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NeuroFascial Integration - Chiropractic Doctor


NeuroFascial Integration 203
Chronic Stress & Chiropractic: New Approaches for Better Outcomes Module 3

4.0

$80.00 USD

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Hour 1:

  • List the relevant indications to assess using cross-crawl patterning.
  • Describe testing procedures to determine specific cross-crawl pattern issues
  • Describe testing procedures to assess for signs of sympatheticotonia.
  • Describe testing procedures to assess for signs of imbalance.

 

Hour 2:

  • Perform seated functional range of motion testing with segmental and curve analysis.
  • Perform standing functional range of motion testing with segmental and curve analysis.
  • Describe fascial considerations to modify common orthopedic tests (including straight leg raise, supine apparent arm length inequality, bilateral prone knee flexion, and soto hall).
  • List the orthopedic exam procedures specifically relevant to Fascial Kinetic Chain tension.

 

Hour 3:

  • Describe clinical considerations in terms of safety of providing care (knowing when to adjust and when NOT to adjust).
  • Define what is “primary” (including considerations of “cause” as well as “least stressful point of access” to determine what to adjust or otherwise apply therapeutic input).
  • Recognize patterns of and describe gestalt clinical interpretation for sympatheticotonia.
  • Recognize patterns of and describe gestalt clinical interpretation for adverse mechanical tension in the Fascial Kinetic Chain
  • Describe patterns of peripheral nerve interference found through synthesis of clinical history and exam procedures.

 

Hour 4:

  • Summarize the concept of an initial Therapeutic Trial of care, including reasoning behind it and how to complete this extension of initial assessment in order to customize patient care.
  • Describe considerations for technique selection (including where to start, how intensely to adjust, and how to adjust).
  • Explain reasoning behind initial frequency of care, and how/when/why to modify this frequency.
  • Describe the considerations for projecting response to care and prognosis.
  • Summarize guidelines for patient home care recommendations, including considerations for movement and rest, ergonomics, nutrition, and referrals when appropriate.

Satya Sardonicus, DC, CACCP

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NeuroFascial Integration 202
Chronic Stress & Chiropractic: New Approaches for Better Outcomes Module 2

4.0

$80.00 USD

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Hour 1:

  • Describe layered components of restrictions including updated osseous, muscular, and fascial relational anatomy.
  • Describe how to palpate muscle tension versus fascial adhesion versus fascial tension lines.
  • Differentiate between osseous restriction, muscular tension, and fascial restriction as they relate to spinal motion restriction.
  • Use palpatory findings to select technique application for adjustments that last longer by addressing mechanical root cause and encourage parasympathetic dominance at rest.

 

Hour 2:

  • Describe the difference between static misalignments and dynamic spinal restrictions (joints incapable of full range of motion).
  • Differentiate with palpation both static and dynamic spinal restrictions.
  • Describe neurological information gathered from palpation, including dysesthesia, hyperesthesia, reactive erythema, temperature differentials, and other signs.
  • Palpate the patient with chronic pain, trauma history, and/or sympatheticotonia without triggering sympathetic bracing.

 

Hour 3:

  • Describe the Oxford Grading Scale for manual muscle testing.
  • Describe interpretation of manual muscle testing findings, including differentials for clinical significance of findings other than normal.
  • Demonstrate manual muscle testing of major postural muscles.
  • Apply manual muscle testing as pre- and post-clinical intervention measures during adjustment visits and to track change during review examination.

 

Hour 4:

  • Describe the relevance of clinical history as it relates to chronic stress and trauma.
  • List specific questions to assess for sympatheticotonia.
  • List specific questions to assess for indications of head and neck trauma
  • Determine appropriate individualized examination procedures based on history answers.

Satya Sardonicus, DC, CACCP

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NeuroFascial Integration 201 - 203
Chronic Stress & Chiropractic: New Approaches for Better Outcomes

12.0

$240.00 USD

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  • This contains all courses with the educational objectives listed for NeuroFascial Integration 201 - 203

Satya Sardonicus, DC, CACCP

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NeuroFascial Integration 201
Chronic Stress & Chiropractic: New Approaches for Better Outcomes Module 1

4.0

$80.00 USD

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Hour 1:

  • Describe the tensegrity model as it relates to biomechanics from a cellular to organism level.
  • Define fascia, including anatomical lines and physical properties.
  • Describe the Dural Fascial Kinetic Chain and its relationship to Adverse Mechanical Tension (AMT) on the spine and CNS.
  • Describe the clinical relevance of biotensegrity, and how to apply these updated architectural and biomechanical principles to the delivery of chiropractic adjustments.

 

Hour 2:

  • Explain the impact of chronic stress
  • Recognize common signs and symptoms of sympatheticotonia during initial patient presentation.
  • Outline the diagnostic process for sympatheticotonia, including both testing and interpretation.
  • Summarize clinical considerations for the patient with sympatheticotonia.

 

Hour 3:

  • Recognize and describe the common signs and symptoms of imbalance during initial patient presentation.
  • Outline and demonstrate testing procedures for imbalance.
  • Describe clinical interpretation of test results for imbalance.
  • Make referral for imbalance when appropriate.

 

Hour 4:

  • Describe statistical incidence and association with head and neck trauma
  • Be able to recognize in clinical practice the common signs and symptoms of head and neck trauma
  • Outline the diagnostic process for head and neck trauma, including both testing and interpretation.
  • Summarize clinical considerations for the patient with head and neck trauma

Satya Sardonicus, DC, CACCP

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