Body-reading is more than identifying asymmetry. A visual assessment, called a body reading, helps you identify functional and dysfunctional patterns. It also provides valuable information directing the treatment and offers a baseline measurement for treatment success and progression.
Have you ever looked at a client’s body and identify areas of imbalance but have not been able to work out what has caused them and, more importantly, not been able to work out what to do about them? This is where Body Reading Pro can help.
This highly informative course will provide you with essential skills to perform a detailed and valuable client body-reading assessment via video conferencing or face to face. It will also help you understand dysfunction from a whole-body approach where no one part moves in isolation. The course takes you through how to do a postural assessment, what to look for, what it means and what else may be affected due to functional patterns.
This course includes:
- 50 hours of CPD training with unlimited access to videos and pictures in an online course
- Learning platform app allowing you to learn on the go
- The course can be completed in as little as 5 weeks but, you can take up to a year
- Assessed by 4 short quiz knowledge checks
- ‘Body-Reading Pro’ certificate of completion
- Available for any manual or movement * therapist wishing to increase their skills, knowledge and understanding of postural assessment and its relationship to function and dysfunction
- Private FB group.
Please note that there is a section on palpation at the end of the course which could be used by a movement therapist but may not suit all movement therapists.
This course considers:
- Sagittal, coronal, transverse planes and the centre of gravity
- Spinal curves and common spinal dysfunction
- Fryette’s laws of spinal mechanics
- Mechanics of the pelvis and pelvic obliquity
- Functional and structural leg length discrepancies
- Mechanics of the upper body in relation to everything below
- Mechanics of the foot and ankle including triplanar foot movements
- Functional models including ‘The Janda Approach’, upper cross and lower cross syndrome and Dian Lee (PT), muscle slings and Serge Gracovetsky, The Spinal Engine
- Valuable body pattern functional assessments
- Putting all the pieces together as a biotensegrity approach
- How to document your findings
- Photographs as assessment tools
- Discusses the pros and cons of mobile apps for postural assessment
- Using your body-reading skills as a remote assessment to plan rehabilitation exercise and or self-care treatment programmes.
This course is a mandatory component of the Advanced Diploma in Integrated Myofascial Therapy (AdvDiMFT)
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