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Integrative Lifestyle Medicine Module 2: Creating “3D” Health from the Oral Cavity to the Pelvic Floor through Trauma-Informed Psychology

Integrative Lifestyle Medicine Module 2: Creating “3D” Health from the Oral Cavity to the Pelvic Floor through Trauma-Informed Psychology

Integrative Lifestyle Medicine Module 2: Creating “3D” Health from the Oral Cavity to the Pelvic Floor through Trauma-Informed Psychology

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Welcome to Module 2 of the Integrative Lifestyle Medicine Certificate

 Creating “3D” Health from the Oral Cavity to the Pelvic Floor through Trauma-Informed Psychology

 

Overview of the Integrative Lifestyle Medicine Certificate: 

Do your patients suffer from comorbidities and make lifestyle choices that are complicating or hindering progress in therapy? 

Are you feeling burned out or compassion fatigue from not getting the results you want? 

Would you like to learn how lifestyle choices impact your therapy outcomes and how you can influence behavior change to improve them?

This 24-hour certificate program will change your practice. It will:

  • Increase your effectiveness as a therapist and improve patient outcomes and satisfaction.
  • Give you a comprehensive skillset to use Integrative Lifestyle Medicine in practice. 
  • Lower the burden of care on you as the practitioner and empower the patient to be a partner in their healthcare. 
  • Help you determine root causes of disease, pain, and disability which helps patients heal faster and with long-lasting results. 
  • Tackle persistent pain and complex comorbidities that are hindering your therapy outcomes.

 

In Module 2, you will learn:

  1. Discuss the neuroscience of the stress response. 
  2. Practice the Integrative Lifestyle Medicine interventions which influence stress response and emotional regulation. 
  3. List the 15 biomarkers of trauma-informed practice. 
  4. Describe the impact of epigenetics on clinical practice. 
  5. Assess scaffolding and sequencing of yoga due impact clinical outcomes. 
  6. Learn documentation methods
  7. Identify the major approaches to psychologically-informed therapy care. 
  8. Evaluate methods which can impact connectedness, eudemonia, and positive psychology. 
  9. Identify the major components of the Orofacial Examination. 

 

Who is this Course for?

Physiotherapists, occupational therapists, athletic trainers, and related professions

Please note: You can choose to take each module separately or purchase the entire course track. It is recommended to take all modules of the Integrative Lifestyle Medicine certificate in the order they are laid out in the course track. It is required to take all modules to receive your certificate and you are only eligible to receive CEUs if you take all modules. CEUs are not awarded for individual modules, but rather for completing the entire course certificate.

You can view the entire certificate program by clicking here.

The instructors
Dr. Ginger Garner
PT, DPT, ATC, LAT

Dr. Ginger Garner PT, DPT, ATC/L is an active clinician, author, teacher, and longtime advocate for improving access to physical therapy services. She is the CEO of Living Well Institute which she founded in 2000 to teach therapists how to integrate Yoga and Lifestyle Medicine practices into clinical and health promotion practice. Board certified in Lifestyle Medicine (DipACLM) and a certified Professional Yoga Therapist (PYT), Ginger has spent 26 years designing best-evidence yoga-based physical therapy programs. Her private practice, EudeMOMia®, located in Greensboro NC, offers a unique model of virtual services and in-person care. Ginger is the author of Medical Therapeutic Yoga, slated for 4 foreign translations and currently published in English and Italian. As an international speaker and educator, she has presented at over 20 conferences worldwide and has taught in 6 continents across a range of topics impacting the pelvic girdle. Ginger is an active member of APTA, serving as the Legislative Chair for APTA NC Chapter.

Ginger lives in Greensboro, NC with her partner, 3 sons, and their rescue pup, Scout Finch. Visit Ginger at www.drgingerarner.com and www.integrativelifestylemed.com

Course Material included in this course
  • Module 2.1
  • Handouts
  • Overview of Module 2: Creating “3D” Health from the Oral Cavity to the Pelvic Floor through Trauma-Informed Psychology
  • Orofacial Evidence Base Pt1
  • Orofacial Evidence Base Pt2
  • Orofacial Exam Pt1
  • Orofacial Exam Pt2
  • Breathwork
  • Abdominal-Diaphragmatic Breath
  • Three Part / Sandbag Breath
  • Victorious / Overcoming Breath
  • The NAP Meditation
  • Feedback
  • Module 2.2
  • Handouts
  • Trauma Informed Yoga
  • Neuroanatomy
  • Ayurveda, Ceptions, and Dysregulators
  • Keys to Cultural Transformation
  • Biomarkers
  • Practice
  • The Voice
  • Feedback
  • Module 2.3
  • Handouts
  • The Vector Analysis Pt1
  • The Vector Analysis Pt2
  • Intro to Yogic Locks
  • Yogic Locks Pt1
  • Yogic Locks Pt2
  • Practice and Prescription
  • Feedback
  • Module 2.4
  • Handouts
  • Epigenetics Pt1: Impact
  • Epigenetics Pt2: What Can We Do?
  • Eudemonia
  • Positive Psychology
  • Connectedness
  • Medical Documentation
  • MODULE 2 POST-TEST
  • Feedback
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