|National Centre of Rehabilitation Education (NCORE)|
|Derby Teaching Hospitals, London Road Community Hospital, London Road, Derby. DE1 2QY|
|Lower Back Pain - Solving the Lumbar-Pelvic Complex |
|A one-day workshop|
|Date:||4th October 2018|
|Venue:||London Road Community Hospital|
|Trainer:||Dr. Marie-Elaine Grant. Dip Physio. (NUI) PhD, SMISCP, MCSP. International Olympic Committee: Medical and Scientific Commission|
|Availability: ||Yes (18/09/2019 12:59:57)|
- This workshop aims to give a clear understanding of the reasons why back pain occurs in 80% of the population the population, a clear understanding of the biomechanics and pathology underpinning Low Back Pain.
- Key factors relating to the prevention of low back pain and the role of core stability in injury prevention will be discussed.
- Participants will be given a clear understanding of clinical, functional and dynamic evaluation techniques of the Lumbar-Pelvic complex relative to both athletes and non-athletes.
- Demonstration and discussion on the application of evidence-based treatment and rehabilitation approaches including joint and soft tissue manual techniques
- Correction of Biomechanics and alignment issues.
- Practical guidelines for strengthening while addressing many of the myths associated with 'core-stability'.
Workshop participants will:
- Improve their knowledge of the Anatomy of the Lumbar-Pelvic Complex
- Advance their understanding of Lumbar-Pelvic functional biomechanics.
- Develop a clear understanding of the pathological reasons associated with the painful and dysfunctional Lumbar-Pelvic unit.
- Deepen their understanding the factors associated with mechanical LBP how load, overuse and trauma can contribute to the problem.
- Advance their skills in assessment including the role of scans, neurological assessment, special tests, movement patterns, biomechanics, palpation, the kinetic chain, loading and functional tests and evaluating core stability.
- Increase their understanding of the necessary criteria to make the best choices in treating, rehabilitating, managing and preventing the problem.
- Increase competence in the application of effective core stability programme understanding based on evidence strategies and expected outcomes
- Throughout the one day workshop questions and discussion are encouraged, delegates will also have the opportunity to participate in the practical sessions.
- Attendance certificate will be issued.
|Fees / Funded Places|
- Limited funded places may be available for AHPs & Nurses working for the NHS within
the East Midlands.