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Lumbar Stenosis

Course Date

Start: 1st January 2021
End: 31st December 2020


Course Location

Parker University
2540 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas, TX, United States of America

75229


Course Description

The attendee will be able to understand the multifactorial mechanisms which contribute to creating a central canal spinal stenosis. This course will uncover the subjective presentation, physical findings, and appearance on MRI of a patient with lumbar central canal stenosis. After completing this course of instruction, the attendee will understand the nuances of lumbar central canal stenosis and should feel confident in identifying and offering conservative care to patients with this malady.  This course will attempt to present the most up-to-date research regarding lumbar stenosis.

Speaker: William Morgan

General Topics to be Covered with this Course of Instruction:
1. Identify the signs and symptoms of lumbar stenosis
2. Identify the contributing factors which result in central canal lumbar stenosis
3. Discern three most common spinal central canal shapes
4. Understand the effects of central canal stenosis on the vasculature within the canal
5. Identify and manage lumbar stenosis patients

 

For further details on the seminar; how to register; and how to collect CPD hours/ credits, please see https://360parker.com/courses/lumbar-central-canal-stenosis/


Website

https://360parker.com/courses/lumbar-central-canal-stenosis/


Course Credits

1


Course Contact Name

William Smith


Course Contact Email

wsmith@parker.edu


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