Using Disc Hydration Principles to Heal the Intervertebral Disc
1.5 Contact Hours / 0.15 CEUs
This presentation will address intervertebral disc pathophysiology and degeneration processes and the potential for healing and which positions, movements and lifestyle could help strengthen the disc and preserve its health. Some strategies to limit the effects of spinal stenosis will be discussed as well as in the treatment of people with back pain and nerve root compression syndrome.
Target group: PT, PTA, AT, OT
Education Level: Basic
- Explain intervertebral disc pathophysiology and degeneration processes
- Identify strategies to preserve disc health
- Determine appropriate postures and movements to preserve disc health
- Develop strategies to strengthen the disc
- Identify when to hydrate/dehydrate the disc based on pain patterns and patients’ characteristics
- Provide example of management of patients with nerve root compression syndrome
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- Financial: The instructor(s) receive an honorarium for presenting this course.
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