This course addresses a Brain Based Musculoskeletal Approach to low back pain. A Brain Based Approach recognizes those with pain and dysfunction often have a discrepancy between the proprioceptive, vestibular and ocular systems, especially those with low back pain. In this webinar, you will learn how to apply neurological principles into a treatment paradigm for those with low back pain. You will also learn strategies and clinical applications for immediate treatment processes for those with back pain.
- Define and describe fundamentals of intervention, treatment hierarchy and relevance to low back pain
- Describe and apply the importance of central sensory integration and its relevance to movement quality.
- Summarize and critique three major sensory systems and interpret their interactions
- Apply and demonstrate Brain Based approaches to assessment of low back pain
- Create movement programs to engage the nervous system to improve motor output.
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Disclosure: Adam has two books published and is the owner of The Movement Guild in Chicago.
Course Access: 1 year Course is available in your account, no download required. Course can be stopped and resumed.
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6 lessons, below is the schedule (7.5 hours)
- Introduction to a Brain Based Approach a) Why b) Components of movement patterns
- Treating Capacities a) Gait – Strategies to assess relative to LBP b) Body regions through movement – Fascial lines & relevance to LBP c) Soft Tissue d) Working at capacity – Costo-pelvic and cerfical particularly to LBP Strategies to assess
- Treating People in Pain a) Characteristics of people in pain b) Understanding process of pain c) Assessing inputs
- Assessing Higher Level Integration a) Sensory Systems – Proprioceptive – Vestibular – Visual b) Discussion of Bedside Neurological Exam 1. Anchoring to special tests as indicators 2. What to do about it c) Motor Control 1. Anchoring to special tests as indicators 2. What to do about it c) Motor Control 1. Mobility vs. stability 2. Characteristics of motor control d) Discussion of relevance of this information to LBP 1. Assessment strategies 2. Intervention options 3. Home workable proram e) Putting it together / Conclusion Q & A
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