Biology of Low Back Pain 101 / 1 Credit

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Learning Objectives:

  1. Defend a contemporary view of the implications of the biology of pain and injury for sensorimotor function
  2. Outline neuroplastic structural and functional changes as they relate to non-specific (mechanical) low back pain and sensorimotor function
  3. Appraise the current state of the literature regarding the changes in motor control in those with low back pain
  4. Assess whether low back pain patients display signs of muscular guarding or splinting
  5. Summarize existing observational evidence regarding the association between primary or chronic headache and persistent low back pain

Reviews Included:

  1. Biological Plasticity in Low Back Pain – Impact on Sensorimotor Control +MP3 
  2. Neuroplasticity of Sensorimotor Control in Low Back Pain +MP3
  3. Motor Control Changes in Low Back Pain +MP3
  4. Muscular Splinting in Low Back Pain +MP3
  5. Association Between Headache & Low Back Pain +MP3 

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