Excited to report that the fall curriculum of courses in Canada will occur! Parts 2 and 3 of the 2020 ISM Series have been rescheduled, the Abdominal Wall course in Ottawa is planned as scheduled. The ISM update course originally scheduled for September 2020 has been deferred until June 2021.
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Please note that courses held in South Surrey (Akasha) will be cancelled if there is insufficient interest by one month prior to the course start date.
Also, access to the online prep portion of each course (Abdominal wall excluded) will not be provided earlier than one month to the start date of the course. The reason is habitually there are last minute cancellations. The course start date is one month prior to the in-class portion of the course. Registration by course hosts should close at this time.
Pre-recorded Webinar: Understanding the relationship between, and within, body regions and the consequences of impaired function of one region on another is complex. Many health practitioners specialize in body regions (low back, neck, knee) and treatment is often based on the practitioner’s...More Info
Pre-recorded Webinar Includes: Over 3 hours of video instruction on now to assess the Abdominal Wall via telehealth 1 year of access to 38 Abdominal Wall Treatment Exercises that you can share with up to 20 patients ($200 value)More Info
We will come together for 3 sessions of 5 days over a period of 8 months with lots of practical/clinical time to focus on acquiring the skills and clinical reasoning to put the ISM model into practice. Hours of online material are included to allow you to learn the theoretical concepts of the ISM...More Info
This 3-day highly practical course will update your skills for finding the relationship, and priority, of multiple regional drivers (those in functional units), and much more. Every update date is unique and develops, in part, around your wish list.More Info
The Thorax & Pelvis
This course will introduce the functional interplay between the thorax and the lumbopelvic-hip region and how The Integrated Systems Model for Disability & Pain can facilitate the understanding and interpretation of each patient's unique clinical pictureMore Info
This course will introduce the Integrated Systems Model, an evidence-informed clinical reasoning approach for patients with persistent pain and multiple impairments.More Info
Diastasis rectus abdominis is very common in the obstetric patient. While most women recover both form and function of the abdominal wall in the postnatal period, persistent separation of the rectus abdominis muscles occurs in some.More Info
This course will highlight Diane’s research that led to clinical tests which reveal who can be treated conservatively and who will require a surgical intervention.More Info
At the end of this course, you will have new skills to assess function of the knee and foot in relationship to the rest of the body. You will understand how to design a multimodal treatment program (including education, manual therapy, neuromuscular release, vector taping and motor control/movement...More Info
At the conclusion of this course, you will have new skills to assess function of the cranium to the 4th thoracic ring (including the clavicle and scapula) and how to find the primary driver for meaningful tasks involving the head, neck and shoulder girdle.More Info
Dates TBD 2023 - Cruise schedules have been delayed by one year and specific dates will be posted when available Prices Balcony Stateroom 'C' WAS USD$17,045pp / NOW USD$15,425pp Balcony Stateroom 'B' WAS USD$17,345pp / NOW USD$15,695pp Balcony Stateroom 'A' WAS USD$17,745pp / NOW...More Info