FNOR 1: Lower Back Pain & Disorders of the Lumbopelvic Hip Complex
By: National University of Health Sciences

Course Description

Course Description This course provides a practical, up-to-date perspective on the state of rehabilitation of disorders associated with lower back pain. These conditions are presented from the perspective of the potential contribution of a neurorehabilitative approach to disorders of the lumbopelvic hip complex. The attendee will be introduced to an integrated, neuroscience-forward approach to rehabilitation of the spine through clinical tools, strategies, and therapies that leverage brain and nervous system to rapidly reduce pain, increase function and reduce disability. Learning Objectives Current Views and Perspectives on Lower Back Pain: A. Describe the Socioeconomic Impact of Lower Back Pain. B. Understand cost-drivers and role of recurrence in lower back pain. C. Describe pitfalls of most clinical research on Lower Back Pain to date. D. Describe the negative relationship between pathoanatomy and lower back pain. E. Describe evidence-based perspective on Lower Back Rehabilitation incl. role of manipulation. Updated View on Risk Factors and Contributing Factors to Persistent Lower Back Pain LBP: Presented by FNOR┬« 2 Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation: A. Develop an updated understanding of the range of pain generators in LBP. B. Understand the role of non-somatic contributors to persistent pain incl. central and behavioral. C. Understand role of peripheral neurogenic inflammation in lower back pain. Lumbopelvic Hip Complex Biomechanics and Lower Back Pain: A. Describe normal LPHC biomechanics during gait in relationship to lumbar spine and sacroiliac joint. B. Understand the potential contribution of LPHC dysfunction to persistent lower back pain. C. Describe the negative relationship between pathoanatomy and lower back pain. D. Understand respiratory mechanics and its role effect on the spine. E. Describe framework for evidence-based application of specific categories of therapeutic modalities in Lower Back Rehabilitation incl. Role of manipulation Course Description This course provides a practical, up-to-date perspective on the state of rehabilitation of disorders associated with lower back pain. These conditions are presented from the perspective of the potential contribution of a neurorehabilitative approach to disorders of the lumbopelvic hip complex. The attendee will be introduced to an integrated, neuroscience-forward approach to rehabilitation of the spine through clinical tools, strategies, and therapies that leverage brain and nervous system to rapidly reduce pain, increase function and reduce disability. Learning Objectives Current Views and Perspectives on Lower Back Pain: A. Describe the Socioeconomic Impact of Lower Back Pain. B. Understand cost-drivers and role of recurrence in lower back pain. C. Describe pitfalls of most clinical research on Lower Back Pain to date. D. Describe the negative relationship between pathoanatomy and lower back pain. E. Describe evidence-based perspective on Lower Back Rehabilitation incl. role of manipulation. Updated View on Risk Factors and Contributing Factors to Persistent Lower Back Pain LBP: Presented by FNOR® 2 Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation: A. Develop an updated understanding of the range of pain generators in LBP. B. Understand the role of non-somatic contributors to persistent pain incl. central and behavioral. C. Understand role of peripheral neurogenic inflammation in lower back pain. Lumbopelvic Hip Complex Biomechanics and Lower Back Pain: A. Describe normal LPHC biomechanics during gait in relationship to lumbar spine and sacroiliac joint. B. Understand the potential contribution of LPHC dysfunction to persistent lower back pain. C. Describe the negative relationship between pathoanatomy and lower back pain. D. Understand respiratory mechanics and its role effect on the spine. E. Describe framework for evidence-based application of specific categories of therapeutic modalities in Lower Back Rehabilitation incl. Role of manipulation Course Description This course provides a practical, up-to-date perspective on the state of rehabilitation of disorders associated with lower back pain. These conditions are presented from the perspective of the potential contribution of a neurorehabilitative approach to disorders of the lumbopelvic hip complex. The attendee will be introduced to an integrated, neuroscience-forward approach to rehabilitation of the spine through clinical tools, strategies, and therapies that leverage brain and nervous system to rapidly reduce pain, increase function and reduce disability. Learning Objectives Current Views and Perspectives on Lower Back Pain: A. Describe the Socioeconomic Impact of Lower Back Pain. B. Understand cost-drivers and role of recurrence in lower back pain. C. Describe pitfalls of most clinical research on Lower Back Pain to date. D. Describe the negative relationship between pathoanatomy and lower back pain. E. Describe evidence-based perspective on Lower Back Rehabilitation incl. role of manipulation. Updated View on Risk Factors and Contributing Factors to Persistent Lower Back Pain LBP: Presented by FNOR® 2 Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation: A. Develop an updated understanding of the range of pain generators in LBP. B. Understand the role of non-somatic contributors to persistent pain incl. central and behavioral. C. Understand role of peripheral neurogenic inflammation in lower back pain. Lumbopelvic Hip Complex Biomechanics and Lower Back Pain: A. Describe normal LPHC biomechanics during gait in relationship to lumbar spine and sacroiliac joint. B. Understand the potential contribution of LPHC dysfunction to persistent lower back pain. C. Describe the negative relationship between pathoanatomy and lower back pain. D. Understand respiratory mechanics and its role effect on the spine. E. Describe framework for evidence-based application of specific categories of therapeutic modalities in Lower Back Rehabilitation incl. Role of manipulation

Course Details

  • FNOR 1: Lower Back Pain & Disorders of the Lumbopelvic Hip Complex
  • By:    National University of Health Sciences
  • Instructor:    David George, Stuart Fife, Nicholas Studholme, Brett Jarosz
  • Total CE Hours:    25
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