Mov 470 Lower Back Pain

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5/29/11 The most widely experienced health related problem in the world May occur suddenly (unclear as to onset)or be the result of major trauma, multiple episodes of microtrauma and have muscular and joint pain Can last for days, weeks, months or years Prevelance
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5/29/11 The extensive network of intersecting nerve fibers in the lower spine make the source of pain difficult to diagnose (ex. .physically… emotionall. .cognitively flared up etc.) Can also trigger a nociceptor signal within the CNS usually associated with actual or potential tissue injury Interpretation of the signal can be Pathophysiology
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5/29/11 Medications to modify sensory input Therapeutic modalities (thermotherapy, mobilzation, manipulations, postural retraining and exercise) Need to address misunderstandings about the meaning of the pain What is the relationship of the pain Managing LBP can involve:
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2011 for the course MOV 470 taught by Professor Crawley during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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