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1

Be able to state the 4 stages of Rehab

b

2

Be able to explain the difference between a strictural and functional approach

h

3

be able to explain the concept of muscle balance and its relationship to pathology

h

4

Be able to explain with activation what happens to static postural muscles as opposed to synamic and phasic muscles

h

5

Be able to explain how imbalances occur- macro and micro trauma

j

6

Explain the concept of mechanical chain

h

7

Be able to explain Uupper and lower crossed syndrome

h

8

What is FMS and DNS

m

9

Be ale to explain the differeing responses to an episode of acute LBP over 12 months
Be able to explain the rationale behind treating LBP

s

10

Be able to identify those interventions with evidence of efficacy as listed in the lecture material i bed rest, acupunture, assage etc

a

11

be able to describe the evidence for manual therapy and exercise in the acute, subacute and chronic phases

a

12

be able to identify the four treatment guidelines as listed in the lecture material and explain why they should be used.

s

13

Be able to identify factors that improve functional outcomes

j

14

what treatments are identified as being underutilised and overutilised

s

15

be able to explain the benefits of identifying subgroups within a non-specific lower back pain
and diagnosis

d

16

be able to identify the two muscles in specific motor control exercise programs and explain
the mechanism, function and role in lumbar spine stabilization

s

17

be able to explain the changes in these muscles that indicate they may be involved in
instability

s

18

what is “last on-first off” in relation to LMM and TrA

s

19

how does neuromuscular pain impact on LMM and TrA

s

20

what impact does SMT and exercise have on the LMM and TrA as opposed to allowing
natural healing to take place

a

21

what is the hypothesised role of the motor cortex and the TrA

s

22

what is treatment-based classification approach

s

23

NB - *******be able to list the prognostic criteria and factors for the interventions of
manipulation, stabilization exercises, specific exercise or directional preference, and traction

a

24

Describe the PIT and Active SLR tests

a

25

How does the presence of Red and Yellow flags alter our intervention choice

a

26

NB ******Be able list the factors that mitigate against the choice of manipulation,
stabilisation, specific exercise, traction.

a