This lecture can be applied toward the 8 C.E. credits required for the NCMIC 5% discount.
This course is for healthcare providers that frequently manage musculoskeletal conditions. Human movement analysis, or identifying dysfunctional motor patterns, may play an important role in pinpointing the underlying cause of symptoms, rather than simply isolating sources of pain. While establishing clinical assessment from the viewpoint of a movement pattern, the clinician may recognize meaningful impairments that appear unrelated to primary main musculoskeletal complaint, but actually cause or facilitate the associated pain syndrome. In addition, this workshop provides pragmatic rehabilitation protocols for shoulder and spinal disorders.