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Demystifying the Pelvis:

Evidence-Based Treatment of the Sacroiliac Joint

February 22-23, 2020

New York, NY

While the pain prediction model has research support, it does not yield a systematic integrative treatment model. This workshop fills that void by appropriately emphasizing a systematic approach to the integration of the hip and pelvis, as together they form the foundation of the lumbar spine. The Hesch Method presents a unique approach to evaluation which differentiates between micro-intrinsic joint dysfunction and macro-extrinsic movement dysfunction. The practitioner can thoroughly assess the lumbopelvic structure in all planes of the body, thus demystifying complex pathomechanics. This approach uses language that is clear and easy to understand.




8th Annual Student Symposium

Multiple Dates


Created in conjunction with Professional’s Clinical Affiliation Program the Annual Student Symposium offers the opportunity for Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Athletic Training students to learn about current clinical concepts and treatment techniques. Students will be able to learn about different clinical knowledge tools that they can utilize during their clinical affiliations as well as in the professional setting when they graduate and head out into clinical practice.




Open Packed Spinal Manipulation

March 7-8, 2020

New York, NY

Learn highly effective spinal manipulation techniques for every region of the spine in an open packed position. Gain the most up to date knowledge on proper screening and diagnosing spinal disorders. 




Evidence Based Treatment for the Whole Body: Gentle Effective Manual Therapy

June 13-14, 2020

New York, NY

Traditionally, joint dysfunction, and dense connective tissue restrictions have been evaluated from the perspective of addressing a patient’s primary complaint, that of a symptom-producing dysfunction. If not symptomatic, major joints are typically not evaluated beyond posture and gross motion. Yet recent works have brought forth the concept of regional-dependence. For example, the role of thoracic mobilization for the treatment of primary neck pain and motion restriction has lent support to that concept. In a much larger context, the entire body is in fact an integrated whole.



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