Anatomy with Movement: Myofascial Slings Utilizing the Anatomy in Clay Learning System
This 4 hour workshop will explore the myofascial connections originally described by Vleeming and Snijders: the anterior oblique, posterior oblique, longitudinal and lateral "slings". The sling system is thought to contribute to the concept of force closure - forces exerted by extrinsic muscles via their ligament and fascial attachments that compress and stabilize the sacroiliac joints. This workshop utilizes the Anatomy In Clay Learning System to build the muscles and fascia of the sling system and includes a movement lab to help the student better understand its function. References will be provided.
Objectives: By the end of this workshop the students will:
1.Understand the boney anatomy of the SI joint and the concept of form closure of the Sacrum and Ilium
2.Know the boney and fascial attachments of the superficial sling muscles
3.Understand the research that supports the function of the superficial sling muscles
4.Be able to demonstrate movements that facilitate force closure
Lise Stolze earned her master's degree in physical therapy in 1993 and her doctor of science in orthopedics in 2011. She is an affiliate faculty member at Regis University and is an educator for Polestar Pilates. She is a certified Schroth Scoliosis Physical Therapist through the Barcelona Scoliosis Physical Therapy School. She also holds certifications through the Pilates Method Alliance and the GYROTONIC EXPASION SYSTEM. Lise's research on low back pain and Pilates was published in the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy. She owns Stolze Therapies, a physical therapy practice in Denver.
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