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be able to identify the modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors for neck pain

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2

be able to list the prognostic factors for neck pain outcomes, both psychosocial and
mechanical in nature

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3

be able to describe the structural, behavioural, physiological, functional deficits that occur
when the cervical spine is injured

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4

be able to explain the cranio-cervical flexion (CCF) motion, its use as an exercise, and its progression

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5

list the four areas of the cervical and associated spine which should be targeted for rehabilitation

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be able to describe the five classifications used for patients presenting with neck pain

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be able to use the algorithm for identification of appropriate intervention for patients
presenting with neck pain

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be able to describe the clinical prediction rule for cervical traction

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9

be able to describe the neck flexor muscle endurance test and its parameters

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Lecture March 4th: End range loading
be able to define centralisation peripheralisation

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explain the traffic light system relative to the cervical spine

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12

be able to describe and explain the frequency and duration of Dr assisted cervical traction

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be able to explain the frequency of cervical spine end range loading exercises

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be able to explain and describe the McKenzie over correct slouch exercise

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15

on the best available evidence be able to explain frequency and duration, intensity, type,
and proprioceptive components for a cervical spine exercise program

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be able pull to describe and implement Brugger relief exercises and corect postural sitting
form according to Janda and frequency of interventions

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