Lower Back Pain & the Butcher's Delight

Posted on Sep 22, 2020

Join us tonight for Dr. Michael Hall's presentation of "Neurology 354: Lower Back Pain & the Butchers Delight"


09/22/2020 7-9 PM CT

Topic: Neurology 354: Lower Back Pain & the Butcher’s Delight

Credit Hours: 2

Instructor: Michael Hall, DC, FIACN


Course Description: In today’s ever bustling world our patients are inundated with exercise classes and programs. Inside, outside, group, single, bodyweight, non-bodyweight, high intensity, low intensity and so on. Yet with all of our technological advances, various methodologies, and internet brilliance episodic back pain is no more reduced or minimized. This course will advance our understanding of coronal plane activities and metrics to assess progress.


Course Outline:

Overview of the low back




What exactly is “fatty infiltration”

Hilton’s Law

Physiology of “infiltration”

Receptor physiology of the lumbar spine

Lumbar facets

MS and GTOs



Plane of movement


The Butcher’s Delight


Learning Objectives:

Review an anatomical overview of the low back.

Discuss movement strategies for clinical practice.

Summarize receptor physiology of the lumbar spine.

Outline “fatty infiltration.”


Follow the link to view more information about tonight's real time live webinar and for how to enroll.


<< Back