Treatment of Low Back Pain – Lumbar Stability and Low Back Pain – Rehabilitation of Low Back Pain
Tom Solecki, a chiropractor who specializes in functional rehabilitation, presents this comprehensive overview of low back pain and spinal stabilization issues, from the science to the effectiveness of treatment. In this lecture, Tom defines the treatment of low back pain and answer the following: What is appropriate non-operative care? Is it bed rest and inactivity? Manual therapy? Traction? Injections? Exercise?
“We’re moving toward a paradigm to educate our patients, spending more time with them in order to help them gain the stability they need.”~Tom Solecki
• Natural History of LBP (2:50)
• Current Treatment Options (5:15)
• Six Key Points (10:25)
• Mobility, Stability, and the Core (11:25)
• Muscles & Back Pain (14:35)
• The Abdominal Muscles (17:15)
• Mechanisms of Lumbar Stability (20:05)
• McGill’s Five Stages of Rehabilitation (24:40)
• Clinical Strategies (27:25)
• Review (31:05)
Tom Solecki, DC, teaches functional rehabilitation in the clinical sciences department of National University of Health Sciences. He’s the team chiropractic physician for Northwestern and Benedictine Universities, where he evaluates and treats athletes in 46 varsity sports. He served as a network team doctor for USA Gymnastics, working with both the men’s and women’s Olympic teams, and has also worked with various professional athletes, including players in both Major League Baseball and the National Football League. You can reach Tom at email@example.com.