MPI - The Disc
Date: 3-4 March 2018
Presented By: Corey Campbell, DC
Early Bird ends 29 January 2018
The disc has been a source of contention since the beginning of manual therapy. We have learned that the disc can be the pain generator in many of our patients. We also know that the disc does not need to be sitting on a nerve root to create spine related pain or extremity symptoms. With internal disc derangement, there is often a chemical component, not just a mechanical cause. The outer layers of the disc are highly innervated, so when the disc nucleus makes its way to the outer layers, pain can follow - discogenic pain. How can you sort your way through the various disc related scenarios? MPI is proud to present our Masters Series Disc course. Developing your ability to classify disc related pain, and then help the patient with specific protocols that include conservative chiropractic care and rehabilitation leads to clinical and practice success. This is not a decompression traction course. Often the disc herniation will be the symptomatic reason the patient comes to see you, but the underlying cause of the disc herniation may be found somewhere outside the area of disc insult. MPI has long prided itself on establishing the weak link in the kinetic chain through palpation and functional testing.
Student places are limited
12 CPD Hours
Registration - Saturday 08:45
Saturday - 09:30—18:30
Sunday - 09:00—13:00
A light lunch Saturday and refreshments are included
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