Where Does the Low Back Go When it Goes Out?

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This is a Non CE Course
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Lesson Plan

Keys to a No Whine Lumbar-Spine

This webinar will help you to understand how various factors contribute to low back pain that are typically not associated with this condition. Learn an innovative and integrated approach on how to identify and treat low back pain.

Learn easy practical solutions for patients and clients

Objectives:

  • Recognize that most times, it’s not the low back’s fault when the low back hurts.
  • Correctly distinguish differences between reactive vs. traditional anatomy relative to integrated movement.
  • Examine the effects of injury on myofascial restructuring, altered movement patters and the nervous system.
  • Describe the concepts of peripheral nerve entrapment and the associated neurogenic inflammatory processes.

Duration: 50 minutes

Instructor


Adam Wolf, PTAdam Wolf, PT

Adam is a clinician, author, and educator. His professional credentials include Licensure in Physical Therapy (IL) and Massage Therapy (IL), Fellow of Applied Functional Science (Gray Institute), Level III Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) practitioner, Enhance Running Technician, & Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) practitioner. His professional career spans nearly two decades and includes clinical, management, consulting, education, performance/strength and conditioning , as well as ownership roles. His professional interests lie in a deeper understanding of human movement combined with manual medicine, and creating innovative therapy and business paradigms that facilitate the growth of his patients and colleagues. Adam presents internationally to fitness and rehabilitation professionals and is co-owner of REAL pt, located in Chicago, and is the author of the recently released book, REAL Movement: Perspective on Integrated Motion & Motor Control.

Where Does the Low Back Go When it Goes Out?