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Sorting Out the Confusion in the Treatment of Low Back Pain

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • Event date: 1/1/2020 12:00 AM - 12/31/2040 12:00 AM Export event

    This four hour course is a survey of the chiropractic assessment and treatment for a number of common presentations of low back pain into chiropractic offices. This four hour course discusses the impact of low back pain in the United States, the conundrum of the high failure rate in treating low back pain, and unique signs and symptoms of three common musculoskeletal origins of low back pain. Red flags and medical emergencies, as well as a number of common organic causes of low back pain will also be discussed, as well as how to manage them.

    The technique portion of the course will discuss listings, patient setup, doctor setup, contact points, and line of drive. Varying spinal listings will be compared and contrasted, and combinatory dysfunctions will be addressed with regard to treatment hierarchy.

    This course will be valuable for veteran and new chiropractors alike, as it not only describes and demonstrates numerous chiropractic adjustments (Gonstead and Diversified), but also discusses why so many patient presentations end up as enigmas, leading to a revolving door of multiple doctors’ assessments, various treatments, and ultimately, patient frustration.
    InstructorNicolas Campos, DC
    About the InstructorDr. Nick Campos has been a practicing chiropractor for 20 years, dedicating his life to helping people tap into their incredible self-healing, self-regulating powers. As a chiropractic sports physician, he treats both professional and amateur athletes, with an emphasis on shoulder, low back and hip injuries. Dr. Campos is a regular lecturer to chiropractors in the state of California, teaching sports injury protocols, where he synchronizes cutting-edge science of western rehabilitative techniques with eastern wisdom of yoga and martial arts. His courses provide attendees with a well-rounded and balanced perspective on the natural healing arts. Dr. Campos is also an avid writer on health and wellness principles and a regular contributor to Dynamic Chiropractic, The Life Change Network, Champions Club Community, Fortylicious and Bizymoms. He is the author of the progressive health manual, The Six Keys to Optimal Health, and the comprehensive guide to self-awareness through inner silence, Seeking The Self Through Meditation.
    Subject BreakdownCourse Objective: To present licensee with a foundation with which to approach the most common presentations of low back pain into modern chiropractic offices. Licensee will review history taking and examination techniques to confirm or rule out various factors of low back pain, and will learn some tips to help the doctor with differential diagnosis. Licensee will learn various Gonstead and Diversified setups for subluxation dysfunctions of the sacroiliac joints and lumbosacral disks. Upon completion of this course, the attendee will Have an overview of low back pain statistics in the U.S., and its cost in money, time and disability Review history taking and exam of the low back region. Review red flags, medical emergencies, and organic causes of low back pain Learn common presentations of various joint dysfunctions (subluxations) of the low back region Review and/or learn technique of set up and adjustment for the three low back regions – pelvic, sacral, and lumbar. Review treatment protocols, prognosis and referral protocols for the various causes of low back pain
    Total Credits4.00
    FormatDistance - On-demand
    Course OutlineSorting Out Low Back Pain.syllabusandoutcomes.pdf
    • PACE Provider: DConline
    • Course ID: 8032


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