Rehabilitation 102: Chronic Low Back Pain / 1 Credit
- Summarize the importance of core stability assessment and rehabilitation in lumbosacral radiculopathy cases.
- Apply periodization concepts to rehabilitation for patients with non-specific low back pain.
- Determine the effectiveness of physical and rehabilitation interventions for chronic LBP.
- Illustrate the effects of external pelvic compression on the
passive, active and neuromotor control systems of the lumbopelvic region
- Examine whether changes in movement and muscle-activation patterns
can alter spine stability and stiffness, joint loading, posture and
movement in low back pain patients.
Course Reviews: reviews in this course are also available in MP3 format
- Core Stabilization in Lumbosacral Radiculopathy
- Training Volume in Rehabilitation for Chronic Low Back Pain
- Physical & Rehabilitation Interventions for CLBP: Systematic Review
- External Pelvic Compression & Lumbopelvic Neuromotor Control
- Altering Spinal Loads to Relieve LBP: Case Series