Educational Objectives: Hour 1: Describe common biomechanically terminology related to rehabilitation such as work, force, mass, vector, strength and power. Comprehend the functional biomechanics of the lunge, and squat. Identify regressive and progressive nature to common squat and lunge exercises. Describe the appropriate standard of care and the process associated with the doctor-patient encounter regarding the evaluation, and management of patients using rehabilitative exercises. Hour 2: Classify the “McGill Big 3,” and discuss their clinical significance with those with spinal pain. Describe an appropriate hip hinge technique for your patients. Describe the differences between abdominal bracing and hallowing techniques. Review common evidence-based exercise procedures for spinal pain. Hour 3: Apply the scientific foundations of neuromuscular re-education, and explore major guidelines and evidence-based practices for spinal pain. Construct a treatment plan and exercise script for patient centered care. Describe a case scenario involved spinal degeneration and how to create a treatment plan. Synthesize the justification and efficacy of evidence-based exercises for different axial spine protocols.