The Low Back, Part 2; w/ Dr. Stuart McGill
Dr. Stuart McGill, PhD, guests this week on Movement Fix Podcast. He has previously been on the podcast for part 1 on the low back.
Dr. McGill is a world-renowned lecturer, (recently retired) professor, author, and consultant to many olympians and world champion athletes.
In this episode we discuss:
- Spinal flexion: when is it ok and when is it not ok?
- How to appropriately progress back pain patients/clients
- Spinal bracing: should it be automatic or intentional?
- Piezoelectric effect and bone adaptation
- Individuality in rehab and performance
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