NEXT – A Complete Clinician’s Approach to Musculoskeletal Management of Lumbar Spine Pain 210113
January 13 - April 3
Student Access Portal
After you register, this is your entry point to the weekly content, final exam, and certificate for this course.
Note: If you cannot attend certain sessions, you can review the session recordings within a few days.
13 January (Wednesday) 6:30 – 8:30 pm CST – Pathoanatomy of low back and SIJ pain
19 January (Tuesday) 5:00 – 7:00 pm CST – Clinical Exam and Interpretation
27 January (Wednesday) 2 – 4 pm CST – Treatment Hands-on Management Strategies
5 February (Friday) 1:30 – 3:30 pm CST – Treatment Neuromotor and Sensorimotor management – SenMoCOR
9 February (Tuesday) – 4:00 – 6:00 pm CST – Dry Needling in Low Back Pain
17 February (Wednesday) 6:00 – 8:00 pm CST – Post-surgical Management
25 February (Thursday) 4:00 – 6:00 pm CST – Biopsychosocial aspects of patient-clinician relationship
3 March – (Wednesday) 6:30 – 8:30 pm CST – Multifocal Approach for Clinicians
5 March – (Friday) 5:00 pm CST – Final Exam is available for two weeks from this date.
24 Education Hours: 8 Hours – Online Self Study + 16 Hours – Online Instructor-led Training
IAOM-US-NEXT combines online courses with Online Instructor-Led Training (OILT). You get a very personalized mentoring experience from the comfort of your favorite learning environment.
The Complete Clinician’s Approach to Musculoskeletal Management of Lumbar Pain course provides an in-depth look at lumbar spine and sacroiliac joint pathoanatomy (including primary and secondary disc dysfunctions, zygapopheseal pathologies, functional instability, sacroiliac joint complex dysfunctions, etc.), basic and specific clinical examination of the lumbar spine and sacroiliac joint complex, clinical interpretation and differential diagnosis, management suggestions for acute and recurrent/chronic lumbar and SIJ conditions, traction principles, overall management of low back pain, among others.
Each week, course participants will log in and receive 2 hours of live skills enhancement around certain patient care considerations – all on a specific case study prepared to develop the knowledge and skills to become a complete clinician. This way participants can see the systematic approach as it applies to the same case.
Objectives and Goals
- Exhibit an exact knowledge of pathoanatomy, physiology, and biomechanics for the Lumbar Spine and Sacroiliac Joint and related disorders.
- Review clinical examination of the Lumbar Spine and Sacroiliac Joint and related disorders.
- Show an understanding of how to interpret the clinical examination to reach a precise clinical diagnosis of the Lumbar Spine and Sacroiliac Joint and related disorders
- Perform effective treatment for primary disc-related pathology through an accurate understanding of surface anatomy and tissue physiology of the Lumbar Spine and Sacroiliac Joint and related disorders.
- Apply a framework for planning the prescription of affliction-specific exercises for Lumbar Spine and Sacroiliac Joint and related disorders.
- Integrate evidence and experience shared by the instructors into a complete approach in musculoskeletal management of Lumbar and Sacroiliac Joint complex dysfunctions