Biomekanisk og biopsykososial tilnærming til korsryggsmerter – Sigbjørn Hjorthaug

Uspesifikke ryggsmerter kan være utfordrende å lære og håndtere på en evidensbasert og trygg måte. Sigbjørn Hjorthaug forteller om sine tanker knyttet til biopsykososial og biomekanisk tilnærming til pasienter med korsryggsmerter. 

Vi prater om musculoskeletal translation framework og typiske mønstre for mer biomekanisk betingede rygg smerter. Spalten “gråsone fleip eller fakta” er tilbake med avsløring av myter i forhold til prolaps. Til slutt får vi høre et par “aha-opplevelser” Sigbjørn har hatt med sine pasienter med korsryggsmerter. 

Vert:

Fredrik Sjøberg

Gjest:

Sigbjørn Hjorthaug

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