Program Tuesday November 1, 2016
|The patient and the active therapeutical approach: Balancing between biomedical and psychosocial targets
Moderator: Lieven Danneels & Andry Vleeming
|08.05||Which issues need to be identified and addressed along with movement diagnosis?
|08.25||The potential role of adherence to improving low back pain outcomes
Linda van Dillen
|08.45||Peripheral back muscles dysfunctions and central pain mechanisms: An innovative perspective on differences between
recurrent and chronic back pain
|09.05||Importance of biomedical and psychosocial factors in clinical decision making and predicting future outcomes
|09.25||Spinal exercise prescription in sport: Classifying physical training and rehabilitation by intention and outcome
|10.10||Who benefits most from individualised physiotherapy versus advice for low back disorders
|10.25||Effects of individualised directional preference management versus advice for reducible discogenic pain
|State-of-the-art in motor control: Now and the future
Moderator: Paul Hodges, Jaap van Dieën & Jacek Cholewicki
|11.05||Neuroplasticity and motor control: Latest evidence of sensorimotor system involvement in low back pain
|11.25||Biological plasticity and motor control: The impact of modified biology from muscle to the immune system
|11.45||Are neuromechanics (motor control and biomechanics) relevant for low back pain and is this individual specific?
Another view of “subgrouping”
Jaap van Dieën
|13.05||Application of motor control to clinical practice: Common concepts with different views
|13.25||What does the latest evidence tell us about the efficacy of training of motor control for low back pain?
|13.45||People with low back pain display atypical responses to brain based treatments
|14.25||Parallel Session I & II|
|16.30||Discussion and Closure|