Assessing Cranial Sutures and Low Motion Joints

*Please note that the video replay will be available the day after the webinar.

From a manual therapy perspective, assessing active and passive joint range of motion is a principal component of the musculoskeletal and neurologic examination. Articulations with large ranges of joint motion can be readily evaluated for amplitude and quality of movement. However, articulations that are considered low motion joints or those located deep within the axial skeleton are often difficult to isolate and truly assess. In this webinar, Dr. Haussler will review the anatomy and biomechanical features of the cranial sutures, lumbar intertransverse joints, sacroiliac joints, and compound articulations that include the carpus and tarsus. The principles of craniosacral therapy will be discussed as they relate to proposed cranial suture and craniosacral movement patterns.

Date: November 14, 2024 | 5:00 pm-7:00 pm MDT

Presenter: Kevin Haussler, DVM, DC, PhD

Price: US$ 55

Additional Details:

  • 2-hour webinar including Q&A period.
  • Zoom link will be provided the week of the event.
  • Video replay will be available after the webinar.
  • Purchasable at any time.

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