In the manual therapy video below, NAIOMT's Bill Temes demonstrates a prone torsion test, as part of the Level I Scanning Examination for the lumbar spine.
In the video below, North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Faculty Bill Temes demonstrates a prone torsion test, part of the Level I Scanning Examination for the lumbar spine taught in our Lumbopelvic I course.
When dozens of North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy faculty members converged in Seattle in June, ahead of the SI Joint Symposium, we had the wonderful opportunity to sit down and discuss a range of hot topics in physical therapy directly from practicing clinicians. In the video below, Steve Allen, PT, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT (who's teaching Lumbopelvic Spine I and Spinal Manipulation: Essentials to Endorsement in Washington in October!) addresses the role of evidence, shares a rewarding patient experience and expresses why a deep understanding of the Lumbopelvic is so important for PTs.
Do you believe spinal manipulation can help your patients? Do you want to be able to effectively utilize it as one of the tools in treating? Whatever level you’re practicing or studying physical therapy at, if you’re located in the state of Washington, you’re likely well aware of the importance of endorsement when it comes to spinal manipulation. But there are a lot of details to navigate here. And we want to help.