- Dr. Barry Triestman D.C.
I just took McGill 1 – Building the Ultimate Back: From rehabilitation to high performance and it wa
I learned the most recent advancements in function of the lumbar spine how to fix it ,how it works and how it becomes injured,. This was a comprehensive course where we worked on the causes of how we get back injuries, how to teach muscular engagement to help stabilize the body with an emphasis on the spine. How to better prescribe the best exercises for one person very specifically. How to progress through a program were the dosage is adjusted on a regular basis. To get long term results
Dr Mcgill has taken care of the many people. Some of them fly in to see him and some have him flown in to them. He ran the biomechanics lab at the university of waterloo and has authored over 600 papers on fixing back pain. He has written 5 books on back pain. Including The Back Mechanic: The Step-by-step McGill Method to fix back pain. Being the the most applicable to the general public. Low Back Disorders: Evidence-Based Prevention and Rehabilitation(3rd Edition) is being the one aimed at health professionals and the Ultimate Back Fitness and Performance (6th Edition-2017) aimed at Strength coaches. When can all learn from each of these books. I have read all 3.