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Low-Back Savers

Affecting at least 80% of the population and totaling $100 billion in lost productivity and healthcare costs, low-back pain is a major public health problem. Undoubtedly, you will encounter clients suffering from low-back pain and need to be familiar with corrective and integrated exercise strategies to alleviate discomfort, minimize injury and maximize results. This video will cover assessment and corrective exercise strategies for clients suffering from low-back pain and provide practical examples of how to apply easy solutions to a complex problem.

  1. Discuss the prevalence and economic impact of low back pain in today’s society.
  2. Explain the concept of the kinetic chain and its significance in relation to low back pain.
  3. Use a comprehensive assessment process to identify common human movement impairments that may contribute or correlate to low back pain.
  4. List overactive and underactive muscles that may contribute to low back pain.
  5. Develop a four-step strategy consisting of integrated flexibility and exercise techniques to improve identified human movement impairments that may contribute or correlate to low back pain .
  6. Implement specific integrated flexibility and exercise strategies designed to improve identified human movement impairments that may contribute or correlate to low back pain.
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