Updated: Mar 9
In this episode Dr. Spina discusses the management of low back pain and what may be missing from your treatment and/or rehabilitation strategy. Topics include the evolutionary anatomy of the spine, the importance of re-establishing segmental spinal motion, the misunderstandings regarding neutral spine, the need for specificity in treatment and training inputs, and more. Whether you are a therapist, S&C coach, or patient, this podcast will shed light on some of the most common issues in dealing with both acute and chronic low back pain cases, as well as provide ideas to improve long term clinical outcomes. Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice and it is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. For more information or to seek out an FRS provider in your area, please visit our website.
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What would be a session for Spine strength training at length and to length, creating specific setups, tactile and verbal cueing to help reaching deepest tissues and teach the Nervous System how to behave strength between each vertebrae. Still, is not a generic approach but specifically crafted for my client’s current needs and capacity. In all, simply following rules and principles of Functional Range System - Internal Strenght Model. #frsinternalstrengthmodel For a better understanding of this work highly recommend to watch Control Yourself Podcast ⬆️⬆️⬆️ Ep. 18: Why does your back stil hurt! By @drandreospina