NASS released the highly-anticipated Evidence-Based Clinical Guidelines for Multidisciplinary Spine Care: Diagnosis and Treatment of Low Back Pain
in January 2020. This comprehensive guideline was developed by multidisciplinary work groups, including representation from 11 different societies. It provides over 100 recommendation statements addressing 82 clinical questions related to the diagnosis and treatment of non-specific low back pain.
Since its release, thousands of individuals have accessed NASS Clinical Guidelines
, where the Low Back Pain Guideline and its associated documents can be downloaded for free.
Now, NASS members and nonmembers can enhance their understanding of this guideline while earning 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
™ by completing the online course, “Diagnosis and Treatment of Low Back Pain: A Review of Recommendations.” In this OnDemand course, the Clinical Practice Guideline Committee Co-Chairs and Low Back Pain Guideline Section Chairs discuss the development process for the guideline and review the key recommendations within each section. This provides a unique opportunity to concisely review and test your knowledge of all of the recommendations included in a robust resource that otherwise may be difficult to review in one sitting.
NASS members will receive a discounted rate.