Manual Therapy Approach to Disk Herniation

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Manual Therapy Approach to Disk Herniation

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Manual Therapy Approach to Disk Herniation Course aims to study and improve the conservative treatment of one of the most common pathologies that affects the spine. The scientific community already testifies that conservative treatment is the best option for patients with this disabling condition. Although surgery sometimes is needed, however, it should be the last option since there is a great possibility of regression.

By pinching the nerve roots, the herniated disc will cause irradiated pains, which may disrupt and even impede the daily life activities of the affected individual. This pathology has a high clinical incidence. Consequently, there is a great demand on the part of patients for an efficient conservative treatment. However, there is a low number of therapists who know the most effective techniques in the treatment and prevention of disc herniations. Because of herniated disks, many patients that can find relief with conservative treatment end up doing surgery. Thus, this is an essential course for anyone who wants to be successful at clinic.

Canadian Manual Therapy Academy – Disc Herniation Course Differentials:

  • You will learn from a teacher with great clinical experience: Physiotherapist, Osteopath and Chiropractor.
  • The certainty of quality and traditional learning of Canadian Manual Therapy Academy
  • 80% practical classes, to guarantee the certainty of learning and the attention of the teacher in the most important aspects of the techniques.
  • Emphasis on Manual Therapy, which is extremely effective to solve Disk Herniation problems.
  • Methodology created based on science and clinical experience to solve this problem that afflicts thousands of people.

MANUAL THERAPY APPROACH TO DISK HERNIATION COURSE CONTENT:

1 – Reviewing the embryology and anatomy of the vertebral unit

  • Embryology
  • Lumbar anatomy
  • Lumbosacral spine
  • Muscles of the lumbar spine

2 – Biomechanics of the lumbar spine

  • General information
  • Lumbar intervertebral disc biomechanics
  • Function of some trunk muscles
  • Vertebral biomechanics

3 – Neurophysiology

  • Pain
  • Etiologic diagnosis of low back pain
  • Physiology of receptors
  • Somatic dysfunction and nervous system according to I. Korr and F. Mitchell
  • Function of manipulations
  • Dysfunctions and spinal cord
  • Neurological characteristics of vertebral dysfunction
  • Neurovascular characteristics of the dysfunction
  • Vertebral dysfunction and nerve roots
  • Neurotrophic influences of somatic dysfunction
  • Clinical signs of spinal facilitation

4 – Sciatica: Pathologies Discal

  • Role of reactive hypermobility
  • Discial pathophysiology
  • Key factors of disc aging
  • Mechanism of disc rupture
  • Disc Edema
  • Disc twist
  • Internal Disk Destruction
  • Disc Protrusion
  • Difference between disc protrusion and disc herniation
  • Classifications of Disk Herniation
  • Sciatica and Double Crush Syndrome

5 – Diagnosis of the lumbar spine

  • General information
  • Anamnesis
  • Neurological examinations
  • Orthopedic exams
  • Radiology
  • Physical exam
  • Red flags

6 – Different treatment techniques

  • Choice of technique
  • Choice of tissue to be treated
  • Structural techniques X Functional techniques

7 – Treatment of the lumbar spine

  • Muscular and ligament normalization technique
  • Stretching technique
  • Rhythmic technique
  • Trigger point inhibition technique
  • Relaxation technique
  • Functional techniques
  • Muscle energy techniques
  • Handling techniques grade 5 (Thrust)
  • Passive mobilization techniques (grades 1 to 4)
  • Functional training
  • Stabilization training
  • Stretching exercises

8 – Complementing the treatment

  • Taking adequate water (The importance of correct hydration in the treatment of the spine)
  • Unlocking breathing for a healthy spine

 

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