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 2010 State-of-the-art in spinal control


 


State-of-the-art in Spinal Control: A symposium of international leaders 

There are many different views about spinal control, how this changes in spinal pain, and the best options for rehabilitation. This field is evolving rapidly as are the different opinions. This symposium brings together research leaders from Europe, North America and Australia to present the latest in spinal biomechanics and neuromuscular control. The aims of the session are:

(i) to consider spinal control from different perspectives;

(ii) to consider the convergence and divergence in the field;

(iii) consider the implications for rehabilitation; and

(iv) demonstrate contemporary clinical management strategies for spinal pain.

This is an opportunity to hear from and speak with people who are driving the field internationally.      
  

USA & Canada August 2010 -
Chicago, Toronto, Montreal

**Early Bird Registration Price Extended**