Case Based Approach to Soft Tissue Injury

Tuition: $79
Hours: 4


Course Description

This four-hour distance based course will provide health care providers with current information concerning active care approaches to low back pain. Topics covered will include the epidemiology, basic science, pathophysiology, active and passive treatment approaches to soft tissue injuries. The learner’s participation (time) is actively tracked and logged.

Textbook Disclosure
No textbooks required. Computer and Internet service required for completion of this course. Funding sources and potential conflicts of interest statement: No funds were received, underwritten or subsidized by any vendors of any goods including supplies or services for this course.

Four hours of online education will be logged and tracked.  Activities will include reading assignments, viewing of multimedia presentations, discussion via internet post or forum, and an online learning assessment via written examination.



  1. New developments in the classification of muscle injury
  2. Current Concepts in Tendinopathy
  3. Soft Tissue Healing and Mechanotransduction
  4. Manual therapy and exercise interventions for soft tissue pathology/ new developments in soft tissue treatment


In this course the learner will:

  1. Remember a new classification system for muscle injury.
  2. Consider the key risk factors for hamstring injury.
  3. Study the pathomechanics of hamstring strain.
  4. Survey rehabilitation techniques used in return to play after athletic hamstring injury
  5. Review the terminology of tendinopathy
  6. Consider current best practices in treatment of tendinopathy
  7. Review the stages of soft tissue healing
  8. Become acquainted with mechanotransduction and its role in soft tissue care
  9. Understand the concepts of periodization and exercise/load selection in therapeutic exercise
  10. Survey manual therapy approaches to soft tissue injury
  11. Become familiar with new concepts in therapeutic approaches to soft tissue injury.


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