Sacroiliac Workshop

Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction with Paula Clayton

Friday 13th April 2018 6.30-9.30pm

Paula’s workshops are highly practical and clinically relevant courses that provide participants with a clear understanding of the major principles and equips them with a number of techniques that can be used immediately in clinical practice.

In this brief introductory course you will learn:

  • Why the pelvis is important
  • Bony anatomy palpation – get those fingers and thumbs in the correct place for more effective assessment
  • Relevant anatomy re-cap
  • Assessment of the SIJ – for pain and dysfunction
  • Some treatment techniques
  • Some self help techniques

Paula Clayton worked as a senior performance therapist for the English Institute of Sport and British Athletics between 2003 and 2014. She has travelled extensively to Olympic Games (Athens, Beijing & London), Commonwealth Games, World and European Championships with GB track and field as part of the medical team during this time.

Prior to 2003 Paula worked in Premiership and Championship football for 4 years. She has taught on two sports therapy degree programmes, delivered sessions to MSc students and sports medicine students, written a number of articles and has an MSc in Physiotherapy and an MSc in Sports Injury Management. Paula also delivers soft tissue master-classes to senior physiotherapists and soft tissue therapists within premiership and championship football clubs, National Governing Bodies and to soft tissue therapists nationally and internationally through her company

Paula is the author of a book entitled ‘Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction and Piriformis Syndrome: The Complete Guide for Physical Therapists’ which can be obtained from Amazon via this link:

Paula also runs very successful sports injury clinics in Shropshire (established in 1994) and Worcestershire with her husband Rick

Member of the Health Care Professions Council, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Sports Massage Association (Director), The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine.

Course Dates

Unfortunately the dates for this class have come and gone, but we are working on next year's schedule - so email us and tell us you are interested, so you can be the first to know of the new dates. Can’t wait to hear from you.

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