Lumbar Joint MobilizationCourse Content
Introduction: 3 Components of Communication Lecture Inter-segmental Static Joint Play and Palpation / Osteopathic Diagnosis Lumbar Diagnosis: Posterior Facet Irritation Test Lumbar Diagnosis on TVP, Posterior to Anterior Lumbar Diagnosis: Skin Roll Lumbar Mobility Testing Lumbar Mobility Testing: Extension Lumbar Mobility Testing: Rotation Lumbar Mobility Testing: Lateral Flexion Clinical Skills Prone Thermogenic Oscillatory Technique for warming up the Lumbar Spine (can also be done on thoracic spine and sacrum) Prone Thermogenic Double handed global technique for warming up the lumbar spine; hands on spinous processes (can also be done on thoracic spine and sacrum) Prone Thermogenic Double handed global technique for warming up the lumbar spine; hands on contralateral TVPs (can also be done on thoracic spine and sacrum) Lecture5 Catwalk Lecture6 Cupping Lecture7 Double Edge Lecture8 PelvisPull Lecture9 Leg Lift Lecture10 Traction Lecture11 RockingOnSameVertebra Lecture11.5 Rocking Alternating Vertebra Lecture12 CrossHand Lecture13 Traction Double Leg Lift Lecture14 Lateral Flexion Lecture15 Lumbar Seated Rotational Lecture16 Seated Extension Lecture17 Lateral Recumbent Lecture18 Lateral Recumbent Knee Assist Lecture19 Lateral Recumbent Spinous Process Lecture20 Lateral Recumbent Spinous Process Knee Assist Lecture21 Lateral Recumbent Pulland Push Lecture22 Lateral Recumbent Pulland Push Knee Assist
Lecture16 Seated Extension
Seated Lumbar Extension osteoarticular Joint Mobilization with contact on Spinous Process with the upper part of the palm, and hand below patient's both elbows. This is a bilateral technique and can be performed on either side of the patient.