Applied Myoskeletal addresses many conditions including:

  • Pelvic Tilt
  • Unilateral & bilateral pelvic rotations
  • Symphysis pubis dysfunction
  • Functional leg length discrepancy
  • Vertebral rotations
  • Sacral lateral deviation

Class Outlines


Module 1: (2 Days)

Assessment / Foundation Treatment Sequence/ Iliosacral Dysfunction

Prerequisite: Applied Myoskeletal Soft-Tissue Therapy is a Postgraduate Course. Please contact us for your industry Association entry-level requirements.

Prerequisite Modules 1-3 : For participants with no formal Bowen Therapy training (Don’t have to have a certificate or be accredited). One day “AMT Bridging Workshop” the day before the 2 day module  to learn the accuracy and finesse of the cross-fibre moves taught in the “Foundation Treatment Sequence”

 

Module 1 – Learning Outcomes

  • Assess bony landmarks and other structures for a predictable method of identifying dysfunction in structure and function.
  • Use the soft tissue of the body as levers of the skeletal structure to gently achieve skeletal alignment.
  • Assess bony landmarks for asymmetry, and immediately after the correction technique re-evaluate for verification of the techniques effectiveness. The skeletal structure will be aligned if successful.
  • Treat important regions of the body responsible for widespread pain in the body.
  • Understand which muscles are responsible for dysfunction in the pelvic region, identify the multiple variations possible and how to treat them. (Including Pelvic Tilt, Unilateral & Bilateral Pelvic Rotations)
  • Issue Muscle Re-education Exercises to improve clinical outcomes for chronic conditions. (For Pelvic Tilt)
  • Muscles addressed include: Quadratus lumborum, Gluteus medius, Gluteus maximus, Latissimus dorsi, Adductor magnus, Hamstrings and Iliopsoas
  • Perform a full body “Foundation Treatment” as a time efficient prerequisite to more specific work.
  • Perform a very effective treatment with minimal effort and of short duration if so desired.

Module 2: (2 Days)

Iliosacral Soft tissue releases & Neuromuscular Re-education Exercises/ TMJ Complex/ Symphysis pubis/ Pelvic Upslip/ Trendelenburg sign.

Prerequisite Module 1

Prerequisite Modules 1-3 : For participants with no formal Bowen Therapy training (Don’t have to have a certificate or be accredited) One day “AMT Bridging Workshop” the day before the 2 day module  to learn the accuracy and finesse of the cross-fibre moves taught in the “Foundation Treatment Sequence”

 

The ability to…

  • Reinforce skills learnt in Module 1 via practical revision.
  • Assess bony landmarks and other structures for a predictable method of identifying dysfunction in structure and function.
  • Use the soft tissue of the body as levers to the skeletal structure and re-evaluate for an immediate skeletal alignment.
  • Treat important regions of the body responsible for widespread pain in the body.
  • Identify dysfunctions with the symphysis pubis, pelvic upslip, Trendelenburg sign, and how to treat them.
  • Issue Muscle Re-education Exercises for pelvic dysfunction, including Trendelenburg sign, to improve clinical outcomes for chronic conditions.
  • Integrate the new work into a full body “Foundation Treatment” to continue a logical and practical method of treating the body.

Module 3: (2 Days)

Sacroiliac/ Lower leg/ Iliocecal valve, Diaphragm, Sacral Neuromuscular Re-education Exercises

Prerequisite Module 2

Prerequisite Modules 1-3: For participants with no formal Bowen Therapy training (Don’t have to have a certificate or be accredited) One day “AMT Bridging Workshop” the day before the 2 day module  to learn the accuracy and finesse of the cross-fibre moves taught in the “Foundation Treatment Sequence”

Module 3 – Learning Outcomes

  • Reinforce skills learnt in Module 1 & 2 via practical revision.
  • Assess bony landmarks and other structures for a predictable method of identifying dysfunction in structure and function.
  • Use the soft tissue of the body as levers to the skeletal structure and re-evaluate for an immediate skeletal alignment.
  • Treat important regions of the body responsible for widespread pain in the body.
  • Identify dysfunctions of the talus joint, fibula head, respiratory diaphragm, Iliocecal valve, and sacrum, and how to treat them.
  • Issue Muscle Re-education Exercises for sacral dysfunction to improve clinical outcomes for chronic conditions.
  • Integrate the new work into a full body “Foundation Treatment” to continue a logical and practical method of treating the body.

Prerequisite Module 2

Module 4: (2 Days)

 Lower Back & Lower Limbs

Prerequisite Module 3

Module 5: (2 Days)

Upper Back/ Shoulders & Arms

Prerequisite Module 4

Module 6: (2 Days)

The Neck

Prerequisite Module 5