Spinal Isolation, Restriction and Rehabilitation

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In this course we discuss spinal fusions, disc protrusions, spondylolisthesis and we look at an exercise program that will enable your clients to strengthen their backs without exacerbating their condition. Spinal movement, rehabilitation & spinal pathology start to make perfect sense as you learn how to apply the theoretical knowledge to movement. This course eliminates all generic spinal programs and enables you to design a back strengthening program that will encourage functional back mobility and strength.


This course was designed to help you, the professional, improve your knowledge to comfortably assist you clients to strengthen their back safely. We cover both theory and practical aspects of safe spinal training. Apply what you have learned without hesitation.

You will learn:

  • the anatomy and biomechanics of the spine
  • the importance of spinal isolation and relative mobility
  • spinal ranges of motion
  • how neutral spine is not the same on everyone and why
  • how spines may respond differently to the same exercise and why
  • why mobilizing of certain spines can cause injury
  • effective and safe movement for the spine
  • successful client specific functional training of the spine
  • precautions when training clients with spondylolisthesis
  • precautions when training clients with disc protrusions which is dependent on the protrusion
  • precautions when training clients with spinal fusions
  • a full exercise program that you can use to help any client achieve optimal spinal health and stability
  • the cues used to assist your clients in getting the full benefit of the program
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