Instructor: Whitney Lowe
This course is the second in a six part series on lumbo-pelvic pain. The primary focus of this client case will be on neurological lumbar pain. Disk herniations, spinal tumors, bone spurs, or other obstructions may cause nerve compression in the lumbar region. This is a major concern for any manual therapist performing treatment for low back pain. This course will focus on accurate identification of neurological lumbar pain and the massage therapist?s role in treating it.
In each of the courses we will take a specific case study, and go through the process of assessment to demonstrate how we would identify this client?s complaint in a real clinical environment. After identifying the primary cause of the complaint Whitney will discuss and demonstrate appropriate treatment strategies for this type of disorder.
This design of the courses in a case study format enables us to look at realistic clinical signs and symptoms and apply them for creating the optimal treatment approach. Whitney will use rich multimedia examples and interact with participants as much as possible during the presentation.
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Continuing Education Hours
Muscular Overuse and Postural Distortion: 1
Neurological Lumbar Pain: 1
Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction: 1
Neurological Gluteal Pain: 1
Myofascial Trigger Point Approach: 1
Structural Issues in the Spine: 1
TOTAL: 6 CE hours