Soft Tissue Conditions - Chiropractic Doctor

Soft Tissue Injuries 120
Modalities

4.0

  • Explain the structural components of soft tissue.
  • Relate impact forces to functional movements of soft tissue and the development of scar tissue and adhesions.
  • Demonstrate diagnostic evaluation of soft tissue injury.
  • Differentially diagnose types of soft tissue injury.
  • Discuss the patterns of healing of soft tissue injuries.
  • Describe the diagnostic tools in determining soft tissue injuries.
  • Relate stress responses of soft tissues to development of structural and functional changes to injured tissues and their associated regions.
  • Perform diagnostic tests and order imaging to best determine injury to soft tissue.
  • Instruct the patient on correct application of ice and wet heat for soft tissue injury.
  • Perform and explain proper stretching; passive, active and postfacilitation of soft tissues.
  • Learn which therapy machines are best suited for your practice.
  • Utilize infrared and electrical muscle stimulation in soft tissue injury.
  • Apply appropriate contraindications of electric modalities to the individual patient’s care.
  • Discern between the various EMS options for each soft tissue and injury (Interferentail current, galvanic, microcurrent, sine wave, Russian stimulation).
  • Determine the most effective type of ultrasound for treatment of particular soft tissue injuries.
  • Learn the benefits and applications of cold laser therapy.
  • Understand the variety of massage therapy protocols and their applications.
  • Discuss the benefits of each form of modality with your patient.
  • Demonstrate and discuss exercise rehabilitation and muscle strengthening.
  • Apply a combination of modalities for specific conditions of the upper and lower extremities and the spine.

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Soft Tissue Injuries 119
Treatments for Soft Tissues of the Musculoskeletal Frame

12.0

Hour 1:

  • Comprehend the human frame as interrelated biomechanical systems.
  • Relate the functional anatomy of soft tissue structures to the movement of the human frame.
  • Discern the six types of soft tissue end feel for evaluation of injury.
  • Perform passive and active examination according to protocol developed by James Cyriax, MD.
  • Distinguish between the types of injury and their effects on the soft tissues.

Hour 2:

  • Identify soft tissue changes associated with injury.
  • Discern which phase of healing is associated with the current presentation of injury.
  • Apply mechanisms of healing to treatment protocol.
  • Discuss diagnostic tools used to identify soft tissue injury.
  • Utilize appropriate ice, heat and stretch protocols in the treatment of soft tissue injury.

Hour 3:

  • Explain and perform Somatic Technique and Strain/Counterstrain.
  • Understand friction anesthesia and palpatory methods for identifying trigger points.
  • Differentiate between Postisometric Relaxation and Postfacilitation Stretch.
  • Apply specific modalities for particular soft tissue injury patterns.
  • Perform soft tissue restriction release methods.

Hour 4:

  • Discern between mobilization and manipulation.
  • Apply biomechanics of foot arch function to injury.
  • Explain dynamic changes of foot during weight bearing, and walking on even and uneven surfaces.
  • Utilize treatment protocols for common ankle sprains.
  • Perform osseous manipulation to the bones of the foot and ankle.

Hour 5:

  • Perform Strain/Counterstrain on the foot and ankle as an effective tool to release spasm and fixations.
  • Discern and treat various pathological conditions related to the knee.
  • Utilize myofascial release techniques to treat entrapment syndromes of the lower extremity.
  • Explain functional movement of the hip.
  • Apply functional kinesiology to the evaluation and treatment of the muscles associated with the hip.

Hour 6:

  • Utilize treatment methods for contracted soft tissues of the lateral hip.
  • Perform treatment protocols for the hamstrings/quadratus femoris.
  • Explain the dynamics of correct posture.
  • Recognize normal versus abnormal gait in patient observation.
  • Describe nutation and counternutation of the pelvis.

Hour 7:

  • Understand the various movements and fixations patterns in the Sacroiliac joints.
  • Perform Strain/Counterstrain for the pelvis.
  • Utilize a disc pump correction for mild to moderate disc lesions.
  • Demonstrate James Cyriax MD protocol from manipulation of the low back.
  • Devise a treatment protocol for sprain of the iliolumbar ligament.

Hour 8:

  • Apply movement dynamics of the lumbopelvic spine to soft tissue injury.
  • Utilize chest movement dynamics to help determine injury to the thoracic spine and rib cage.
  • Provide affective treatment of the rib cage specific to rib articulations.
  • Perform somatic Technique to the trapezius muscle for muscle awareness.
  • Apply treatments to soft tissues of the rib cage without using electric modalities.

Hour 9:

  • Discuss cervical spine mechanics as it applies to soft tissue injury.
  • Create muscle awareness of the cervical extensor group with Somatic Technique.
  • Reduce pain and spasm in an acute cervical spine injury using Strain/Counterstrain.
  • Apply myofascial release to the soft tissues of the posterior cervico-thoracic spine.
  • Educate the patient on corrective scoliosis exercises.

Hour 10:

  • Relate the functional anatomy of the TMJ to soft tissue injury.
  • Discern between Acute Closed lock and Acute Open Lock of the TMJ.
  • Apply soft tissue treatments to the muscles of the TMJ.
  • Use movement dynamics of the shoulder to better evaluate injury.
  • Utilize a variety of soft tissue treatment in the treatment of adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder.

Hour 11:

  • Differentially diagnose acromioclavicular joint injury and apply treatment to grades 1-3.
  • Use soft tissue methods to treat the muscles of the rotator cuff.
  • Discern and treat soft tissue structures related to the scapula.
  • Perform a scapula mobilization technique to free up the functional scapulo-thoracic joint.
  • Apply mechanisms of throwing to soft tissue injury and treatment.

Hour 12:

  • Describe various soft tissue treatments for the elbow, wrist and hand and related functional dynamics of injury.
  • Osseously manipulate the joints of the elbow, wrist and hand.
  • Perform soft tissue treatment methods for injury to the myofascia associated with the upper extremity.
  • Discern and treat all injured tendon sheath components of the wrist using soft tissue treatment methods.
  • Differentially diagnose and treat nerve entrapment syndromes for the upper extremity.

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Soft Tissue Injuries 118
Soft Tissue Injury Examination

8.0

Hour 1

  • Discuss the soft tissues of the body for examination protocol and differential diagnosis.
  • Correlate soft tissue pain radiation patterns and history to focus examination to appropriate soft tissues.
  • Explain to your patient the types of soft tissue pain and injuries related to their condition.
  • Identify soft tissue dysfunction consistent with injury.
  • Utilize passive examination techniques to accurately record the effects of soft tissue injury to local and regional soft tissues.

Hour 2

  • Utilize active examination techniques to accurately record the effects of soft tissue injury to local and regional soft tissues.
  • Discern between neurological muscle strength testing, proprioceptive muscle strength testing using Applied Kinesiology and actual muscle fiber strength.
  • Apply biomechanics of the upper and lower extremities, spine and TMJ to soft tissue examination protocol.
  • Relate the biomechanical movement of the soft tissues of the foot and ankle to associated soft tissues during evaluation.
  • Perform examination of the soft tissue structures of the foot and ankle as the biomechanical foundation of the body.

Hour 3

  • Apply biomechanics of the entire lower extremity to soft tissue examination protocol.
  • Relate the biomechanical movement of the soft tissues of the knee to associated soft tissues for evaluation.
  • Perform examination of the soft tissue structures of the knee.
  • Relate the biomechanical movement of the soft tissues of the hip to associated soft tissues during evaluation.

Hour 4

  • Perform examination of the soft tissue structures of the hip.
  • Relate the biomechanical movement of the soft tissues of the lumbopelvic spine to associated soft tissues for evaluation.
  • Describe the movement of the soft tissues of the lumbar spine and sacroiliac joints for better patient compliance.
  • Perform passive examination of the soft tissue structures of the lumbopelvic spine.

Hour 5

  • Perform active examination of the soft tissue structures of the lumbopelvic spine.
  • Relate the biomechanical movement of the soft tissues of the thoracic spine and rib cage to associated soft tissues for evaluation.
  • Describe the movement of the soft tissues of the thoracic spine and rib cage for better patient compliance.
  • Perform passive and active examination of the soft tissue structures of the thoracic spine and rib cage.

Hour 6

  • Summarize biomechanics of the soft tissues of the cervical spine in their relation to the cranium.
  • Relate the biomechanical movement of the soft tissues of the cervical sp8ine to associated soft tissues for evaluation.
  • Perform soft tissue passive and active examination of the cervical spine.
  • Determine cervical soft tissue dysfunction and its effects on the trunk, upper extremity and TMJ.

Hour 7

  • Explain to patients the biomechanics of the TMJ in relation to their pain; and jaw and cervical spine dysfunction.
  • Relate TMJ dysfunction in relation to biomechanical disturbances to the soft tissue of the cervical spine.
  • Perform examination of the soft tissues of the TMJ with objective measurements to determine, record and track dysfunction and improvement.
  • Describe the biomechanical movements of the shoulder.
  • Relate the biomechanical movements of the shoulder to associated soft tissue structures of the cervical spine and thoracic spine and rib cage.

Hour 8

  • Summarize biomechanics of the soft tissues of the elbow, wrist and hand for the purposes of examination.
  • Relate the rotational movement of the shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand to determine soft tissue injury and dysfunction to associated soft tissue structures.
  • Perform examination of the soft tissues of the elbow, wrist and hand to determine injury and dysfunction.
  • Utilize appropriate advanced imaging methods for particular soft tissue structures.

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Soft Tissue Injuries 117
Functional Kinesiology and Movement; Injury and Treatment

12.0

  • Describe biomechanics of movement of the joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons, bursa, nerves and fascia of the lower extremity, pelvis and spine, TMJ and upper extremity.
  • Explain weight distribution and movement of ligaments, muscle and fascia in relation to the feet as foundation.
  • Discuss soft tissue movement during standing, walking, running, twisting, bending, reaching and grasping.
  • Relate movement interactions and stresses on soft tissues from one body region to another.
  • Demonstrate to your patients, correct posture from the feet as foundation to the cervical spine.
  • Educate and demonstrate the correct use of the core in posture.
  • Show patients how to relax their shoulders using the thoracic spine as a lever.
  • Describe and demonstrate appropriate gait in relation to correct posture.
  • Explain to your patient how the soft tissue adapts to an unstable scoliosis.
  • Apply understanding of injury dynamics in individual soft tissue structures (ligament, musculotendon, bursa, nerve, fascia).
  • Interrelate soft tissue contractures from one region of the body to another.
  • Learn passive and active examination techniques for all soft tissue structures of the soft tissue structures mentioned in Educational Objective 1.
  • Review Applied Kinesiology as a tool for muscle isolation and clinical testing.
  • Differentiate muscle strength testing from the proprioception evaluation of Applied Kinesiology.
  • Integrate Applied Kinesiology examination and treatment into soft tissue evaluation and case management.
  • Clinical examination of soft tissue structures of the soft tissue structures mentioned in Educational Objective 1.
  • Apply examination findings into differentially diagnosing soft tissue fibrosis, scar tissue and adhesions, trigger points and pain radiation patterns.
  • Inter-relate different regions of the body with local soft tissue findings.
  • Discern appropriate clinical application for advanced imaging studies and soft tissue.
  • Apply treatment protocols for ice, heat, stretching, Somatic Technique, Strain/counterstrain, friction massage, post-isometric relaxation, modalities, massage techniques, myofascial release, active release, Neuromuscular therapy, cold laser, exercise rehabilitations, mobilization and manipulation.
  • Apply techniques mentioned in Educational Objective (above) as well as Applied Kinesiology to all joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons, bursa, nerves and fascia of the lower extremity, pelvis and spine, TMJ, and upper extremity.
  • Relate treatments to improved movement locally, regionally and other affected regions and educate your patient to reasonable goals.
  • View the soft tissue structures of the body as a whole with recognizable patterns of dysfunction and treat these soft tissues for greater flexibility and function.

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Soft Tissue Injuries 116
Understanding Acceleration/Deceleration Impact; Injury and Treatment

12.0

  • Describe the kinematics of acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Comprehend the history and development of acceleration/deceleration research.
  • Defend injury manifestation using Whiplash guidelines and models.
  • Apply current model theories to better understand injury from acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Explain to the patient the effects on the body during front, rear and side collisions.
  • Educate the patient on variables such as vehicle size and direction and the effects on the human frame during acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Apply the variables of patient age, gender, size, etc during acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Express an understanding of incidence, prevalence, injury and risk factors associated with acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Describe the normal biomechanics of the cervical spine.
  • Discuss cervical spinal anatomy vulnerable to injury.
  • Define the nature of soft tissue structures; joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia.
  • Inform your patients of the symptoms and changes to soft tissue structures after acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Explain the differences between scleratomal, dermatomal and myofascial pain.
  • Discuss prognosis after acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Describe the normal biomechanics of the TMJ and associated soft tissue structures.
  • Discuss injury to the TMJ and associated soft tissue structures.
  • Explain the effects of trauma to the soft tissue of the spine, structures of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot after acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Describe the normal biomechanics of the thoracic spine and rib cage.
  • Describe the normal biomechanics of the lumbopelvic spine.
  • Educate the patient on complicating factors for treatment after acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Determine the necessity and value of imaging and advanced diagnostic imaging after acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Perform complete examination of the soft tissue structures of the cervical spine, TMJ, thoracic spine, rib cage, lumbopelvic spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot after acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Utilize treatment protocols for soft tissue damage after acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Perform soft tissue treatments such as strain/counterstrain, postisometric relaxation, postfacilitation stretch, somatic technique, active and myofascial release, exercise and stretch, mobilization, manipulation and modalities.
  • Utilize above mentioned soft tissue techniques to treat the cervical spine, TMJ, thoracic spine, rib cage, lumbopelvic spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot after acceleration/deceleration impact.
  • Communicate to your patients the late effects of soft tissue injury after acceleration/deceleration impact.

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Soft Tissue Injuries 115
Active Myofascial Rehabilitation

4.0

  • Educate patients on the function of soft tissues and the benefits of deep tissue muscle and fascial release.
  • Describe the development of scar tissue and adhesions in fascia, connective tissue, muscles, tendons, ligaments and joint capsules.
  • Perform postfacilitation stretch to the upper extremity, lower extremity and spine
  • Perform somatic technique for the upper extremity, lower extremity and spine
  • Utilize active release with your patient population
  • Perform postisometric relaxation for the upper extremity, lower extremity and spine
  • Apply therapeutic exercise and rehabilitative stretching with patients

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Soft Tissue Injuries 114
Deep Tissue Muscle and Fascial Release

5.0

  • Explain the function of soft tissues
  • Describe the development of scar tissue and adhesions in fascia, connective tissue, muscles, tendons, ligaments and joint capsules
  • Discuss the benefits of deep tissue muscle and fascial release
  • Define friction massage
  • Describe friction massage for the upper extremity, lower extremity, spine and TMJ
  • Define myofascial release
  • Describe myofascial release for the upper extremity, lower extremity, spine and TMJ
  • Define active release
  • Describe active release for the upper extremity, lower extremity, spine and TMJ
  • Define trigger point ultrasound
  • Describe trigger point ultrasound for the upper extremity, lower extremity, spine and TMJ

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Soft Tissue Injuries 113
Therapeutic Stretching and Exercise Rehabilitation

4.0

  • Discuss the benefits and protocols of stretching
  • Discuss the theory and protocols of exercise rehabilitation
  • Discuss the evaluation of posture
  • Demonstrate postural corrections for the whole body
  • Discuss proprioception in relation to core stability
  • Demonstrate stretching and strengthening for the core
  • Demonstrate balance work in relation to core strength
  • Demonstrate stretching and strengthening for the foot, ankle, anterior compartment,  hamstrings, quadratus femoris, tensor fascia lata, adductor group, gluteal group, and iliopsoas, lumbar spine, thoracic spine, ribs, chest, cervical spine, TMG, shoulder, arm, forearm, wrist and hand
  • Describe Yoga and Pilates for the whole body

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Soft Tissue Injuries 112
Strain/Counterstrain Techniques

2.0

  • Discuss the development of strain/counterstrain
  • Describe the theory of strain/counterstrain
  • Describe the physiology of neuromuscular function
  • Describe the diagnosis of tenderpoints and treatment  prioritization
  • Discuss the technique of strain/counterstrain
  • Explain tenderpoints
  • Discuss method to locate tenderpoints
  • Describe conditions that respond to strain/counterstrain
  • Discuss treatment for the spine, TMJ and extremities
  • Discuss treatment for craniosacral dysfunctions

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Soft Tissue Injuries 111
Soft Tissue Injury Ankle and Foot

5.0

  • Explain the structural anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the ankle and foot
  • Explain the functional anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the ankle and foot
  • Explain biomechanics of the ankle and foot
  • Demonstrate the passive examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the ankle and foot
  • Demonstrate the active examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the ankle and foot
  • Discuss radiographic imaging of the ankle and foot
  • Discuss advanced testing of the soft tissue of the ankle and foot
  • Describe pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the ankle and foot
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the ankle and foot
  • Define relationships of the ankle and foot with other regions.

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Soft Tissue Injuries 110
Soft Tissue Injuries of the Hip and Knee

6.0

  • Explain the structural anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the hip and knee
  • Explain the functional anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the hip and knee
  • Explain biomechanics of the hip and knee
  • Demonstrate the passive examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the hip and knee.
  • Demonstrate the active examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the hip and knee
  • Discuss radiographic imaging of the hip and knee
  • Discuss advanced testing of the soft tissue of the hip and knee
  • Describe pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the hip and knee
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the hip and knee
  • Define relationships of the hip and knee with other regions

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Soft Tissue Injuries 109
Soft Tissue Injuries of the Lumbopelvic Spine

8.0

  • Explain the structural anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the lumbopelvic spine
  • Explain the functional anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the lumbopelvic spine
  • Explain biomechanics of the lumbopelvic spine
  • Demonstrate the passive examination of bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the lumbopelvic spine
  • Demonstrate the active examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the lumbopelvic spine
  • Discuss radiographic imaging of the lumbopelvic spine
  • Discuss advanced testing of the soft tissue of the lumbopelvic spine
  • Describe pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the lumbopelvic spine
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the lumbopelvic spine
  • Define relationships of the lumbopelvic spine with other regions

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Soft Tissue Injuries 108
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Soft Tissue Injuries of the Thoracic Spine and Rib Cage

5.0

  • Explain the structural anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the thoracic spine and rib cage
  • Explain the functional anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the thoracic spine and rib cage
  • Demonstrate the passive examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the thoracic spine and rib cage
  • Demonstrate the active examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the thoracic spine and rib cage
  • Discuss imaging of the thoracic spine and rib cage
  • Describe pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the thoracic spine and rib cage
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the thoracic spine and rib cage
  • Discuss relationships of the thoracic spine and ribs with other regions

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Soft Tissue Injuries 107
2.0

  • Explain the structural anatomy of the TMJ and its soft tissue
  • Explain the functional anatomy of the TMJ and its soft tissue
  • Demonstrate the passive examination of the TMJ and soft tissue
  • Demonstrate the active examination of the TMJ and soft tissue
  • Describe pathological conditions of the bony structures of the TMJ
  • Describe pathological conditions of the joints of the TMJ
  • Describe pathological conditions of the ligaments of the TMJ
  • Describe pathological conditions of the muscles of the TMJ
  • Describe injuries to the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the TMJ
  • Describe injuries from acceleration/deceleration impact to the TMJ
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the joints of the TMJ
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the ligaments of the TMJ
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the muscles of the TMJ
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the TMJ
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for acceleration/deceleration injury to the TMJ
  • Define functional relationships of the TMJ with associated regions

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Soft Tissue Injuries 106
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The Cervical Spine

6.0

  • Explain the structural anatomy of the bones and joints of the cervical spine, ligaments and muscles of the cervical spine and the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the cervical spine
  • Explain the functional anatomy of the bones and joints of the cervical spine, the ligaments and muscles of the cervical spine and the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the cervical spine
  • Demonstrate the passive examination of the bones and joints of the cervical spine, the ligaments and muscles of the cervical spine and the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the cervical spine
  • Demonstrate the active examination of the bones and joints of the cervical spine, the ligaments and muscles of the cervical spine and the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the cervical spine
  • Discuss imaging of the cervical spine
  • Discuss advanced testing of the soft tissue of the cervical spine
  • Describe pathological conditions of the bony structures, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the cervical spine
  • Explain the mechanism of acceleration/deceleration impact
  • Explain the effects on the cervical spine from acceleration/deceleration injury, and specifically the effects on the soft tissues structures
  • Explain the grading system for acceleration/deceleration injury
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the pathological conditions of the bony structures, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, blood vessels, nerves and fascia of the cervical spine
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the sequela of acceleration/deceleration injury
  • Define relationships of the cervical spine with other regions

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Soft Tissue Injuries 105 - 107
Course Group includes all Soft Tissue Injuries Courses numbered 105 thru 107

12.0

  • This contains all courses with the educational objectives listed from Soft Tissue Injuries 105 to Soft Tissue Injuries 107 

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Soft Tissue Injuries 105
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Soft Tissue Injury: Elbow, Wrist and Hand

4.0

  • Explain the structural anatomy of the elbow, wrist, and hand and associated soft tissue
  • Explain the functional anatomy of the elbow, wrist, and hand and associated soft tissue
  • Demonstrate the passive examination of the elbow, wrist, and hand and associated soft tissue
  • Demonstrate the active examination of the elbow, wrist, and hand and associated soft tissue
  • Describe pathological conditions of the bony structures, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, fascia, bursa and nerves of the elbow, wrist, and hand
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for pathological conditions of the bony structures of the elbow, wrist and hand
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, fascia, bursa and nerves of the elbow, wrist and hand
  • Define functional relationships between the elbow, wrist and hand and with other regions

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Soft Tissue Injuries 104
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Soft Tissue Injury: The Shoulder

4.0

  • Explain the structural anatomy of the shoulder and its soft tissue
  • Explain the functional anatomy of the shoulder and its soft tissue.
  • Demonstrate the active and passive examination of the shoulder and soft tissue.
  • Describe pathological conditions of the bony structures, joints, ligaments, tendons, bursa and muscles of the shoulder
  • Describe sports injures to the shoulder.
  • Describe injuries to the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the shoulder.
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for pathological conditions of the bony structures, joints, ligaments, tendons, bursa and muscles of the shoulder.
  • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the shoulder.
  • Define functional relationships of the shoulder with associated regions

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Soft Tissue Injuries 103
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Comprehensive Introduction to Soft tissue Injury and Treatment

4.0

  • Explain the types of soft tissue
  • Demonstrate and discuss diagnostic evaluation of soft tissue injury
  • Explain pain patterns of neurological injury for differential diagnosis
  • Discuss types of soft tissue injuries
  • Evaluate soft tissue changes associated with pain
  • Discuss the mechanisms of healing soft tissue injuries
  • Describe diagnostic tools in determining soft tissue injuries
  • Explain the use of ice and heat in soft tissue injuries
  • Demonstrate and discuss stretching; passive, active and postfacilitation
  • Demonstrate and discuss somatic technique
  • Demonstrate and discuss strain/counterstrain
  • Demonstrate and discuss friction massage
  • Demonstrate and discuss Postisometric relaxation
  • Demonstrate and discuss electrical muscle stimulation and ultrasound
  • Demonstrate and discuss triggerpoint ultrasound in treatment
  • Discuss massage therapy
  • Demonstrate and discuss myofascial release
  • Demonstrate and discuss active release
  • Demonstrate and discuss Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT)
  • Discuss cold laser therapy
  • Demonstrate and discuss exercise rehabilitation and muscle strengthening
  • Discuss mobilization and manipulation

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Soft Tissue Injuries 101 - 104
Course Group includes all Soft Tissue Injuries Courses numbered 101 thru 104

10.0

  • This contains all courses with the educational objectives listed from Soft Tissue Injuries 101 to Soft Tissue Injuries 104 

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Soft Tissue Injuries 101
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Soft Tissue Injury: The Neglected Cause of Musculoskeletal Disorders

2.0

  • Explain the anatomy and functionality of healthy soft tissue components
  • Explain the effects of injury on soft tissue
  • Define effects of injured soft tissue on functionality of the spine and extremities
  • Discuss patterns of musculoskeletal relationships of recruiting other structures after injury and their effects on functionality
  • Describe various methods of treatment for dysfunctional soft tissue
  • Explain relationship of injured tissue to its surrounding structures, its effects and treatment
  • Explain compensation and recruitment of healthy tissue to the broader scope of complications and the effective treatment of primary and now secondary effects of injury
  • Describe rehabilitation exercises in relation to proprioception

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$44.00 USD