This webinar will discuss 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. Objectives:
- 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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Outline: (58 minutes)
Lumbar spine – 3 min
Medically Unexplained symptoms – 2 min
Perceiving Reality (Brain) – 4 min
The Nervous System – 3 min
Signs of Sub-Clinical Integration Dysfunction – 3 min
The Vestibular System – 4 min
Ocular Reactions – 3 min
Brain Stem Anatomy – 4 min
Fundamentals of intervention – 2 min
Integrated Movement – 3 min
Closing Angle Restrictions – 2 min
Movement Capacities – 3 min
Cluneal Nerves, Nerve Entrapment – 4 min
Commonalities of people with pain – 4min
Internal vs External cue – 3 min
Neuro Assessments, Exercises and progressions – 10 min
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