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ID 23152
  Title Lumbar Radiculopathy: Diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation [audio lecture]
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Journal DC Tracts. 2013 Winter;25(4):2-4
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Publication Type Audio Lecture
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Lecture I Outline:

I. The pathophysiology of lumbar radiculopathy
   A. Disc herniation
         1. inflammatory mechanisms
         2. compression mechanisms
   B. Spinal stenosis
         1. compression mechanisms
         2. adhesion mechanisms

II. Differential diagnosis of lumbar radiculopathy
   A. Three essential questions of diagnosis
   B. Serious or potentially life-threatening conditions that can cause low back and leg pain
   C. Pain-generating tissues
   D. Perpetuating factors

III. Generating a treatment strategy
   A. Manipulation
   B. Neural mobilization
   C. McKenzie protocols
   D. Lumbar stabilization exercise

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