There's a lot to learn.

But we're here to make sure you're covered. Check out the list of topics covered in this two hour course:

  • SYMPTOMATIC VS ASYMPTOMATIC PATHOLOGICAL DISCS

  • A Proposed Structural Theory of (Most) LBP

  • INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES AND DISC PAIN

  • EPIGENETICS-3 WAYS TO GENE EXPRESSION

  • AND SO MUCH MORE...

EPIGENETICS

Defined:

“The study of changes in organisms caused by modification of gene expression rather than alteration of the genetic code itself.”

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Download Your Notes

    • Epigenetics of Low Back Pain - Note Package

  • 2

    Part 1

    • Epigenetics 1 of 5

  • 3

    Part 2

    • Epigenetics 2 of 5

  • 4

    Part 3

    • Epigenetics 3 of 5

  • 5

    Part 4

    • Epigenetics 4 of 5

  • 6

    Part 5

    • Epigenetics 5 of 5

  • 7

    Confirm that you learned!

    • Epigenetics & Inflammation Quiz.

Instructor: Dr Phillip Snell, DC

World Class Educator

A cum laude graduate of Western States Chiropractic College (now University of Western States) in Portland, Dr. Snell has obtained extensive post-graduate training in the diagnosis, treatment, and case management of automobile-related spine trauma. His practice is focused on sports medicine, using functional assessment and rehab prescription, and is supported by cutting-edge myofascial techniques like Dermal Traction Method, Graston Technique and Stecco Fascial Manipulation. He has also served as adjunct faculty at the University of Western States in their manual therapy department and Sports Medicine Masters degree program.

Dr. Snell keeps up to date with emerging scientific literature to improve his clinical practice, a process known as evidence-based practice. He travels extensively, teaching these methods to other doctors—and continues to add to his own toolbox as he, in turn, learns from the best researchers and teachers in the world. Using a biomechanics mindset, he enjoys the detective work that seeks to resolve stubborn, painful conditions. He then directs his attention to teaching patients how to use corrective exercises to manage their own conditions. His focus on finding the key movement patterns that require correction led him to launch MyRehabExercise.com in 2011. Health care professionals around the world use this website to help teach their own patients functional rehab methods.

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