Lower back pain is one of the most prevalent musculoskeletal problems we come across. It is hugely widespread in the adult population and it can have a massive impact on quality of life. This is why we recognise the importance of education on appropriate treatments and rehabilitation around this topic. We’ve been working closely with Johns Hopkins Hospital, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and will be joined by Terrence “Terry” McGee, who focuses clinically on persistent pain related to the spine.
This webinar will expose the learner to an eclectic approach to the management of lumbopelvic disorders by integrating manual therapy, modalities, and pain neuroscience to manage patients will mobility deficits, motor coordination impairments, and neurodynamic impairments that are perpetuating low back pain.
We will have a 15-20 minute presentation from Terry followed by an interactive Q&A session.
In the webinar we will;
– Discuss the approach to managing lumbopelvic disorders
– Explore manual therapy options specific to the lower back
– Explain the benefits of using different modalities to manage your patient
Terrence “Terry” McGee, PT, DScPT
Board Certified in Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Fellow, American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists
Dr. McGee is the Director of Education for the Johns Hopkins Hospital’s Rehabilitation Therapy Services and an Instructor in the Johns Hopkins University’s School of Medicine. Additionally, he serves as the Director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and George Washington University Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency. Dr. McGee graduated from Sacred Heart University with his Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy in 2000, and received his Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland, School of Medicine’s Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science in 2009. He is a board-certified clinical specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy, and a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapist. Dr. McGee’s clinical practice is focused on persistent pain related to the spine.