Webinar: Lumbodorsal Fascia and Low-Back Pain: Research Update and Clinical Implications

Robert Schleip

Even if clearly visible on X-rays and MRIs, disk pathologies are usually only coincidental to low-back pain. In fact, in about 80 percent of all cases, these structural changes do not seem to play any causative role in the client’s back pain at all. In this intriguing presentation, you’ll discover the limitations of current imaging techniques to diagnose the cause of low-back pain. You learn about the multilayered lumbodorsal fascia, its innervation, and what current research says about the role of microtearing and inflammation in causing pain. Lastly, you’ll get clinical treatment suggestions for working effectively to solve the low-back pain puzzle.

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