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Low Back Pain: The Effect of Changing Movement and Posture Using Motion Sensor Biofeedback

Course #: 03-497

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CE Credit Hours: 3.00 Continuing Education Credit Hours

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CEU Course Description 

Low back pain (LBP) is highly prevalent and globally is the leading cause of disability.  The goal of this CEU course is to test the hypothesis that modifying patterns of painful lumbo-pelvic movement using motion-sensor biofeedback in people with low back pain would lead to reduced pain and activity limitation compared with guidelines-based care. 

CEU Course Syllabus

  Low Back Pain Background   0.42 Contact Hours 
  Study Methods   0.75 Contact Hours
  Interventions   0.54 Contact Hours
  Treatment Effect Discussion     0.87 Contact Hours  
  Conclusions   0.42 Contact Hours

Total = 3 Contact Hours

Instructional level:  Basic

This article is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License. The authors listed are the orignial authors and no changes were made. The article is from BioMed Central. 

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