Treating Motor Control Deficits of the Lumbo-Pelvic Region

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Lesson Plan

A guideline and review of motor control and the use of external focus to enhance feedback and learning.  This webinar course will expose the participant to a review of the literature by some of the experts of motor learning (ex; Wulf, Benjaminse), how to distinguish between internal and external focus, and examples of motor learning deficits described from the current literature for the lumbar spine and suggestions for clinical implementation.

Learn easy practical solutions for patients and clients:

  • Review of Motor Control Anatomy and principles
  • Establish Types of Feedback used during motor learning
  • Determine motor control deficits of the lumbar spine
  • Examples of utilizing immediate visual feedback with external focus of the above populations

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Duration: 30 minutes

No CEU available for this course


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Course Instructor

Eric Dinkins, PT Eric Dinkins, PT

Eric is a graduate from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center Physical Therapy program and has been practicing since 2001. He is a Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedics through the American Physical Therapy Association and has a post-graduate diploma in Manipulative Therapy. He is current part of the teaching faculty for Select Medical, Northeast Seminars, Herman and Wallace, Motion Guidance LLC, and is a credentialed instructor with the Mulligan Concept Teachers Association. Eric is part of the ownership team of Motion Guidance, LLC, a rehabilitation company that developed visual feedback tools for assessing and treating clients.

Treatment Options in Motor Control Deficits of the Lumbo-Pelvic Area Course