Pelvis and Lumbar Spine Stability – 5 Lecture Series – Trish Wisbey-Roth

Many of you would already know of Australian Physiotherapist and educator Trish Wisbey-Roth.

Trish was one of Australia’s first Specialist Sports Physiotherapists, is recognised as a Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapy and is a true Sports Specialist in the area of lower back, pelvic and hip problems.

Late last year Trish presented a five seminar series that covered hip, spine and pelvis stability and imbalances.

These sessions where delivered in our Sydney training room especially for the PT Professor program, and I am please to announce that we have just posted the final two sessions of this five part series onto program.

Here are the session titles of each of these 20-30 minute presentations by Trish Wisbey-Roth:

Session One – the Role of Proprioception in Muscle Control

Session Two – Muscle Imbalances of the Lumbo Pelvis and Hip Region

Session Three – The Spinal Stability Grading System

Session Four – Bounce Back Program and Research Review into Exercise as a Rehabilitation Method

Session Five – Retraining Optimal Dynamic Function of the Hip

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Here is just some of the great content that Trish delivered in her PT Professor seminars:

– How to break the recurrent pain cycle with specific exercises.

– The worst thing a surgeon can say to a patient and what to do to stop this happening.

– Why strengthening is not enough to help a client overcomes back pain.

– How the “Avatar” concept can assist us in our rehabilitation programs.

– The exercise program that will greatly improve client outcomes.

– How to be a “Personal Trainer for the Spine” and improve function.

– What we can learn from Cadel Evans in the Tour De France that will improve patient outcomes.

– The 3 level program structure for back rehabilitation that can be used in all clinics.

– The clinical study showing the impact a great exercise program can have on patient outcomes.

– The questionnaire that can only be delivered once that must be used in all rehabilitation programs.

– Then “Gameplan” patients can use to overcome setbacks when back pain returns.

– How patients with higher pain levels did better in a group exercise class than in one on one treatment.

– How to predict when a patient’s pain would be reduced by 50%.

– The program that gave a 50% reduction in pain and a 40% improvement in function – in patients that had pain for more than 6 months –with only 1 hour of rehabilitation a week.

– The 2 predictors of who will get the most benefit out of a structured exercise program for back pain.

– The treatment modality analysed in the Cochrane Back Review that proved more effective in reducing low back pain than conventional therapies in 11 out of 25 studies reviewed.

– Why turning on stabilizing muscles can actually increase pain.

– How to achieve optimal work and life function with exercise.

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Here is more of what Trish covered in her sessions:

– How to solve the puzzle of ongoing pain and dysfunction of the pelvis and hip.

– The injections that can greatly improve tendon recovery post injury.

– The 7 factors that can impact on motor control of the pelvis and how the central nervous system adapts to reduce dysfunction.

– How a simple manual therapy technique changed the breathing rate of back pain clients and what this means to our rehabilitation programs design.

– The “Gluteal Amnesia” concept and how this impacts on hip and back pain rehabilitation.

– Why soccer players are at risk of hernias and the dysfunction we must address to reduce this risk.

– The research that links lumbar pain to groin pain.

– The manual therapy technique that increased adductor muscle force production by 39% and reduced isometric adductor pain by 68%.

– The 5 step exercise progression grading system that you can use in your programs now.

– Why many rehabilitation programs fail to deliver results and the fundamental flow many of the still use today that is limiting their results.

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Best Wishes

Paul Wright



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