Disc Herniations & Soft Tissue Conditions
Date: 10-11 March 2018
Presented By: Todd Turnball, DC
Early Bird ends 5 February 2018
Management of Disc Herniations & Soft Tissue Conditions
This course gives the doctor additional tools to be confident in evaluating, documenting, correcting, and rehabilitating disc and soft tissue injuries. Easy to implement with any technique or practice style.
Musculoskeletal and disc injuries include bony and soft tissue components. This course covers the neuromuscular response to injury and provides a plan to evaluate and document neuro-muscular dysfunction. Participating doctors will receive instruction on how to accurately diagnose and restore normal muscle function using both instrument (impulse type tools and massage devices) and hands-on correction. Correction of soft tissue conditions will focus on properly stimulating proprioceptors to restore musculoskeletal function and eliminate pain. Positively stimulating the golgi tendon organs, using a tolerable force, dampens the autogenic inhibition reflex and reduces muscle tension, relieves joint stress and restores muscle power output toward normal. This course will also cover the neuro-muscular response to disc conditions and provide protocols to evaluate and document associated musculoskeletal dysfunction. Disc decompression therapies will be applied to various patient populations. Rehabilitation protocols that promote increased joint mobility and strengthen dysfunctional muscles will be demonstrated. Outcome-based assessment tools will be utilized to document patient progress.
Educational Objectives include:
• Describe neuro-muscular physiology as it relates to disc and soft tissue injuries.
• Interpret neurological tests to determine levels of disc and soft tissue involvement.
• Assess static range of motion coupled with cross-plane evaluation.
• Analyse dynamic joint motion using outcome-based assessment.
• Interpret manual muscle testing using eccentric break testing.
• Develop muscle palpation skills and grade muscle tonicity.
• Demonstrate manual methods to reduce neuromuscular dysfunction.
• Create new memory engrams to correct chronic conditions.
Monday Morning you will be able to
• Evaluate disc and soft tissue conditions with confidence
• Document your findings more accurately
• Treat conditions successfully using tools to confirm your diagnosis and treatment progress
• Have more fun helping a greater variety of conditions
14 CPD Hours
Registration - Saturday 08:45
Saturday - 09:30—17:00
Sunday - 09:00—17:00
Lunch and refreshments are included
Terms and Conditions
Course organisers reserve the right to make alterations to fees, arrangements and dates for teaching and learning sessions, including the decision to run all or parts of the course in the light of demand. In the event that the course is cancelled or re-scheduled by the course organiser, a full refund of fees will be given, but the college takes no responsibility for travel or accommodation expenses incurred by the delegate. If for any reason you are unable to attend the seminar please be aware that fees will be refunded, less a £10 administration charge, for all cancellations received at least 30 days before the event. Cancellations received after the 30 day period but 7 days prior to the seminar date will receive a 50% refund less the £10 administration charge. No refunds can be given after this time. Contractual disclaimer: The views expressed in written material and by presenters do not necessarily reflect those of the AECC, nor doesmention of trade names, organisations or professional practices imply endorsement by the AECC. The AECC acts in good faith with respect to the contents of this course information and advertisement material. The AECC does not accept liability resulting in refunds for the content and delivery of the CPD event itself, which remains at the sole discretion of the course speakers and contributors.
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