Low Back Pain Protocols and Why Your Patients Don’t Listen

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Low Back Pain is a huge problem for our patients/clients and they depend on us to give them answers and “fix” them. How frustrating is it to see your patient struggle with back pain, unable to do the activities they love to do, missing out on opportunities to share experiences with friends and family because they are afraid their back is going to “go out”. Bottomline is that it doesn’t matter how much you know or how much you educate someone. If you can’t get the person in front of you to buy in and do the work, the hours and thousands of dollars you spent on learning the cool exercises will be a waste. After attending this webinar, I want to make sure you leave with the tools and understanding to assess low back pain, program for low back pain and above all else get your patient or client to BUY IN.


•    Relate when to help and NOT to help.
•    Recognize how to ask the right questions.
•    Review functional assessment for Low Back Pain.
•    Define how to simplify your programming, review the biggest misconceptions.
•    Illustrate how to set patient’s expectations.
•    Discuss analogies to communicate pain and recovery with patients.

Finally, my 3 favorite exercises to address LBP are a bit tricky given no context. But here are three that I will be covering in the webinar to give people some good stuff to use the next day.
1.    Squat
2.    Lunge
3.    Low Bear/Beast Crawl.

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Detailed Content Outline (55:53)
Introduction connecting the dots to take clients from pain to their goals – 10 min
Risk factors for low back pain flare ups – 5 min
Your patients, goals, and how to talk to your patients and listen – 5 min
Osteoarthritis/Degeneration – 10 min
Do we need an X-ray or MRI? – 5 min
Acute Care, Modifying Symptoms – 5 min
Pain Assessment and exercise introduction with demonstration – 10 min
Once the fire is under control, where to go from there – 6 min

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Donald Mull, DC Donald Mull, DC

Dr. Donald Mull is Chiropractor by title and utilizes the scope of practice to help people with injuries or who are experiencing pain go from afraid to move or overwhelmed to strong and confident. Dr. Donald studied Kinesiology at University of La Verne while playing football for the university then received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from SCUHS where he served as the President and Global Director of Rehab to Performance. Dr. Donald co-founded Kinetic Impact with Dr. Benjamin DeLuca, DC with the passion to utilize exercise, education and physical activity to treat and manage neuromusculoskeletal (NMSK) conditions. The practice helps clients/patients with all types of NMSK conditions, with a majority being low back pain. The current healthcare model has left many clients/patients feeling unheard and not cared for. It has been Kinetic Impact's mission to create an environment that fosters collaboration between client and practitioner that gives the client HOPE and UNDERSTANDING.

Low Back Pain Protocols & Why Your Patients Don’t Listen