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The SIJ is such an unpredictable joint. The feedback that it gives one client is maybe not the same as the feedback that it will give another client, therefore, we need to be on our toes, ready to zone in on our critical thinking when we are teaching a client with an irritated SIJ. That is exactly why we designed this course. We wanted to give you the fundamentals of safe sacroiliac joint training and help you uncover the do’s and don’ts to ensure that you are ready for any SIJ client that walks into your facility. Have you ever heard of nutation and counternutation? If not, then you will be learning something brand new about the SIJ. We always cover theory in all of our courses and then dive deep into implementing the theory into practical training. So let’s have a look at what the course objectives are so that you can decide whether this course is for you?


This course was designed to help you, the professional, teach an effective SIJ exercise program that will encourage better alignment, alleviate symptoms and develop functional strength surrounding the SIJ. You will learn:

  • sacroiliac Joint musculoskeletal theory
  • the difference between nutation and counternutation
  • the appropriate range of motion or the SIJ
  • The effect of closed-chain and open-chain training on the SIJ
  • What hip range is optimal when the SIJ is irritated and how can you modify exercises to stay within this range
  • all precautionary measures as well as what to movements, position and exercises to avoid when a client has an irritated SIJ
  • a full safe exercise program that will help you client obtain better stability and alleviate those irritating symptoms
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