Neuromeningeal Manipulation; An Integrative Approach to Trauma
Minnesota Minneapolis & various other locations 6/21/13-6/23/13
California San Francisco & various other locations 9/06/13-9/08/13
Florida Palm Beach & various other locations 10/25/13-10/27/13
Barral Visceral Manipulation, Neural Manipulation, New Manual Articular Approach
NM1 is a specialized course focusing on the impact of trauma and whiplash.
• Study the three primary areas of trauma as they relate to whiplash: physical laws, evaluation and treatment.
• Learn the appropriate anatomy and physiology for treatment of whiplash and trauma conditions.
• Learn to locate and release restrictions along the meningeal system.
• Assess injuries to the soft tissues of the cervical region and learn treatment protocols for optimal release.
• Learn tests to determine restriction patterns of the cervicobrachial region.
• Understand how whiplash creates restriction patterns throughout the body.
• Identify techniques that encompass the whole body, as the whole body receives collision forces in a whiplash injury, not just the cervical spine.
• Learn to evaluate restrictions in the lumbosacral region.
• Discover new applications of visceral manipulation principles and techniques as they can be utilized for patients presenting whiplash and other conditions involving trauma.
• Compare treatment sequence and tests for whiplash and traumatic injuries.
In this course, you will study the three primary areas of trauma as they relate to whiplash: physical laws, evaluation and treatment. The instructor will present appropriate lecture, demonstration, and supervised hands-on lab sessions addressing such topics as restrictions in the meningeal system; soft tissues of the cervical and cervicobrachial regions; and the lumbosacral region.
$795 with early registration discounts available. - Tuition rates may be subject to local/state taxes and/or city surcharges. This course is 18 contact hours.
Dates and Locations:
Date:Thursday, March 20, 2014
International Alliance of Healthcare Educators