This course is 2 days on-site and 7 hours online. Participants will receive an e-link to online coursework 2 weeks prior to the course and to the onsite course materials 1 week prior to the course. Please watch for these links in your email inbox.
This course awards 21 CEUs in eligible states. See www.naiomt.com/ceus for details.
Refunds up to 30 days before event.
This course enhances the ability to make decisions about the lumbopelvic region through safe, effective, and efficient screening examinations. Participants will identify an evidence-informed approach to evaluation and management through concepts of total patient health, function, life-participation, and pain behaviors. Management strategies will include education, activity modification, manual therapy techniques, and individualized neuromuscular rehabilitation prescription, with the goal of restoring optimal function and preventing future impairments.
Brett Windsor graduated as a physiotherapist from Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia, in 1994. Prior to coming to the US, Brett worked in sports medicine in Australia and the United Kingdom before a 5-year stint in Indiana and Michigan. Brett became an ABPTS board certified orthopedic clinical specialist in 2000 and completed the NAIOMT Clinical Fellowship in Manual Therapy in 2003, graduating to fellowship in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (FAAOMPT) in 2004. Following eight years as an Assistant professor at DPT programs with Pacific University and Campbell University, Brett moved to ATI Physical Therapy where he served as the Vice-President of Clinical Excellence, responsible for the clinical pathways and care patterns leading to improvements in clinical outcomes. He then served two years as the Senior Vice-President of Sales before becoming the Chief Clinical Officer in December 2020. Brett left ATI in March of 2021 and is now an Associate Professor with Rasmussen University. Brett also serves as the Executive Director of NAIOMT and the President of Eduglobal Associates, a not-for profit organization which facilitates US DPT students completing clinical education experiences in Europe. Brett holds an adjunct appointment at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, PA. Brett is a published author; his research interests are musculoskeletal PT, in particular the relationship between clinical reasoning and the development of objectively measurable expertise. He also enjoys work-place based assessment investigations and novel methods of assessing the development of clinical reasoning skills in pre and post professional students. Brett is also working to implement competency education programs into post-professional development pathways. Brett regularly presents at regional, national and international programs. Brett was the lead instructor of manual therapy at the Fondazione Turati Rehabilitation Institute in Gavinana, Tuscany between 2007 and 2011 and has been a faculty instructor in the post-graduate manual therapy program at the Kenyatta Medical Training College in Nairobi, Kenya. He holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Portland State University in Portland, Oregon and completed his PhD at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah. His dissertation investigated the ability of script concordance testing to discriminate expertise in clinical reasoning related to the lumbar spine. Brett is a past vice-chair of the Washington State Physical Therapy Licensing Board. He currently resides in Estero, Florida with his wife Susan and two dogs, Leo and Lucy.Email
The North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Inc. (NAIOMT) is a private physical therapist-owned organization dedicated to achieving the highest standards of clinical practice for manual physical therapists. NAIOMT specializes in a flexible teaching program, which seeks to promote the utilization of safe, effective and efficient manual physical therapy management of musculoskeletal dysfunction. It further seeks an environment that is conducive to the application of a reasoned approach to manual physical therapy through critical inquiry and the creation of new knowledge and skills based on scientific study and dissemination of that knowledge. NAIOMT strongly supports the union of the clinician, academician and researcher to further facilitate the development of quality patient care, physical therapy education and the development of master clinicians.