Cervical Model Part 1 CBP®NP #5, Lumbar Normal Data Part 1 CBP® NP #6
By: WebExercises Academy

Course Description

CBP NP #5- Cervical Model Part 1 --- Harrison et al. Spine 1996The clinician will learn an experimental modelling approach to understanding the geometry of the cervical spine as a piece of a circle. Multiple validations of the theoretical model are presented using a comparison of model predictions to a set of normal volunteers. The volunteers are categorized into different subgroups to see if age, sex, pain status, and biomechics-kinematic maximum range of motion concepts offer explanatory variables for curve distributions. In the end, the clinician will gain an appreciation that the cervical spine can be approximated by a piece of circle.Lumbar Normal Data Part 1 CBP #6Mensuration Characteristics of the Sagittal Lumbar Spine From A Normal Population with a Method to Synthesize Prior Studies of Lordosis.The clinician will understand the need for upright lateral lumbar radiography in asymptomatic populations and the methods of measurement for segmental and total angle of curvature. A data set of asymptomatic adults who were not seeking treatment is presented. An appreciation of age and sex influences on lumbar lordosis will be discussed and shown to have little affect within a broad range of age and across sex. A species specific shape and magnitude for the segmental angles and total angle of lumbar lordosis will be presented. 6 other studies in the literature will be used to compare the validity of this study’s findings.

Course Details

  • Cervical Model Part 1 CBP®NP #5, Lumbar Normal Data Part 1 CBP® NP #6
  • By:    WebExercises Academy
  • Instructor:    Deed E. Harrison, D.C.,
  • Total CE Hours:    1
  • Course Format:     Online Distance Learning
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  • Course Subjects | CE HOURS:
    • Adjustive Technique  -1 CE Hours