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Introduction to balancing the diaphragms
Balancing the Diaphragms is made up of a series of workshops starting with the introduction workshop looking globally at all the diaphragms, then leading into individual workshops on each diaphragm before putting it altogether. This workshop is an introduction to the concept of the five diaphragms and to understand how all these areas are linked. Its focus is on collaboration between health professionals, to expand your referral network and to understand how we cannot treat one without thinking about the others. A pelvic floor problem is never just a pelvic floor problem, we look at how other factors need to be looked at when working with pelvic floor pain and dysfunction.
This workshop is recommended for health professionals who want to know more about global strategies and get an understanding of the connection between these important areas.
It is suitable for manual and movement therapists and addresses client centered treatment and the need for integrated therapy. The importance of collaboration between health professionals for the long-term benefit for the client.
We will look at research, anatomy, experiential, client homework and connections in this introductory webinar.
The Pelvic Diaphragm: Theory and Applications
I have a passion for pelvic anatomy, and I am looking forward to delving down this anatomy rabbit hole with you. However, as much as I love anatomy, it also has to be translated into clinical practice. In this 90 -minute webinar, we will be delving deep into the anatomy of the pelvis. Looking at fascial connections and the influence on the pelvic diaphragm.
The workshop aims to understand the pelvis and pelvic diaphragm anatomy and why we need to look above and below for treatment strategies.
As well as looking at the anatomy, we will look at how this information helps inform our treatment strategies. Including body reading the pelvis, what is the clients starting point? How will this affect the treatment and exercise program? Does the client have an imbalance in the pelvis? How is this going to affect strengthening exercises? The webinar will include manual techniques, self-release techniques for client homework and movement techniques.
Julie Hammond is director and lead teacher of Anatomy Trains Australia, she has been in the bodywork industry for over twenty years and still runs a busy practice in Western Australia. She is a self-confessed anatomy nerd with a passion for the pelvic floor and jaw anatomy and dysfunction.