The World of Hurt: A Guide to Classifying Pain Overview course is a course highly recommended for clinicians to take first in the World of Hurt training courses because it literally covers all six mechanisms to why we hurt. Setting the stage to when anatomical versus pathology versus mechanism classification systems should be considered. This course above the rest touches on all the pain mechanisms consolidating the information for clinical practice Monday morning.
Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction can contribute to a multitude of musculoskeletal complaints such as Headaches, earaches, and neck pain. Manual therapists are in a unique position to help patients with these complaints. This course will outline the necessary assessments, exams, treatment, and pertinent referrals for these patients. This unique course will combine two perspectives, Chiropractic and Dentistry, for an integrative approach to managing patient's with TMJ Dysfunction.
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Golf course will provide participants with an in depth look at the biomechanics of the golf swing. Along with specific assessments, treatments, and patient management for the golf population utilizing DNS principles.
All courses on neurodynamics are based on Michael Shacklock's international best seller physical therapy text book, Clinical Neurodynamics, Elsevier, Oxford, 2005. They also internationally standardized and transferable to other countries.
This two day course will consist of both lecture and hands on learning, including a brief physiological review of, and functional medicine perspective on, the integumentary, digestive, immune and endocrine systems, and their role in chronic disease. Participants will learn how to recognize and assess dysfunction within these systems via advanced physical exam techniques, psychosomatic assessment and affective cues from his/her patient. Participants will learn primary underlying causes of these visible and subjective manifestations of disease, as well as key nutritional and psychological strategies to clinically manage and empower patients to individually manage the condition in his/her daily life.
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) C Course is intended to gather a greater understanding of the management of shoulder, hip, scoliosis, and pelvic floor conditions.