For Clinicians

Clinical Courses.

Hands-on sessions with a focus on clinical techniques to enhance patient outcomes.
Edward Cambridge Teaching Course

Most Recent Developments on Lumbar Spine Function.

How the lumbar spine works, how it becomes injured and how this is linked to pain sensitivity.


Designed to develop an evidence-based foundation for clinical decision making.

Practice and Technique Development.

Practical workshops throughout the day to hone your skills and learn new techniques.

Upcoming Lectures

 Florida, USA. Keynote Lecture. American Dentistry Association April 2018.

Upcoming Courses

 BC Chiropractic Convention, Kelowna, BC, CAN - November 5th, 2017 - (Working Title) From Injury Mechanisms to Treatment - What we can learn from biomechanics: A Short Course on Disc Injury

 Trois Rivieres, QC, CAN - April 7th, 2018 - McGill 2: "Converging on a Precise Diagnosis: The Three Hour Back Assessment"

 AECC, England, UK - April 28th-29th, 2018 - McGill 1: "Building the Ultimate Back: From Rehabilitation to Performance"

 Argentina - August 10th-11th, 2018 - McGill 1: "Building the Ultimate Back: From Rehabilitation to Performance"

 Argentina - August 12th, 2018 - McGill 2: "Converging on a Precise Diagnosis: The Three Hour Back Assessment"

Clinical Resources

Recommended tools for your clinical practice.
Low Back Disorders Book

Low Back Disorders.Evidence-Based Prevention and Rehabilitation.

Get the latest information on evidence-based prevention and rehabilitation approaches and learn how to apply the principles in industry, sport and everyday settings.

Ultimate Back Fitness and Performance Book

Ultimate Back Fitness and Performance.Back exercise - what helps, what hurts, and why.

The evidence base to design and prescribe the most appropriate exercise programs for the back. Professor McGill's unique approach is based upon years of scientific research into back function of injured people through to elite athletes.

Dynamic Disc Designs Spine Model

Dynamic Disc Designs.Spine Education Models.

Human spine models unmatched in quality and anatomical detail — touted as revolutionary for spine educators world-wide


Premier organizations for the latest in clinical techniques and practice.

Backfit Pro.

Evidence-based information and quality products that assist in preventing and rehabilitating back pain.

Dr. Stuart M. McGill is a professor of spine biomechanics at the University of Waterloo. His advice is often sought by governments, corporations, legal experts, elite athletes, and professional sports teams from around the world.

Difficult back pain cases are regularly referred to him for consultation. Any products he associates with have been tested in Dr. McGill's laboratory at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Research and Experience Delivery (RED).

Facilitating connections, conversations, and collaborations.

A social-purpose business that uses innovative ways to facilitate connections, conversations, and collaborations between academics and practitioners.

RED aims to change the culture of science through conversation and promoting the symbiotic relationship between theory and practice: theory informing practice informing theory informing practice...

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