
Conservative Interventions to Improve Outcomes Faster (Hands-On Lab)
- Examination tests and measure for SIJD
- Pain provocation tests to recommend
- SIJ tests not recommended
- Therapeutic exercises for right SIJD
- Therapeutic exercises for left SIJD
- Therapeutic exercises for symmetrical postural pattern (bilateral or unilateral SIJD)
- The value of blowing up a balloon (90/90 Bridge with Ball and Balloon exercise)
Case Studies for R SIJD, L SIJD, and Unilateral SIJD
Kyndall Boyle, PT, PhD, OCS, PRC, is a licensed physical therapist who has worked in a variety of settings for the past 25 years: outpatient orthopedic, sports medicine, home health, skilled nursing, and acute care. Dr. Boyle is currently the Director and Owner of OPTimal Performance Physical Therapy in Boone, NC. In addition to the clinic, she served as a full-time faculty member for Doctor of Physical Therapy programs for 14 years. Dr. Boyle earned her BS in PT from the University of New Mexico, an MS from the UNC at Chapel Hill, and a PhD from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL. She is currently Board Certified in Orthopedics having earned her designation as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS).
In addition, Dr. Boyle studied Postural Restoration Concepts that later led to her certification (PRC). Because of her clinical experience, she has authored numerous peer-reviewed articles, abstracts, book chapters, and magazine articles. Dr. Boyle continues to be active in research relating to the management of musculoskeletal conditions.
Financial: Kyndall Boyle is director and owner of OPTimal Performance Physical Therapy. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Kyndall Boyle has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.