Clinical Massage Strategies: Functional Assessment and Treatment of the Pelvic Girdle | Sarah DeBerardinis & Beverly Johnson | 14 CE hours | Cary, NC

February 23, 2019 @ 9:30 am – February 24, 2019 @ 5:30 pm
Miller-Motte College
2205 Walnut St
Cary, NC 27518
William Dickinson


Triangle Unit Meeting


Clinical Massage Strategies:  Functional Assessment and Treatment of the Pelvic Girdle (14 CE)

Presenters:  Sarah DeBerardinis, Beverly Johnson (Integrity Trainings)


Class Description

Functional assessment allows a practitioner to make sound decisions about how, or if, a client should be treated. It is a process of gathering information, providing more data to use in clinical thinking and problem solving that results in quicker, more effective ways to help your clients. Detailed functional assessment is a critical tool in understanding a client’s pain and discomfort, identifying contraindicated conditions, and determining whether massage is appropriate.
Improve your clinical skills by developing competence in testing and treating musculoskeletal dysfunction of the pelvic girdle. In this workshop, you will learn a systematic approach that will help you develop the most effective treatment plans. We will cover the anatomy and kinesiology of the region, basic range of motion and Manual Resistive Testing, anatomically specific massage techniques, and clinical reasoning skills. This material provides a useful introduction to clinical massage strategies and deepens proficiency for therapists of all skill levels. It will enable you to help your clients with a wide range of musculoskeletal problems, and to work more efficiently to achieve greater results.


CE Hours:   14

Location:    Miller-Motte College; 2205 Walnut Street, Cary, NC  27518

Registration Time:   9:00 am

Class Times:   9:30 am – 5:30 pm (with an hour for lunch each day)

Topic:   Bodywork

Title:   Clinical Massage Strategies: Functional Assessment and Treatment of the Pelvic Girdle

Speakers:    Sarah DeBerardinis, Beverly Johnson (Integrity Trainings)


Registration Costs:

AMTA Members:   $112.00    |    Non-AMTA Members:  $224.00

Participants Need to Bring:

  • Lotion or Cream (Not Oil)
  • 2 Sets of Sheets
  • Wear light loose-fitting clothing