This continuing education home study course is offered to you in a distance-learning format, providing a logical progression from initial concepts to clinical applications. The text introduces the problems of back pain and instability and provides an explanation of spinal anatomy, movements, and the physics of lifting. A discussion follows of the basic skills required for developing stability. Assessments of posture and muscle balance are highlighted, and foundational movements for development of core stability are introduced. After covering the basics, the text moves into more practical applications by presenting progressive exercises and basic equipment used for developing greater stability. Information on abdominal training, resistance apparatus, speed and power, and practical functional progressions will help your patients or clients increase back stability and enhance performance. Finally, real-life patient examples illustrate how to structure a full back stability program. Back Stability: Integrating Science and Therapy certificate package with online test includes the eBook version of the 360-page Back Stability: Integrating Science and Therapy, Second Edition book by Christopher Norris (accessed through Adobe Air with instructions for downloading Adobe Air) and a 106-page workbook provided in PDF format. Instructions for completing the 60-question multiple-choice online test and obtaining CECs are also included in PDF format. Note: This course package is made available for immediate access and download after purchase. All materials for this electronic format course are available electronically. Nothing is mailed.