This 2-day course provides an excellent foundation for understanding, effectively diagnosing and treating people with sacroiliac dysfunction and addresses pelvic girdle pain in general. Literature is reviewed throughout the course and evidenced based approached is emphasized. Topics include anatomy and biomechanics, special tests/diagnosis, interventions including specific self-corrective exercises and patient handouts, ergonomic screening, pregnancy and postpartum considerations, strengthening including dynamic lumbar stabilization, and specific patient education including pain education, and transitioning to the community. Course consists of lecture, lab practice, group discussion, and video and is interactive in nature. The Pelvic Girdle Musculoskeletal Method ℠ (PGM Method℠) is discussed and evidence to support this simplified yet comprehensive approach is presented along with case lab time. You will develop quick screening tools that are clinically applicable and a simplified treatment approach for sacroiliac dysfunction that can be readily used “on Monday morning” after the course.