(8 Hours) This 8-hour course builds on the techniques learned in the Webster Technique Certification and the Advanced Perinatal Clinical Application courses to further hone skills for adjusting during pregnancy and labor. Explore maternal biomechanics and how it may relate to fetal presentations including OP, nuchal hands, and asynclitic. Expand your prenatal skills with additional soft tissue releases and a Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction protocol. Learn advanced assessments of the sacrum in pregnancy and labor and how to differentiate subluxation patterns from biomechanical patterns related to fetal positioning. Advance skills in determining when and how to correct subluxations in pregnancy and labor.
Participants will learn to differentiate subluxation patterns from biomechanical patterns related to fetal positioning while learning advanced techniques and protocols to improve pelvic biomechanics in pregnancy and labor.
What to Bring: Please bring a pelvic model or spine, a balloon or small ball, and a baby doll -- any type of baby doll, other than a Barbie (too small) or Cabbage Patch Kid (no neck), is acceptable.