MSI Neck and Shoulders According to Sahrmann
Movement System Impairment Syndromes According to Sahrmann
We are proud to announce that Phd Ulrika Aasa and Björn Aasa are coming back to Amsterdam in April for the MSI Neck and Shoulder course. The course has accreditation points from Keurmerk Fysiotherapie and 17 points have been requested from the KNGF.
The Movement System Impairment course focuses on the assessment of the neck and shoulders and the complex interaction of muscles and joints in this area.
Through the application of primary and secondary test of the neck and shoulders, the therapist can formulate a movement based diagnosis according to the classification as proposed by Shirley Sahrmann PhD and an individualized treatment program.
After completion of the course you will be able to apply a systematic and specific movement based examination using objective tests to identify compensation patterns of the neck and shoulders, and place the patients in one of the proposed categories.
Traditional assessments are often geared towards identifying symptoms instead of finding the cause of the complaint. In this course you will learn to identify causal and contributing factors to musculoskeletal problems, e.g. muscle stiffness, length and strength, compensatory secondary joint movement, and patterns of recruitment (just because the muscle is there it does not mean the muscle is properly activated), by using primary and secondary tests.
The tests used in the MSI course verify the presence of a Directional Susceptibility to Movement (DSM) through therapist observation and hands on assessment of movement, and contributing factors. Specific treatment strategies will then be developed based on these findings.
We will perform several live patient demonstrations during the course.
Date: 08.03-10.03 2019
Teachers: Ulrika Aasa Phd and Björn Aasa
Investment: Early bird €695 before 01.02.2019 and €745 thereafter.
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