Schedule

March 3, 2018  [35321 SE Dodge Park Blvd. – Gresham, OR]
Lower Extremities  – 6 CEU’s

 

March 10-11, 2018   [Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, UK]
Management of Disc Herniation’s and Soft Tissue Conditions – 14 CEU’s

 

April 28-29, 2018  [Ford Community Center- Dearborn, MI]
Upper and Lower Extremities  – 12 CEU’s

 

June 2-3, 2018  [Bellaire Community Center- Tampa, FL]
Upper and Lower Extremities  – 12 CEU’s

 

August 4-5, 2018  [Ford Community Center-Dearborn, MI]
Upper and Lower Extremities  – 12 CEU’s

 

September 8-9, 2018  [Bellaire Community Center- Tampa, FL]
Upper and Lower Extremities  – 12 CEU’s


What to expect from these seminars:

Come to these seminars ready to elevate your soft tissue diagnostic skills to new levels. Gain deeper insight into evaluating the effectiveness of corrective techniques to discover which ones are most efficient for you and your patients. Differential diagnosis of your toughest cases including tortipelvis, torticollis, disc problems, etc. will be addressed. We will practice utilizing outcome-based functional assessments for dynamic joint motion and Dr. Turnbull’s Eccentric Break Testing [EBT] protocols.
Participants will also engage in rehabilitation protocols for improved joint mobility and flexibility.
This will be a fun, interactive learning experience for all. These seminars are 80% hands-on practical training.

What these seminars are not:

‘Idealistic one technique is all you need’, ‘meta-physical psycho-spiritual meditations’, ‘hours of regurgitating research minutia’. These seminars are… solid science and 80% hands-on practice in an open-minded learning environment.


Diagnostic quiz:

Which muscle attaches directly to the lumbar disc?

How do you evaluate and correct muscles that can’t be palpated directly?
Why is the major cause of low back pain not corrected by osseous adjusting?

How do you adjust an anterior C3 vertebra?

Why does a muscle shake when it contracts?

Patient A has low back pain that is worse when rising from a chair and lasts for several steps. What muscle is the primary factor?
Patient B has low back pain that is worse when rising from a chair but is significantly diminished when fully erect. Which muscle is the primary problem?

 

Learn how to change dysfunctional muscles from this dynamometer reading…
dysfunctionalmuscle

into healthy functional muscles like this… instantly!
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Myotonic Facilitation Technique

Course Outline:

Hour 1  – Basic Sciences

Introduce principles of soft tissue diagnosis and treatment.

Review skeletal muscle anatomy and physiology.

Discuss neurophysiology of musculoskeletal conditions.

Explore ways to restore musculoskeletal homeostasis.

Integrate neural engrams to correct neuromuscular dysfunction.

Hour 2  –  Examination/Diagnosis

Introduce outcome-based evaluation tools for musculoskeletal diagnosis.

Identify postural distortions and mobility challenges.

Demonstrate palpation skills for various soft tissues.

Grade muscle tonicity and tenderness.

Assess functional strength using eccentric break muscle testing.

Hour 3 – Examination/Diagnosis

Identify anatomical structures of the [spinal/extremity region].

Review common conditions associated with the [spinal/extremity region].

Assess static and dynamic [spinal/extremity region] ranges of motion.

Demonstrate manual muscle testing to find [spinal/extremity region] dysfunctions.

Hour 4 –  Technique

Demonstrate manual methods to reduce[spinal/extremity region] dysfunction.

Practicum

Hour 5 – Examination/Diagnosis

Identify anatomical structures of the [spinal/extremity region].

Review common conditions associated with the [spinal/extremity region].

Assess static and dynamic [spinal/extremity region] ranges of motion.

Demonstrate manual muscle testing to find [spinal/extremity region] dysfunctions.

Hour 6 – Technique

Demonstrate manual methods to correct of [spinal/extremity region] dysfunction.

Practicum