SFP: Case Study | 7:36

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  1. Thanks Lynn!
    I found this in a patient that I had previously treated for the common birth pattern but her pain did not fully resolve. By treating the sacral flexion pattern, her anal fissure pain significantly improved to where she reporting “pooping normally again” and she was able to sit for the first time in a year! Whoa!
    Thanks for sharing this.

  2. Thank you for offering this course free of charge. Your insights always seem to come at just the right time. This helped me understand the “open birthing pattern” much better.

  3. Thank you for offering this course for free! You do a wonderful job of thoroughly explaining and demonstrating all techniques. I look forward to taking more of your courses as a new pelvic health OT.

  4. Wow! Before I took this course, I had NO IDEA that these bones are designed move like this!! I am absolutely fascinated. I started this course with the intent to help my clients, but I can now see how birthing has caused myself many issues I wasn’t even aware of, and that I need this for me, haha! Thank you SO MUCH for offering this for free of charge! You were clear, direct, and to the point, in your teaching without cutting corners. So many free courses really just end up being advertising for paid programs with no real information given, but that is not true here. Another issue I have had with other courses is the length, as I often do not have a whole hour plus to sit down at once, but this was broken into perfectly bite sized length for consumption. You rock! Thank you again!!

  5. One question: I’ve always thought of the sacrum as one, so when we are assessing each segment is it more the lateral ligaments that are hypomobile?

  6. Thank you for a great short and so useful course! How do you approach a client with fibromyalgia so tender to touch that the amount of compression needed to take up the slack is painful in the soft tissues even if the bone would need the treatment?

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