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This course covers how to use RTUS to improve your assessment, treatment and exercise programming.

An anatomy review and succinct overview of the research on the core muscles including transverse abdominus, pelvic floor and deep hip stabilisers will be covered. 

Topics Include:

  • How to use RTUS to assess TA, PF, and basic hip (Quadratus femoris) assessment.
  • Helpful cues to retrain TA/PF/Quad femoris
  • How to downtrain phasic to ensure stability muscles can engage, recruit and automate
  • Neural testing of both the upper and lower limb to ensure stability muscles are not pain inhibited by either a local or distal factor.
  • Palpation of multifidus and clinical tips to assess if it is inhibited including perturbation.
  • Using directional bias to improve muscle recruitment
  • Stability training; the basics and how to progress this to functional strengthening using research-based instability tests to monitor progress
  • Using basic gym equipment including band, beam, and ball to progress stability exercises

At the completion of this course, you will be confident to use RTUS in your clinical sessions. You will have the opportunity to assess core and hip stability muscles to identify what is normal and typical clinical presentations.

You do not need to own an RTUS machine to benefit from this workshop. You will have the opportunity to trial different models of RTUS machines.

It is a very practical course and is suitable for any practitioner wanting to improve their stability assessment and retraining.

FREE: you will receive a copy of The Back Pain Handbook E-book when you enrol in this course.

How to use RTUS to improve your assessment, treatment, and exercise programming.

Course Dates: May 20th – 21st

Saturday 1pm-6pm, Sunday 9.30am-5pm
Course Fee: $770

Early Bird Fee: $690 (Book before April 29th)

Here’s what our students had to say…

“Unreal. Most beneficial course I’ve done.” – Amanda K (Southside Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre)

“I was fixed!! It was very interesting and helpful and presented in a very engaging way. Theory and practical were well balanced and kept the lessons flowing. What segments were the most valuable? – RTUS Practical Sessions TA/PF, RTUS Hip, Exercise sessions TA/PF stability, Neural Techniques.” Lisa L (Southside Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre)

“This is a fantastic Course for those already using RTUS to expand on skills and those wanting to start using it. Very informative and lots of practical time.” – Sarah. W

“I really enjoyed it – the Course got my brain thinking broadly, Laterally and in detail” – Tonya Hohn  

“Excellent, very practical / hands on (not letting us leave until we are confident using the machine) Francine is so passionate, she inspires you to think more!” – Laura Mercer  (Southside Physiotherapy& Sports Injury Centre)

“Very thorough class with a good balance of theory and practical. Loved the exercises. Some great ideas for the back.” – David Ryan (Encompass Healthcare)

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