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Upper Quarter Neurodynamics 1 - June 1 & 2, 2018

Location :  Stanford University Athletic dept.                                                                              

Continuing Education Experiences :                                                                      

 

** Includes Course/Lab, Course handouts, Light Continental Breakfast with Coffee, CATERED Lunch, & Networking experience complete with H'orderves and Drinks (one per 2-day course). 

 

Cost :  SOLD OUT!!!

CEUS : 1.3 PT/Chiropractor/ATC (13 Contact hours)

Student faculty ratio 16:1 // Course lEVEL : bEGINNER

iNSTRUCTION pROVIDED : lECTURE / LAB. 

Hotel : discounted rates available - clICK BUTTON BELOW. 

About Michael Shacklock : 

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  • Founder of the concept of neurodynamics in physiotherapy/ manual therapy, 1995
  • Director and Founder of Neurodynamic Solutions (NDS) for the express purpose of disseminating and developing improved knowledge of neurodynamics in clinical practice.
  • Graduated 1980 Auckland Technical Institute (now Auckland University of Technology)
  • Graduate Diploma in Advanced Manipulative Therapy 1989, University of South Australia, Diploma in Physiotherapy
  • Master of Applied Science, University of South Australia 1993
  • Dissertation on neurodynamic sequencing
  • Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists (by original contribution, monograph), 2007, under the auspices of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • Has worked as staff physiotherapist in public hospitals in New Zealand and is currently a private practising musculoskeletal and consultant physiotherapist at Flex Clinic, CumberlandPark, South Australia
  • Has given, and continues to give, numerous keynote and other invited presentations at international conferences around world.

Published in : 

  • Spine, Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, Physiotherapy (scholarly paper), Australian Journal of Physiotherapy (leading article)
  • Manual Therapy (editorial and case study), New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy (invited paper), Grieve’s Modern Manual Therapy, invited contribution, Manuelle Therapie (German), other translated works into Spanish and French

Books Published :

  •  Shacklock M (Ed.) 2007 Biomechanics of the Nervous System: Breig revisited.Neurodynamic Solutions, Adelaide, Australia
  •  Shacklock M 2005 Clinical Neurodynamics: a new system of musculoskeletal treatment, Elsevier, Oxford, successful peer review by Australian College of Physiotherapists (2007)

course deScription :

 

This practical upper quarter hands-on course  take the therapist from the old concepts of neural tension to a new concept of neurodynamics. Shacklock’s upper quarter neurodynamic concept is presented clearly and methodically and offers the clinician new techniques for diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal problems with an upper quarter neural component. The Shacklock concept helps the therapist select and perform new diagnostic and treatment techniques without provoking symptoms andprogresses from the highly restricted patient to the athlete. These are illustrated with practical demonstrations and real-time imaging videos of neural movement techniques, collected exclusively by Michael Shacklock and the Neurodynamic Solutions (NDS) faculty. Key features of the courses include:

‣ lab/practical sessions with demonstrations and practising of techniques

‣ new neural testing and treatment techniques

‣ new systematic diagnosis and treatment approach

‣ integration of neural techniques with the musculoskeletal system

‣ systematic progressions from low to high levels of performance

‣ scientific support with evidence based research and real-time videos of nerve movement.

Continuing Education Itinerary :

Upper Quarter 1

Course Objectives

Improve/develop: 

  •  manual skills, specifically the ability to feel abnormalities in movement related to the nervous system in the upper quarter
  • abilities in diagnosis and interpretation of upper quarter neurodynamic testing and musculoskeletal relationships
  • clinician’s repertoire of diagnosis and treatment of techniques
  • safety in relation to clinical neurodynamics
  • apply clinical neurodynamics in the context of the research evidence.    

June 1st, 2018

8:30 -9:00 Continental Breakfast & Registration

9:00-10:30 Concept of neurodynamics -convergence, sliding, tensioning, neurodynamic sequencing, linking mechanics and physiology, neurodynamic tests

10:30-11:00 Morning Break

10:45-12:30 Nerve palpation -  Median, Ulnar, Radial, Brachial plexus, Spinal Nerves

12:30-1:30 Lunch (Provided)

1:30-3:00 Neurodynamic testing - MNT1, UNT, MNT2, RNT, RSNT

3.00-3:15 break

3:15-5.00 Diagnosis with neurodynamic tests -positive, negative, normal, abnormal, covert, overt planning physical examination and treatment - levels 0, 1, 2, 3a, b, c, d

June 2nd, 2018

8:45 - Continental Breakfast

9:00-10:00 Diagnostic categories -interface - reduced closing, reduced opening, neural tension, neural sliding dysfunctions, & pathophysiological

10:00-10:30 Method of treatment - pathophysiology, pathomechanics, progressional system

10:30-11:00 Morning break

11:00-12:30 Treatment - neck pain and cervical radiculopathy, opening and closing dysfunctions, neural tension dysfunction

12:30-1:30 Lunch

1:30-3:00 Treatment - Thoracic Outlet, Shoulder pain, Opening / Closing dysfunctions, tension and sliding dysfunctions

3:00-3.15 Afternoon break

3.15-5.00 Treatment - lateral elbow pain, opening, closing sliders, tensioners, neural massagers, carpal tunnel syndrome, openers and closers, sliders and tensioners.

5:30 PM - Networking Experience included with Drinks / H'or Derves - Location: Dan Gordon's - LINK