LOW BACK PAIN TUTORIAL
Are you frustrated by “One Size Fits All” approaches to low back pain, but not sure what else to do for your clients?
In truth, we can recover from injury, or prevent future injury from taking place, with regular care and feeding of our hips and low back. What does that look like? Functional and progressive movements that both challenge us to maintain healthy mobility and stability, and help us to organize our whole body movements.
In this tutorial you will:
- Learn a movement-based approach to working with clients who have an array of low back pain sources
- Acquire a progression of corrective exercise techniques for clients either with diagnosed injuries or unspecified pain
- Review musculoskeletal anatomy to better understand how bodies move, adapt, maladapt, get injured, experience pain, and heal
- Learn common pathologies to better understand the cascade of your body’s response to tissue injury, as well as how pain is commonly patterned in response to these injuries
- Study up-to-date, biopsychosocial pain science that breaks down old beliefs in order to paint a more accurate picture of the often complicated and counterintuitive behavior of pain
What to Expect in our Low Back Pain Tutorial
- One hour of corrective exercise techniques
- 45 minutes of pain science, anatomy, biomechanics and kinesiology
- Watch immediately upon purchase!
- Fully subtitled
- Tutorials are available forever
- 1 hour 45 minute viewing time
1.75 hours Yoga Alliance CEUs
WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING
“I found the low back pain tutorial to be a great resource! Both in understanding how different ways of movement might affect pain levels (eg flexion vs extension), as well as giving me some real tangible exercises to play around with in my own body and hopefully 11integrate with my patients. I also had so many resounding “YES!” moments in listening to you women speak. The idea of posterior tilt not being a moral failing (I laughed out loud), and the idea of observing/treating someone through movement, and not diagnosis-based (solely). I feel lucky to have crossed paths with you and intend to soak up all that I can!” - Erica Rodas, Occupational Therapist
Part 1 Introduction
02:41 Kinesiologic Language of the Low Back and Pelvis
Part 2 Low Back Pain Common Sources and Trina’s Story
00:00 Low Back Pain Common Sources
02:50 Trina’s Story
04:25 How Pain and Tissue Damage Don’t Correlate
06:24 Graded Exposure for Pain Relief
Part 3 Mythbusting
01:10 A Strong Core Will Fix Your Back Pain
03:03 Low Back Pain is Purely A Mechanical Issue
04:38 Stretch Your Hamstrings (Or Other Isolated Muscle Groups)
06:37 Active vs Passive Range Control
Part 4 Spinal Anatomy
00:00 Bones and Bony Landmarks
01:57 Intervertebral Discs
02:43 Disc Herniations
03:39 Degenerative Disc Disease
04:19 Bone Spurs and Osteoarthritis
Part 5 Pain with Spinal Extension
00:00 Pain with Extension Possible Sources
02:21 Breathing Mechanics
05:51 Rationale for Breathing Techniques
Part 6 Exercises for Pain with Spinal Extension
00:00 Imprint vs bracing
05:36 Leg slides
07:58 Leg slides with external rotation
09:02 Leg slides with internal rotation
09:48 Hip Roll/mini articulated bridge
11:38 Ab curl
14:38 Sidelying Leg Lifts / Sidelying Clams
16:51 Double Clam
Part 7 Exercises for Pain with Spinal Flexion
03:55 Spinal Rotation
06:26 Spinal Rotation with Extension
08:09 Spinal Sidebend
11:42 Sliding Low Lunge
13:55 Squatting with the Wall
15:55 Hip Hinge
19:38 Getting up and down from the Floor
21:18 Hollowing and Bracing in Prone Position
22:47 Active Hamstring Stretching
Part 8 Pain in Static Positions
03:37 Deep Abdominal Stabilizers Activation
06:58 Trunk Stability with Leg Marching
09:45 Trunk Stability with Bent Knee Fall Outs
10:58 Stabilizing in Quadruped (Hands and Knees)
12:48 Progressions to Bird Dog
14:59 Trunk Stability in Kneeling
Part 9 Pain With Unspecific Positions
00:00 Pain Upon Waking
01:12 Pain At End of Day
01:37 Pain From Multiple Sources
02:48 Neurologic Red Flags
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2. I'm not a teacher. Is this tutorial for students, too?
Absolutely. This tutorial is for anyone. It is meant for teachers and students alike.
3. Do I need a strong background in anatomy?
Not at all. The tutorial will cover kinesiology and muscle anatomy, but it is presented in a way that is easily accessible to anyone.
4. Are the exercises presented only for private students or would they work in a group class setting?
Both. The topics and exercises are appropriate in groups and one-on-one sessions.
5. How long will I have access to this tutorial?
6. Do I need special props?
Props suggested are: yoga blocks, strap, blanket, pillow, chair, resistance band, kettlebell, dowel or similar, and squishy ball. Some or all will help with receiving the maximum benefit of the tutorial.
ABOUT MOVEMENT LOGIC
The Movement Logic tutorials aim to enhance your problem-solving skills so you can work more effectively with your students and clients who are injured or in pain.
Become Anatomically and Biomechanically Informed
- Learn musculoskeletal anatomy to better understand how bodies move, adapt, maladapt, get injured, experience pain, and heal
- Familiarize yourself with common pathologies to better understand the cascade of your body's response to tissue injury, as well as how pain is commonly patterned in response to these injuries
- You'll study up-to-date, biopsychosocial pain science that breaks down old beliefs in order to paint a more accurate picture of the often complicated and counterintuitive behavior of pain
- The biopsychosocial model is a holistic perspective to pain that looks at the relationship between your biology, your mind, and society, and how those elements together influence your whole body experience of pain
Acquire Teaching skills
- You will acquire corrective exercise techniques for helping private clients who have diagnosed injuries as well as those with unspecified pain
- You'll learn best practices for presenting these corrective exercises in a group class