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Managing Mechanical LBP and PGP: Telerehabilitation Friendly

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  • Course Primer
  • Welcome to this course!
  • What is Pain?
  • Nociceptors not Pain Sensors
  • Reconceptualizing Pain
  • What is Your Space of Possibility?
  • Developing a Therapeutic Alliance
  • Course Primer Feedback
  • Mechanical Pain
  • Interventions for Mechanical LBP
  • The Role of Posture in LBP
  • Low Back Pain and the Pelvic Floor
  • Letting Go of Your Bias'
  • Directional Preference Matters
  • Self Efficacy
  • History Taking: Listen, Listen, Listen
  • Questionnaires and Outcome Measures (Resource)
  • Mechanical Pain Feedback
  • Movement Patterns
  • Leg Dominant vs. Back Dominant Pain
  • Repeated Test Movements
  • Leg Dominant Pain
  • Positions for Leg Dominant Pain
  • Treating Back Dominant Pain
  • Positions for Mechanical Back Dominant Pain - Sagittal Plane
  • Positions for Mechanical Back Dominant Pain - Non Sagittal Pain
  • Movement Patterns Feedback
  • Patient Interview
  • History/Questionnaires - Part 1
  • History/Questionnaires - Part 2
  • History/Questionnaires - Part 3
  • Physical Assessment
  • Patient Interview Feedback
  • Types of Dysfunction and Stages of Treatment
  • Stages of Treatment
  • Biopsychosocial Framework for LBP
  • Types of Dysfunction and Stages of Treatment Feedback
  • Lecture Wrap Up
  • SI Joint Dysfunction and Pelvic Girdle Pain
  • Classification System for LBP / PGP
  • Mechanical Pain Should Make Sense
  • Lecture Wrap Up Feedback
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