Lumbo-pelvic Motor Control Deficits Seminar
The Ontario Massage Therapists Association (OMTA) announces a one-day continuing education event to be held at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Toronto, on Sunday, March 14.
March 8, 2010 By Massage Therapy Canada
March 8, Toronto, ON – The Ontario Massage Therapists Association (OMTA)
announces a one-day continuing education event to be held at the Canadian College
of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Toronto,
on Sunday, March 14, 2010.
will be held at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy Campus, on Finch Avenue in Toronto, and will take
place from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Remember
that daylight savings time begins on the day of this seminar!)
day practical course will focus on the therapist’s ability to recognize and
treat common low back stability dysfunctions in the clinic. Techniques will be
focused on assessing the inner unit muscles of the low back (diaphragm,
transverse abdominus, multifidi and pelvic floor) for decreased control,
decreased endurance and imbalances. The therapist will learn how to identify
patients with motor control deficits that will benefit from a stability
exercise program. This course is designed to challenge the therapist’s clinical
reasoning skills, and the knowledge gained will be easy for the
therapist to apply to clinical practice right away.
are asked to wear appropriate clothing (shorts and t-shirt) to the course as
the back and pelvis area will need to be exposed during the practical
speaker for the day will be Aaron Rutter, PT, FCAMT, CAFCI. A graduate of Queen’s University with a
Bachelor of Science for physical therapy, Aaron also has the distinction of
working at the university as an Adjunct Professor involved in clinical education for
Aaron has been a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative
Therapists since 2006, holding a Certificate of
Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. He has been certified with the
Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute since 2008. Aaron also holds
post-graduate accreditation in many other areas some of which include McKenzie,
Sahrmann, and Mulligan treatment approaches.
In 2007 Aaron began assisting with the teaching of the Advanced Manual and
Manipulative Therapy Diploma program through the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian
Physiotherapy Association. He also has been providing post graduate courses for
registered physiotherapists and massage therapists since 2005.
details, including registration information, please visit the OMTA website at www.omta.com
Source, the website of the Ontario Massage
Therapists Association, www.omta.com
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