Course Description

This study group will address one of the most common causes for lower back pain: A weak superficial back line. 

Many people believe that weak abdominals are the cause of lower back pain. Although this can be true, a more common cause is inhibition of the posterior chain muscles. When these muscles are inhibited, the multifidi and glutes don’t fire efficiently and the spine loses stability. 

Today we will examine the causes of lower back pain while providing concrete examples for assessment of the L5-S1 vertebra. Movement corrections based off of teaching a proper hip hinge will be taught for all the dysfunctions we find. This approach to treating lower back pain will become a foundation of your practice and staple treatment in your clinic. 

Interested in this course? You must have taken Level 1 training to be eligible for purchase. Email us at david@neurokinetictherapy.com 

The cost for this tutorial is $25.

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Jory Serota

Jory Serota is the founder of Applied Yoga® and has taught internationally since 2010. He is a pioneer in establishing the link between yoga, physical therapy, personal training and massage. With over 20 years of experience in kinesiology and various movement disciplines, Jory provides a unique and effective approach to treating the human body.Jory is also a NeuroKinetic Therapy Instructor and the co-creator of the NKT Yoga system. He has trained thousands of yoga teachers and bodyworkers and has become an influential figure in shifting the movement and therapy paradigm. He has a remarkable ability to make complex biomechanical information accessible to anyone and help transform people’s pain, dysfunction and injury.Jory worked for 6 years on the professional tennis circuit helping players recover from injury. Since then, he has traveled the world and taught both yoga and bodywork. His mission is to help people eliminate pain, optimize movement potential and support the spiritual well-being of his clients.

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