Guidelines for Manual Techniques - Chiropractic Doctor

Guidelines for Manual Techniques 107
Revealing pitfalls and precautions hidden in the respiratory, endocrine, reproductive and urinary systems system conditions and their medications

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  • Outline and explain conditions in the respiratory, endocrine, reproductive and urinary systems, specifically the specific contraindications to manual therapy
  • Differentiate the clinical differences between the common cold, the flu, and acute bronchitis, and detail the different approaches for manual therapy needed for each
  • Compare asthma, allergies, pneumonia and tuberculosis, and discuss the specific manual therapy needs and precautions for these conditions
  • Explain pulmonary embolisms, with specific focus on the threat from manual therapies, as well as appropriate contraindications and proactive actions for the manual therapist
  • Detail the differences in respiratory medications, including which are likely to produce headaches, dizziness and/or postural hypotension, including specific action steps for the manual therapist
  • Describe in clear, concise terms the medical terminology and differences in various reproductive system conditions, including PID, PCOS, fibroids, and BPH, including the exactly what concerns the practicing manual therapist must be alert to
  • Explain how diabetes and the medications used to treat the disease make this one of the most complex conditions for the manual therapist
  • Outline the various types of medication used to treat the endocrine and reproductive systems and detail the specific manual therapy precautions necessary in each
  • Differentiate the clinical differences between GERD, PUD, and IBD as well as the medications used to treat them, focusing on the different precautions and contraindications for manual therapy needed for each
  • Discuss the urinary system conditions from kidney stones to ESRD, as well as the pharmaceutical interventions for these conditions, with specific attention given to the boundaries and precautions the manual therapist needs to be versed in

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Guidelines for Manual Techniques 106
Revealing pitfalls and precautions hidden in nervous system conditions and their medication

2.0

  • Describe in clear, concise terms the medical terminology and differences in the various types of headaches, and the significance to the practicing manual therapist
  • Differentiate the clinical differences in eight classifications of depression, including SAD, PMDD, Bipolar, Atypical, etc.), and the different approaches for manual therapy needed for each
  • Compare two cranial nerve conditions significant to the practicing therapist (Trigeminal Neuralgia and Bell's Palsy), and discuss the specific manual therapy needs and precautions for these conditions
  • Differentiate the clinical differences between spinal cord injuries and CNS conditions including TBI, AD and MID, and the different approaches for manual therapy needed for each
  • Discuss the clinical concerns for manual therapies peripheral neuropathy and reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome (CRPS), and outline a systematic approach to determine appropriate treatment plans
  • Explain the various types of medication used for depression, (including TCAs, MAO inhibitors, SSRI's, etc), and detail which require precautions for heat therapies and/or stretching techniques
  • Detail the differences in anti-Parkinson's medications, and clarify the side effects of each that are significant to the manual therapist
  • Outline the pharmaceutical classes that are commonly used to treat glaucoma, with special emphasis on significant side effects and contraindications for manual therapies

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Guidelines for Manual Techniques 105
Revealing pitfalls and precautions hidden in lymph, immune and integumentary system conditions and their medications

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  • Differentiate the clinical differences between edema, lymphedema, lymphadenitis and lymphangitis, and the different approaches for manual therapy needed for each
  • Compare Fibromyalgia Syndrome with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and discuss the specific manual therapy needs and precautions for these conditions
  • Explain the various types of medication used for HIV/AIDS, and detail which require precautions or are contraindicated for manual therapies
  • Explain Standard/Universal Precautions and discuss the appropriate actions for the manual therapist
  • Describe in clear, concise terms the medical terminology and differences in various skin infections, including bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infections, and the significance to the practicing manual therapist
  • Explain the different types of skin traumas, from abrasions to the different stages of burns, together with short and long-term clinical expectations for the manual therapist
  • Differentiate the various types of benign and malignant skin lesions, including the ABCDs for malignant melanoma
  • Detail the differences in anti-infection medications, including the many types of antibiotics, and clarify the side effects of each that are significant to the manual therapist

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Guidelines for Manual Techniques 104
Revealing pitfalls and precautions hidden in cardiovascular conditions and their medications

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  • Differentiate the clinical differences between various types of blood coagulation disorders, and the different approaches for manual therapy needed for each
  • Describe in clear, concise terms the differences in various heart diseases, including endocarditis, pericarditis, CHF, LVH, etc., and the significance to the practicing manual therapist
  • Explain the various types of blood pressure medications and detail which require limiting or avoiding the prone position to avoid complications
  • Define which cardiovascular medications would increase the likelihood of client dizziness or blackout due to postural hypotension, and clarify the technique alterations necessary.
  • Outline 15 pharmaceutical classes that are used to treat cardiovascular conditions, including spotlights on significant side effects and all contraindications for manual therapies

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Guidelines for Manual Techniques 103
Revealing pitfalls and precautions hidden in the musculoskeletal conditions and their medications

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  • Define newer musculoskeletal conditions and diagnostic terminology, including M.T.S.S, T.O.S., C.T.S., P.F.S, etc.
  • Differentiate the clinical differences between various types of arthritic conditions, and the different approaches for manual therapy needed for each
  • Describe in clear, concise terms the skeletal conditions significant to the practicing manual therapist
  • Explain the various types of fractures and discuss the appropriate action while casted and immediately after cast removal
  • Define which musculoskeletal conditions would contraindicate stretching techniques, and clarify the technique intensity appropriate for each
  • Discuss the clinical concerns for manual therapies for musculoskeletal-based autoimmune conditions and outline a systematic approach to determine appropriate treatment plans
  • Explain the "wasting diseases" in the musculoskeletal system together with short and long-term clinical expectations for the therapist
  • Outline the pharmaceutical classes that are commonly used to treat musculoskeletal conditions, including spotlights on significant side effects and all contraindications for manual therapies

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Guidelines for Manual Techniques 102
Differentiating between benign and malignant tumors and the real vs perceived contraindications that pharmaceuticals have regarding manual therapies

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  • Explain in concise terms the two kinds of neoplasms, the causes of cancer, and how tumors are named
  • Differentiate the clinical differences between benign and malignant tumors, and the different approaches for manual therapy needed for each
  • Compare and contrast the different methods for cancer staging and grading.
  • Discuss the clinical concerns for manual therapies and outline a systematic approach to determine appropriate treatment plans
  • Discover the pharmaceutical precautions for manual therapists, including those that may damage the therapist's own skin

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Guidelines for Manual Techniques 101 - 107
Course Group includes all Guidelines for Manual Techniques Courses numbered 101 thru 107

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  • This includes all content from Guidelines for Manual Techniques 101 through 107. Please see educational objectives for those courses

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Guidelines for Manual Techniques 101
Revealing the interaction of natural healing with pharmaceutical pain intervention and the resultant effectiveness of manual therapies

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  • Explain the three phases of healing for non-cancerous tissue, and examine the physiology of heat and ice therapies
  • Outline the differences in tissue type and healing times between strains and sprains
  • Contrast the differences between NSAIDS and corticosteroids, including their side-effects and lasting effects on the body
  • Discuss the side effects and precautions pertinent to manual therapists for analgesic and anti-inflammatory medications
  • Classify the pharmaceuticals that act on the central nervous system to control pain, inflammation, circulation, and the immune response, defining specific precautions pertinent to the profession

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