SCS PP - Jones Strain Counterstrain

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Strain Counterstrain for pelvic pain  (SCS PP)  it's an advance course, this course is usually taken as a complementary course for practitioners who want to become more and more skilled in Strain Counterstrain, and to grasp more knowledge on pelvic area dysfunctions.

Lecture and extensive lab time are spent on:

  • Developing palpatory skills on Pelvic area

  • Trace landmarks on the anterior and posterior pelvic

  • Pelvis Proximal & distal referral pain and treatment

  • Relation between cervical, lumbar and pelvic region

  • Unequal Leg length deriving from the Pelvic region

  • Postural dysmetria re-balanced by the pelvic region

  • Design a home program using SCS philosophy


Perhaps (SCS) is one of the best tool for evaluating a complex structure as the pelvis and lower back. We are often presented with referred pain into locations that certainly our patients and many clinicians would not expect to find pain in.

Pelvic pain can be related with many physiological activities, such as: menstruation, pregnancy, urinary innervations problems, fascia and visceral difficulties, adhesions, endometriosis etc.

The pelvis needs an accurate evaluation such as the one offered by Strain Counterstrain diagnosis. At the course will be shown over 50 different techniques which add to many of the techniques given in the first SCS I & II courses.

Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Understand the neuromuscular basis for SCS dysfunction on pelvic area

  • Effect a full body SCS evaluation

  • Use SCS treatment techniques for multiple pelvic pain complains

  • Use the SCS documentation format

  • Design a home program using the SCS philosophy


The main dysfunction an complaints dealing with this course are:
Dysparunia, Coccydinia, Low back pain, Cervical pain, Buttocks pain, Sacro-iliitis, Radiculitis & Neuritis, Sciatica, Cruralgy, Premature ejaculation, Anorgasmia, Prostadynia, Costiveness, Lymphatic drain disorders, Hemorrhoids, Testicular pain, Cervicitis, Endometriosis, Menstrual pain, Dysmenorrhea, Stress & Urge incontinence, Vulvodynia, Vestibulitis, Groin pain, Trochanter bursitis, Iliotibialis band pain, Inguinal region complains, Harmstring & Quadriceptal pain, Medial knee pain, Multiple postural disorders.

 
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