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Rehabilitation

By Craig Liebenson, DC

Craig Liebenson is a chiropractor, author and public speaker with an extensive list of video credits, including "The 20-Minute Gym Ball Workout" and "The Safe-Back Flexibility Workout." Dr. Liebenson has also written several books, most notably "Rehabilitation of the Spine: A Practitioner's Manual," published in 1996.

Dr. Liebenson authors a regular column in Dynamic Chiropractic and has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as Chiropractic Technique and the Journal of Myofascial Pain. Dr. Liebenson currently serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Sports Chiropractic & Rehabilitation and the Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, and is an advisory board member for the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapy.

Dr. Liebenson, who completed 225 hours in Czecheslovakia and Italy through the Prague School of Manual Medicine training program for chiropractors, graduated from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1986 and practices in Los Angeles, California.

Previous Articles

A Key Link in the Locomotor System: The Upper-Thoracic Spine
     June 17, 2011 (Vol. 29, Issue 13)
The Role of Reassessment: The Clinical Audit Process
     July 1, 2010 (Vol. 28, Issue 14)
Building Speed and Agility
     June 3, 2009 (Vol. 27, Issue 12)
Marketing a Spine Practice
     September 23, 2008 (Vol. 26, Issue 20)
The Importance of Functional Fitness
     February 26, 2008 (Vol. 26, Issue 05)
Lateral Hip-Pelvic Instability and Knee Problems
     December 17, 2007 (Vol. 25, Issue 26)
Core Training: The Importance of the Diaphragm
     August 13, 2007 (Vol. 25, Issue 17)
What Is Evidence-Based Rehabilitation?
     June 4, 2007 (Vol. 25, Issue 12)
The Clinical Audit Process and Functional Reactivation
     April 9, 2007 (Vol. 25, Issue 08)
Does Chiropractic Practice Have a Future?
     August 15, 2006 (Vol. 24, Issue 17)
The Neurodevelopmental Basis for Spine Stability
     February 13, 2006 (Vol. 24, Issue 04)
How to Develop and Progress a Patient Self-Management Program
     August 14, 2005 (Vol. 23, Issue 17)
Are You Turned Off by Evidence-Based Care?
     February 12, 2005 (Vol. 23, Issue 04)
Clinical Challenges in Functional Reactivation
     July 14, 2003 (Vol. 21, Issue 15)
Vleeming's Active SLR Test as a Screen for Lumbopelvic Dysfunction
     February 24, 2003 (Vol. 21, Issue 05)
In Memory of Professor Vladimir Janda (1928-2002)
     January 27, 2003 (Vol. 21, Issue 03)
A Moment of Silence for Vladimir Janda, Dr.Sc., MD
     January 14, 2003 (Vol. 21, Issue 02)
What to Do about "Yellow Flags"
     November 30, 2002 (Vol. 20, Issue 25)
Determining What Exercise to Prescribe
     November 4, 2002 (Vol. 20, Issue 23)
Are We Restoring Function?
     August 16, 2002 (Vol. 20, Issue 17)
Functional Reactivation: "Patient-Centered Care"
     February 25, 2002 (Vol. 20, Issue 05)
The Modern Report of Findings: The Role of Reactivation
     December 1, 2001 (Vol. 19, Issue 25)
Sensory-Motor Training, Part II
     June 18, 2001 (Vol. 19, Issue 13)
Sensory-Motor Training, Part I
     April 23, 2001 (Vol. 19, Issue 09)
Hinges of Practice: How to Shift Paradigms
     March 26, 2001 (Vol. 19, Issue 07)
The State of the Art: "Evidence-Based Care" - Part IV
The Tools of the Trade for Chiropractic Active Care Specialists
     January 1, 2001 (Vol. 19, Issue 01)
Rehab RAC 'n' Roll
     October 16, 2000 (Vol. 18, Issue 22)
The State of the Art:"Evidence-Based Care"
     October 2, 2000 (Vol. 18, Issue 21)
Documentation of Physical Capacity: It's Purpose in Rehabilitation
     April 3, 2000 (Vol. 18, Issue 08)
Recovery from Low Back Injury: The Key Role of Rehabilitation
     November 15, 1999 (Vol. 17, Issue 24)
How Can Rehabilitation Help You Get New Patients and Keep Them?
     October 18, 1999 (Vol. 17, Issue 22)
Recent Questions on Stabilization Training and Evidence-Based Care
     September 20, 1999 (Vol. 17, Issue 20)
Identification and Treatment of Muscular Chains
     August 23, 1999 (Vol. 17, Issue 18)
Muscular Imbalance: An Update
     July 26, 1999 (Vol. 17, Issue 16)
The Report of Findings from a Biopsychosocial Context
     June 28, 1999 (Vol. 17, Issue 14)
The Rehabilitation Model Embraces a Revolution
The Biopsychosocial Model
     May 3, 1999 (Vol. 17, Issue 10)
The Back Pain Revolution, Part IV: A Practical Approach
     March 8, 1999 (Vol. 17, Issue 06)
The Back Pain Revolution, Part Three: Treatment
     February 8, 1999 (Vol. 17, Issue 04)
The Back Pain Revolution, Part II: Evaluation
     January 12, 1999 (Vol. 17, Issue 02)
Safe-Back Workouts, Part II: Troubleshooting
     November 16, 1998 (Vol. 16, Issue 24)
Where Are Back Pain Dollars Headed: Do You Want to Know?
     October 5, 1998 (Vol. 16, Issue 21)
Safe Back Workouts, Part One: How to Progress Patients with Exercises
     September 21, 1998 (Vol. 16, Issue 20)
Sacroiliac Dysfunction and Lumbopelvic Instability
     August 24, 1998 (Vol. 16, Issue 18)
Clinical Trial of Spinal Stabilization Training
     May 4, 1998 (Vol. 16, Issue 10)
The Challenge of Teaching Rehabilitation to Chiropractors
     April 20, 1998 (Vol. 16, Issue 09)
Functional Anatomy and Respiration
     March 9, 1998 (Vol. 16, Issue 06)
Functional Anatomy: Rehabilitation Implications
     February 9, 1998 (Vol. 16, Issue 04)
Rehabilitation: Is it for Acute Pain?
     January 12, 1998 (Vol. 16, Issue 02)
Spinal Instability and Pain: Is There a Connection?
     December 29, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 26)
Chiropractic Rehabilitation Around the World
     November 17, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 24)
Brugger's "Sterno-Symphyseal" Syndrome
     October 20, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 22)
Janet Travell, MD -- Reflections
     September 22, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 20)
A Changing Paradigm
     August 25, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 18)
Can I Defend My Care in Testimony, Deposition, or Insurance Appeal?
     August 11, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 17)
The Role of Manipulation in Rehabilitation
     July 28, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 16)
Is Managed Care Our Enemy?
     May 31, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 12)
Principles of Rehabilitation
There Are Both Peripheral and Central Reactions to Pain
     May 5, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 10)
Simple and Inexpensive Active Care in Your Office
The Spinal Stabilization System
     April 7, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 08)
Faulty Respiration: An Often Overlooked Cause of Pain
     March 10, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 06)
Faulty Movement Patterns as a Cause of Articular Dysfunction
     February 10, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 04)
Do You Want to Know How to Defend Appropriate Charges?
     January 14, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 02)
Rehabilitation of Lower Extremity Disorders
     January 1, 1997 (Vol. 15, Issue 01)
The Czech School of Manual Medicine: Studying with Lewit and Janda
     November 18, 1996 (Vol. 14, Issue 24)
Indications for Motor Control/Stabilization Exercises
     October 21, 1996 (Vol. 14, Issue 22)
Creating a Healthy Work Environment: Ergonomic Advice for Our Patients
     September 23, 1996 (Vol. 14, Issue 20)
The Delphi Process and Chiropractic Rehabilitation
     September 1, 1996 (Vol. 14, Issue 18)
What Is Chiropractic Rehabilitation?
     August 15, 1996 (Vol. 14, Issue 17)
What Is Chiropractic Rehabilitation?
     July 29, 1996 (Vol. 14, Issue 16)
The Continuum of Care from Passive to Active Care
     June 3, 1996 (Vol. 14, Issue 12)
The C2/C3 Joint and Neck Pain
     February 12, 1996 (Vol. 14, Issue 04)
Pain, Activity Limitation, and Dysfunction: How Rehabilitation Can Help
     January 15, 1996 (Vol. 14, Issue 02)
Assessment and Treatment of Functional Pathology of the Motor System
     November 20, 1995 (Vol. 13, Issue 24)
The Chiropractic Rehabilitation Specialist and Quality Care
     August 15, 1995 (Vol. 13, Issue 17)
Propriosensory Methods for Pelvic Stabilization
     July 17, 1995 (Vol. 13, Issue 15)
How to Make Exercise Fun for Your Patients
     June 19, 1995 (Vol. 13, Issue 13)
Headache in the Whiplash Patient
     May 22, 1995 (Vol. 13, Issue 11)
Rehabilitation: the New Paradigm
     March 27, 1995 (Vol. 13, Issue 07)
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