NOI - Mobilisation of the Nervous System

Date: 11-12 November 2017

Presented By: Tim Beames, MSc. BSc MCSP, UK

Early bird discounts available

Early bird ends 16 October 2017

 

Mobilisation of the Nervous System

Registration is open to registered medical practitioners, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, osteopaths, chiropractors and podiatrists.

This popular lecture and practical course developed by David Butler and the Neuro Orthopaedic Institute provides a comprehensive introduction to the diagnosis and management of the physical dysfunction of the nervous system.

Using cutting edge pain sciences to provide a clinically relevant understanding of the physical health issues of the entire nervous system. This course considers the molecular and homuncular targets of therapy, integrating this knowledge using a clinical reasoning framework and advanced manual assessment and management options. Skilled reasoning is evidence based medicine at its best.

Neurodynamics is a new science. This course offers a fresh understanding and management strategies for common syndromes such as plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, nerve root disorders, carpal tunnel syndromes and spinal pain. Innovative management tools involve conservative decompression of nerves, various neural mobilising techniques and the new patient education techniques which emerge from neurodynamics and pain sciences.

All NOI courses include patient education as an evidence-based treatment tool, and are supported by quality workbooks, graphics and post course web involvement.

Pre-course reading (optional)

The course is based on the text Sensitive Nervous System by David Butler

Available from NOI UK, call 01904 737919, or on www.amazon.co.uk.

 
Schedule
 

Day   1  8.30 – 5.00

Day   2  9.00 – 4.30

Registration   8.30 to 9.00am

 

A Neuro Orthopaedic approach

Zings and zaps from nerves

Pain update

Central pain mechanisms

Palpatation   of nerves (P)

Upper Limb Neurodynamic tests (P)

Neurodynamics Straight Leg Raise and derivatives P

Immune, endocrine, motor, autonomic response systems

Slump Test and derivatives (P)

Analysis of tests

Femoral Nerve Test and derivatives (P)

Precautions and contraindications ‘Jazzy’ technique session (P)

Issues in the tissues

Management guidelines via patient   examples

P   = Practical

 *Program   may be subject to slight changes

14 CPD Hours

Registration: Saturday 08:45

Saturday: 09:00—17:00

Sunday: 09:00-17:00

Lunch and refreshments 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.

For any CPD seminar enquires please contact the CPD Administrator: Mrs Carleen Coombes cpd@aecc.ac.uk 44 (0)1202 436 237

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Seminar Fees
Seminar Fees £369.00 £295.00

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