Massage: Video: Orthopedic Manual Therapy for Low Back Pain: Examination and Interventions

80.00
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Elective
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Low back pain affects up to 80% of people at some point in their lives. It is the second most common reason for lost work hours in the US. The economic impact of low back pain is enormous OMT Lumbar Spine is an evidence-based introduction to examination and treatment program design for lumbar spinal disorders. Participants will learn how to perform a lumbar spinal evaluation including posture analysis, motion testing, selective tissue tension tests, strength assessment and basic neurological testing. A review of common lumbar diagnoses will be provided. Interventions emphasize manual therapy: myofascial release, (MFR), joint mobilization, and integrated neuromuscular re-education: (INMR) muscle energy (MET) and positional release/counterstrain (PRT). Participants will gain experience in selection of Functional Precision Exercise for improving mobility, strength, and function of the lumbar spine. Students will develop the clinical reasoning processes to design programs for effective clinical interventions for a variety of lumbar spinal disorders, based on current research evidence and clinical experience. This course is a video, on demand course.

This course is an on-demand, video course.
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Video: Orthopedic Manual Therapy for Low Back Pain: Examination and Interventions

80.00
Low back pain affects up to 80% of people at some point in their lives. It is the second most common reason for lost work hours in the US. The economic impact of low back pain is enormous OMT Lumbar Spine is an evidence-based introduction to examination and treatment program design for lumbar spinal disorders. Participants will learn how to perform a lumbar spinal evaluation including posture analysis, motion testing, selective tissue tension tests, strength assessment and basic neurological testing. A review of common lumbar diagnoses will be provided. Interventions emphasize manual therapy: myofascial release, (MFR), joint mobilization, and integrated neuromuscular re-education: (INMR) muscle energy (MET) and positional release/counterstrain (PRT). Participants will gain experience in selection of Functional Precision Exercise for improving mobility, strength, and function of the lumbar spine. Students will develop the clinical reasoning processes to design programs for effective clinical interventions for a variety of lumbar spinal disorders, based on current research evidence and clinical experience. This course is a video, on demand course.

This course is an on-demand, video course.
Presented by HomeCEU