Register

 

Close This Window



Chiropractic Assistant


Neurology 128

The Neurological Evaluation: What You Need to Know (And Why You Need to Know It)


3.0

Hour 1

  • Identify and recite all components of the neurological examination 
  • Outline basic peripheral and central nervous system pathways that are clinically relevant to the bedside (ambulatory) neurological examination.
  • Perform an examination of the cranial nerve and somatic motor system, including aspects of strength, tone and volume.

Hour 2

  • Perform an examination of the cranial nerve and somatic sensory system, including sensory testing of deep and superficial CNS pathways.
  • Perform an examination of the reflex system, including testing of deep, superficial, visceral and pathological reflexes.

Hour 3

  • Perform an examination of the movement, balance and coordination systems, including tests of cerebellar function.
  • Demonstrate an examination flow and performing tests taking the patient from sitting to standing, to the supine and prone positions.
  • Summarize implications of neurological findings for lesions in various parts of the central nervous system.
  • Summarize implications of neurological findings for lesions in various parts of the peripheral nervous system.

Joseph Ferezy, DC, DACAN, FIACN

AudioVisual Course

$60.00 USD


To purchase this course, please login