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Dynamic Stability Exercise - Stability Ball Fundamentals

Course Description

 Primary care physicians report that 97% of all low back pain (LBP) is mechanical in origin and up to 89% will continue to experience recurrent episodes over a 10 year period.

Lumbar Segmental Instability has been identified as a predominant contributing factor in recurrent chronic LBP and dysfunction. Healthy functioning of the Stability Subsystems plays a crucial role in segmental stability.

This course will explore the Stability Subsystems and various rehabilitative exercises that help one regain or improve segmental stability. The fundamentals of Stability Ball Exercise will be covered in depth, including; selecting the correct size ball, benefits, safety and precautions.

Course material list:

  • a 3500 word course manual with images to illustrate key points

  • video clips to guide you through 7 rehabilitative and preventative exercises performed on the stability ball

As back pain is a familiar occupational hazard amongst massage therapists, what is provided in this course can be a useful self-help tool for the care provider!

This course augments the Core Stabilization and Multifidus courses.


Continuing Education Credits/Units: This course should take you 2 hours to complete. It has been assigned the following values:


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1 Category A CEU 1 PD CEC 1 Category A CEU 1 CEU
2 Primary CEC 2 Primary CEC 1 CEU 2 Primary CEC
2 Credit Hours with NCBTMB



Photograph of Cathy RyanCatherine Ryan RMT is a clinician, educator and writer with a strong interest in patient-centered care, evidence informed practices, and life-long learning. Over her diverse, 25+ year, career she has been engaged in the profession in a variety of clinical, educational and leadership capacities. As an educator and writer Cathy is most known for her keen interest in fascia and research translation. She has contributed extensively to industry publications and recently co-authored her 1st book; Traumatic Scar Tissue Management – Massage Therapy Principles, Practice and Protocols (Handspring 2016). Cathy can be reached at:



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