How to Safely Strength Train Clients with Low Back Pain
Free 1-hour Webinar Presented by Dr. Michael Mash, DPT, CSCS, BRM
What You Will Learn
In this FREE Webinar, you will learn:
How to modify common strength training exercises (like the squat and deadlift) for clients with low back pain
How to have better conversations with clients about their low back MRI results
Whether or not you can and how to work with clients who have herniated/bulging discs, spinal degeneration, sciatica symptoms, and more!
How to use empowering language for clients with low back pain to promote a resiliency mindset
How to know if and when you should refer a client with low back pain to a qualified rehab professional
About Your Instructor
Dr. Michael Mash
PT, DPT, CSCS, BRM, SFMA, FMS
Hi, I'm Michael, founder of Barbell Rehab. I'm a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist.
Over 80% of people will have an episode of low back pain at some point in their life. And these folks often seek out personal training or strength coaching services after finishing physical therapy. You can be the one to take them to the next level.
There are a lot of misconceptions out there about low back pain, and I can tell you one thing for sure. Just resting and telling someone lifting is bad for them isn't the answer.
In this LIVE webinar, I will teach you how to safely work with clients who have back pain so that you can not only help them reach their strength training goals, but how to EMPOWER them to live stronger and healthier lives!
Disclaimer: This training is in no way associated with or sponsored by Facebook® or Instagram®. This is not a business opportunity. No income opportunity is being presented in this masterclass. You are registering for training to assist you in improving your ability to work with and acquire more clients in your existing business. We do no purport our business and/or us as being a "get rich scheme." There are no guarantees, promises, representations, and/or assurances concerning the level of success you may experience. This resource is not created by, affiliated with, or sponsored by Facebook® or Instagram®.