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New: Idiopathic Pelvic Girdle Pain SAE-P

Aug 06, 2019

Check your mailbox for the August issue of PM&R for the new Idiopathic Pelvic Girdle Pain as it Relates to the Sacroiliac Joint supplement and then head to me.aapmr.org to access the corresponding self-assessment examination for practitioners (SAE-P). This new supplement includes 13 articles and will allow readers to:

  • Learn about differing physical examination techniques, imaging and diagnostic procedures for intra-articular SIJ pain
  • Discover a synopsis of reviews, original research and clinical pearls that address the complexity of evaluating and treating people with pelvic girdle pain
  • Understand the underlying causes for pain in the lumbopelvic region, and the most effective preventative and treatment strategies
  • Describe the most common methods of diagnosis and treatment of piriformis syndrome
  • Examine the current evidence related to the loss of stability on sacroiliac joint pain and dysfunction
  • Understand how the joint and extra-capsular ligaments play a part in sacroiliac joint pain
  • Recognize the neurophysiological components of manual therapies for the treatment of posterior pelvic pain

Don't forget: One complimentary SAE-P is included with AAPM&R membership for fellow and associate members. Complete this new SAE-P and earn 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ to meet your annual American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (ABPMR) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part II requirement. Open your August issue of PM&R and start learning today!