Advanced Manual Techniques of the Lumbar Spine Cranston RI Oct 2022
8 Contact Hours / .8 CEUs
The Advanced Manual Techniques in the Lumbar Spine course is a hands-on experience aimed to introduce or enhance specific manual approaches for the examination and treatment of movement dysfunctions and musculoskeletal pain generators in the lumbar spine and sacroiliac joint.
Instructors focus on mastering manual techniques in small group and one-on-one mentorship. All associated theory and interpretation of findings are included in the online, Hybrid, and NEXT courses, so you can dedicate this time to practice application.
Target Audience: PT, PTA, ATC, OT, OTA
Educational Level: Basic
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- Financial: The instructor(s) receive an honorarium for presenting this course.
- Non-financial: The instructor(s) have no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
- We will not offer partial credit. Online courses: Passing an online exam and completing a course evaluation will be required to earn continuing education credit. Live courses: Participants must attend all the activities. Attendees must sign an attendance sheet for the course, placing their name, license number and state, and signature for both morning and afternoon attendance..
- be able to use a systematic process to identify 5 different key landmarks at the ventral, lateral and dorsal aspects of the trunk to assist in the clinical examination and joint specific treatment of the lumbosacral complex.
- decide which specific tests from the general clinical examination are the most informative in identifying dysfunction and/or the painful structure in a patient with acute, recurrent or chronic lumbo-sacral pain.
- design 3 effective treatment interventions for each of the following:
- acute pain such as related to lumbar spine or sacroiliac joint.
- recurrent discogenic pain versus facet arthropathy.
- myofascial pain syndrome of the lumbar and/or sacroiliac joint regions
2000, Chapel View Boulevard, Cranston, Rhode Island, 02920, United States
8:00 am – 5:45 pm