Lecture Description & Objectives
This 60 minute online lecture for healthcare professionals will provide a brief overview of the following:
- Epidemiology & etiology of sacroiliac joint pain
- Sacroiliac joint anatomy and function
- Tips to facilitate subjective assessment and understanding the patient’s pain experience
- Clinical presentation and pain referral patterns
- Evidence-based assessment tools to help inform clinical diagnosis and treatment strategies
- How to remain critical and challenge current practice and knowledge on sacroiliac joint pain
- Recommendations for facilitating patient education
- Recommendations for sacroiliac joint pain management (non-surgical and surgical) according to best available evidence
This lecture includes:
- 60 minutes of evidence-based, educational content
- 6 months access to the lecture*
- Tons of clinically relevant recommendations regarding SI joint assessment and management
*NOTE: Here at InfoPhysiotherapy, we want to make sure our students get the most out of our online courses. As a result, we have decided to provide our students with 6 months to complete the courses so that they actually finish them. It’s our way of keeping students accountable!
Price: $40 (CAD)
About The Instructor
Anthony Teoli graduated from McGill University with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy, and currently works as a physiotherapist at CBI Concordia Sport Physio, a private physiotherapy clinic located in Laval, Quebec. He is also the founder & President of InfoPhysiotherapy.
Anthony also has a keen interest for knee osteoarthritis research and knowledge translation, having conducted two research studies examining the relationship between knee osteoarthritis and walking biomechanics. This research was presented at provincial, national and international conferences. His first peer-reviewed article was published in July 2016, along with two co-authors. In addition, Anthony will be pursuing his PhD in Rehabilitation Science at McGill University beginning in September 2018, with a focus on knee osteoarthritis, gait biomechanics and knowledge translation.