Lower Back Pain Strategies

Lower back pain is one of the most common complaints that brings our clients in for sessions. To truly understand and address the causes of lower back pain, we need to understand the structural and functional relationships of the upper legs and pelvis and their associated musculature, as well as how they impact the lumbar spine and lower back muscles. Most of the causative factors that lead to chronic lower back pain, vertebral dysfunction, nerve compression, and lumbar disc issues typically arise from structural and biomechanical dysfunction of the pelvis and leg myofascia. Learn a dynamic approach to understand and address causative factors that contribute to lower back pain and restriction.

Instructor(s)

Lynn Teachworth

Lynn Teachworth

Lynn Teachworth BS, LMT, ADV.CBP, FAFS, ATSI, CAFS, has been in the bodywork, human performance, and energy medicine fields for over thirty years. He is certified in over thirty complementary medicine modalities. His clients include CEO’s and Presidents of many Fortune 500 companies as well as over 1000 professional athletes in the areas of sports injuries and physical/mental performance. He is a 2018 inductee into the World Massage Hall of Fame and has been an instructor in Massage Therapy and Structural Integration theory for over 17 years, teaching in eight different countries.

Ann Teachworth

Ann Teachworth

Ann Teachworth, BA, LMT, RYT, CBP, Franklin Method Educator has been working in integrative health, human performance, and movement for 15 years. She is an educator for massage therapists and yoga teachers, among other integrative and movement therapists, with an emphasis on embodied functional anatomy, kinesiology, and mindbody training. Her work with clients and students is fueled by a passion to help people understand and experience their design and function more fully so that they can think, move, and be more fully expressed and alive in their bodies and lives.

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Course Code SA230-N
Credit Hours 4.0
Date Nov 14
Time 2:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. EST
Class Period(s) Class Period 2
Location Hall N
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