Classes

Series 1: MSC for the Cranial Base and Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)

Description:

This cutting edge workshop is for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, chiropractors, and dentists, interested in changing posture and alleviating symptoms.  This unique course targets the specific anatomy and biomechanics related to the upper spine, cranial base, and temporomandibular joints, through the layers of the anterior throat.  Students will review the tools for evaluating the cranial base and TMJ function; range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, related sensation and proprioception, tissue tension, organ mobility and motility, listening, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing. Break through Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for the joints, ligaments, and three layers of the anterior throat are presented and practiced in a supervised lab practicum, that will include fascial principles, muscle energy principles, positional principles, tissue tension principles and crush principles.  Utilizing the newest techniques in MSC, tissue tension and pinching are addressed.  Participants will be trained in both the still point inducer and the cervical pillow, as well as vestibular mobilization and connection to c-spine, cranial base, and TMJ receptors for optimal proprioception.  Advanced manual intervention for bone bruise, scar tissue and weakened tissue will be introduced and practiced during supervised lab practicum.  Applications for various patient populations will be discussed during the student question and answer session on the final day.

Goals & Objectives:

The participants will:
  1. Review upper spine, cranial base, and temporomandibular joints, through the layers of the anterior throat anatomy, alignment and biomechanics.
  2. Review contemporary assessments for cranial base and TMJ function, range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, and related sensation and proprioception.
  3. Become familiar with sophisticated manual diagnostics skills of listening, tissue tension, muscle and organ mobility and motility, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing.
  4. Be introduced to and gain supervised practice time for breakthrough MSC techniques of fascial releases, muscle energy balancing, positional releases, tissue tension and crush releases.
  5. Utilize the newest techniques in MSC, with both the still point inducer and the cervical pillow.
  6. Be trained in vestibular mobilization and connection to c-spine, cranial base, and TMJ receptors for optimal proprioception.
  7. Be presented advanced MSC techniques for bone bruise, tissue integrity and begin training in repair and regeneration manual intervention for neural fibrosis, scar tissue and for weakened tissue.
  8. Gain effective MSC strategies for immediate use with his/her patient population.

Outline:

Day One (7 hours) Day Two (7 hours)
8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Anatomy and Physiology 9:00 am Cervical Pillow/Vestibular Mob/Lab
10:00 am Manual Diagnostics 10:00 am Still Point Inducer/Lab
11:00 am Break 11:00 am Break
11:15 am Manual Diagnostics 11:15 am MSC
12:15 pm Lunch 12:15 pm Lunch
1: 45 pm Positional/Fascial/Lab 1:45 pm MSC
3:45 pm Break 3:00 pm Break
4:00 pm Muscle Energy/Organ Mobility/Motility/Lab 3:15 pm Tissue Integrity
6:00 pm Close 5:00 pm Patient Application
6:00 pm Close
 

Series 1: MSC for the Forearm Driver, with the Elbow, Wrist and Hand

Description:

This cutting edge workshop is for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and chiropractors, interested in changing posture and alleviating symptoms.  This unique course targets the specific anatomy and biomechanics related to the forearm driver, with the elbow, wrist, and hand.  Students will review the tools for evaluating the forearm driver function; range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, related sensation and proprioception, tissue tension, organ mobility and motility, listening, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing. Break through Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for the joints, ligaments, and compartments are presented and practiced in a supervised lab practicum, that will include fascial principles, muscle energy principles, positional principles, tissue tension principles and crush principles.  Utilizing the newest techniques in MSC, tissue tension and pinching are addressed.  Participants will be trained in both the activator and with recoils, as well as vestibular mobilization and connection to the forearm driver receptors for optimal proprioception.  Advanced manual intervention for bone bruise, scar tissue and weakened tissue will be introduced and practiced during supervised lab practicum.  Applications for various patient populations will be discussed during the student question and answer session on the final day.

Goals & Objectives:

The participants will:
  1. Review forearm driver, with the elbow, wrist, and hand alignment and biomechanics.
  2. Review contemporary assessments for the forearm driver function, range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, and related sensation and proprioception.
  3. Become familiar with sophisticated manual diagnostics skills of listening, tissue tension, muscle and organ mobility and motility, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing.
  4. Be introduced to and gain supervised practice time for breakthrough MSC techniques of fascial releases, muscle energy balancing, positional releases, tissue tension and compartment syndrome releases.
  5. Utilize the newest techniques in MSC, with both recoils and the activator.
  6. Be trained in vestibular mobilization and connection to the elbow, wrist, hand and finger receptors for optimal proprioception.
  7. Be presented advanced MSC techniques for bone bruise, tissue integrity and begin training in repair and regeneration manual intervention for neural fibrosis, scar tissue and for weakened tissue.
  8. Gain effective MSC strategies for immediate use with his/her patient population.

Outline:

Day One (7 hours) Day Two (7 hours)
8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Anatomy and Physiology 9:00 am Recoils/Vestibular Mob/Lab
10:00 am Manual Diagnostics 10:00 am Activator/Lab
11:00 am Break 11:00 am Break
11:15 am Manual Diagnostics 11:15 am Compartment Syndromes/Lab
12:15 pm Lunch 1:45 pm MSC
1: 45 pm Positional/Fascial/Lab 3:00 pm Break
3:45 pm Break 3:15 pm Tissue Integrity
4:00 pm Muscle Energy/Organ Mobility/Motility/Lab 5:00 pm Patient Application
6:00 pm Close 6:00 pm Close
 

Series 1: MSC for the Lower Leg Driver, with the Knee, Ankle and Foot

Description:

This cutting edge workshop is for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and chiropractors, interested in changing posture and alleviating symptoms. This unique course targets the specific anatomy and biomechanics related to the lower leg driver, with the knee, ankle, and foot. Students will review the tools for evaluating the forearm driver function; range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, related sensation and proprioception, tissue tension, organ mobility and motility, listening, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing. Break through Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for the joints, ligaments, and compartments are presented and practiced in a supervised lab practicum, that will include fascial principles, muscle energy principles, positional principles, tissue tension principles and crush principles. Utilizing the newest techniques in MSC, tissue tension and pinching are addressed. Participants will be trained in both the activator and with recoils, as well as vestibular mobilization and connection to the forearm driver receptors for optimal proprioception. Advanced manual intervention for bone bruise, scar tissue and weakened tissue will be introduced and practiced during supervised lab practicum. Applications for various patient populations will be discussed during the student question and answer session on the final day.

Goals & Objectives:

The participants will:
  1. Review lower leg driver, with the knee, ankle, and foot alignment and biomechanics.
  2. Review contemporary assessments for the lower leg driver function, range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, and related sensation and proprioception.
  3. Become familiar with sophisticated manual diagnostics skills of listening, tissue tension, muscle and organ mobility and motility, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing.
  4. Be introduced to and gain supervised practice time for breakthrough MSC techniques of fascial releases, muscle energy balancing, positional releases, tissue tension and compartment syndrome releases.
  5. Utilize the newest techniques in MSC, with both recoils and the activator.
  6. Be trained in vestibular mobilization and connection to the knee, ankle and foot receptors for optimal proprioception.
  7. Be presented advanced MSC techniques for bone bruise, tissue integrity and begin training in repair and regeneration manual intervention for neural fibrosis, scar tissue and for weakened tissue.
  8. Gain effective MSC strategies for immediate use with his/her patient population.

Outline:

Day One (7 hours) Day Two (7 hours)
8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Anatomy and Physiology 9:00 am Recoils/Vestibular Mob/Lab
10:00 am Manual Diagnostics 10:00 am Activator/Lab
11:00 am Break 11:00 am Break
11:15 am Manual Diagnostics 11:15 am Compartment Syndromes/Lab
12:15 pm Lunch 12:15 pm Lunch
1: 45 pm Positional/Fascial/Lab 1:45 pm MSC
3:45 pm Break 3:00 pm Break
4:00 pm Muscle Energy/Organ Mobility/Motility/Lab 3:15 pm Tissue Integrity
6:00 pm Close 5:00 pm Patient Application
6:00 pm Close
 

Series 1: MSC for Meninges, Spinal Cord, and Cauda Equina

Description:

This cutting edge workshop is for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and chiropractors interested in changing posture and alleviating symptoms.  This unique course targets the specific anatomy and biomechanics related to the spine, meninges, spinal cord, and the cauda equina.  Students will review the tools for evaluating the peripheral nerve function; range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, related sensation and proprioception, tissue tension, neural mobility and motility, listening, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing. Break through Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for the nerve roots, plexus, and peripheral nerves are presented and practiced in a supervised lab practicum, that will include fascial principles, muscle energy principles, positional principles, tissue tension principles and crush principles.  Utilizing the newest techniques in MSC, neural tissue tension, pinching, invaginations, double and triple crushes are addressed.  Advanced manual intervention for neural fibrosis, scar tissue and weakened tissue will be introduced and practiced during supervised lab practicum.  Applications for various patient populations will be discussed during the student question and answer session on the final day.

Goals & Objectives:

The participants will:
  1. Review spine, meninges, spinal cord, and the cauda equina anatomy, alignment and biomechanics.
  2. Review contemporary assessments for meninges, spinal cord, and the cauda equina function, range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, and related sensation and proprioception.
  3. Become familiar with sophisticated manual diagnostics skills of listening, tissue tension, neural mobility and motility, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing.
  4. Be introduced to and gain supervised practice time for breakthrough meninges, spinal cord, and  cauda equina manual structural correction (MSC) treatment techniques.
  5. Review fascial, muscle energy, positional, tissue tension, and crush principles applied to MSC treatment of the spine, meninges, spinal cord, and the cauda equina.
  6. Be presented advanced MSC techniques for tissue integrity and begin training in repair and regeneration manual intervention for neural fibrosis, scar tissue and for weakened tissue.
  7. Gain effective MSC strategies for immediate use with his/her patient population.

Outline:

Day One (7 hours) Day Two (7 hours)
8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Anatomy and Physiology 9:00 am Spinal Cord/Lab
10:00 am Manual Diagnostics 11:00 am Break
11:00 am Break 11:15 am Cauda Equina/Lab
11:15 am Manual Diagnostics 12:15 pm Lunch
12:15 pm Lunch 1:45 pm MSC
1: 45 pm Positional/Fascial/Lab 3:15 pm Break
3:45 pm Break 3:30 pm Tissue Integrity
4:00 pm Meninges/Lab 5:00 pm Patient Application
6:00 pm Close 6:00 pm Close
 

Series 1: MSC for Pelvic Driver

Description:

This cutting edge workshop is for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and chiropractors interested in changing posture and alleviating symptoms.  This unique course targets the specific anatomy and biomechanics related to the lower spine, pelvis, and hips, through the layers of the pelvic floor.  Students will review the tools for evaluating the pelvic driver function; range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, related sensation and proprioception, tissue tension, organ mobility and motility, listening, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing. Break through Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for the joints, disks, ligaments, and three layers of the pelvic floor are presented and practiced in a supervised lab practicum, that will include fascial principles, muscle energy principles, positional principles, tissue tension principles and crush principles.  Utilizing the newest techniques in MSC, tissue tension and pinching are addressed.  Participants will be trained in both the sacral wedge and the inverted wedge, as well as vestibular mobilization and connection to pelvis joint receptors for optimal proprioception.  Advanced manual intervention for bone bruise, scar tissue and weakened tissue will be introduced and practiced during supervised lab practicum.  Applications for various patient populations will be discussed during the student question and answer session on the final day.

Goals & Objectives:

The participants will:
  1. Review lower spine, pelvis, pelvic floor, and hip anatomy, alignment and biomechanics.
  2. Review contemporary assessments for pelvic driver function, range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, and related sensation and proprioception.
  3. Become familiar with sophisticated manual diagnostics skills of listening, tissue tension, muscle and organ mobility and motility, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing.
  4. Be introduced to and gain supervised practice time for breakthrough MSC techniques of fascial releases, muscle energy balancing, positional releases, tissue tension and crush releases.
  5. Utilize the newest techniques in MSC, with both the sacral wedge and the inverted wedge.
  6. Be trained in vestibular mobilization and connection to pelvis joint receptors for optimal proprioception.
  7. Be presented advanced MSC techniques for bone bruise, tissue integrity and begin training in repair and regeneration manual intervention for neural fibrosis, scar tissue and for weakened tissue.
  8. Gain effective MSC strategies for immediate use with his/her patient population.

Outline:

 
Day One (7 hours) Day Two (7 hours)
8:30 am Registration 9:00 am Sacral Wedge/Vestibular Mob/lab
9:00 am Anatomy and Physiology 10:00 am Inverted Wedge/lab
10:00 am Manual Diagnostics 11:00 am Break
11:00 am Break 11:15 am MSC
11:15 am Manual Diagnostics 12:15 pm Lunch
12:15 pm Lunch 1:45 pm MSC
1: 45 pm Positional/Fascial/Lab 3:15 pm Break
3:45 pm Break 3:30 pm Tissue Integrity
4:00 pm Muscle Energy/Nerve Roots/Lab 5:00 pm Patient Application
6:00 pm Close 6:00 pm Close
 

Series 1: MSC for Peripheral Nerves

(Pre-requisite for MSC for Meninges, Spinal Cord and Cauda Equina)

Description:

This cutting edge workshop is for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and chiropractors interested in changing posture and alleviating symptoms. This unique course targets the specific anatomy and biomechanics related to the spine, peripheral nerve roots, neural plexus, all the way through the full length of the peripheral nerves. Students will review the tools for evaluating the peripheral nerve function; range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, related sensation and proprioception, tissue tension, neural mobility and motility, listening, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing. Break through Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for the nerve roots, plexus, and peripheral nerves are presented and practiced in a supervised lab practicum, that will include fascial principles, muscle energy principles, positional principles, tissue tension principles and crush principles. Utilizing the newest techniques in MSC, neural tissue tension, pinching, invaginations, double and triple crushes are addressed. Advanced manual intervention for neural fibrosis, scar tissue and weakened tissue will be introduced and practiced during supervised lab practicum. Applications for various patient populations will be discussed during the student question and answer session on the final day.

   

Goals & Objectives:

The participants will:
  1. Review peripheral nerve anatomy, alignment and biomechanics.
  2. Review contemporary assessments for peripheral nerve function, range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, and related sensation and proprioception.
  3. Become familiar with sophisticated manual diagnostics skills of listening, tissue tension, neural mobility and motility, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing.
  4. Be introduced to and gain supervised practice time for breakthrough nerve root, plexi, and peripheral nerve manual structural correction (MSC) treatment techniques.
  5. Review fascial, muscle energy, positional, tissue tension, and crush principles applied to MSC treatment of the peripheral nervous system.
  6. Be presented advanced MSC techniques for tissue integrity and begin training in repair and regeneration manual intervention for neural fibrosis, scar tissue and for weakened tissue.
  7. Gain effective MSC strategies for immediate use with his/her patient population.

Outline:

Day One (7 hours) Day Two (7 hours)
8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Anatomy and Physiology 9:00 am Peripheral Nerve/Plexus/lab
10:00 am Manual Diagnostics 11:00 am Break
11:00 am Break 11:15 am Tissue Tension/Crushes/lab
11:15 am Manual Diagnostics 12:15 pm Lunch
12:15 pm Lunch 1:45 pm MSC
1: 45 pm Positional/Fascial/Lab 3:15 pm Break
3:45 pm Break 3:30 pm Tissue Integrity
4:00 pm Muscle Energy/Nerve Roots/Lab 5:00 pm Patient Application
6:00 pm Close 6:00 pm Close
 

Series 1: MSC for the Shoulder Driver

Description:

This cutting edge workshop is for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and chiropractors interested in changing posture and alleviating symptoms.  This unique course targets the specific anatomy and biomechanics related to the mid spine, ribs, sternum, clavicle, and shoulder joints, through the layers of the thoracic inlet.  Students will review the tools for evaluating the shoulder driver function; range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, related sensation and proprioception, tissue tension, organ mobility and motility, listening, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing. Break through Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for the joints, ligaments, and three layers of the thoracic inlet are presented and practiced in a supervised lab practicum, that will include fascial principles, muscle energy principles, positional principles, tissue tension principles and crush principles.  Utilizing the newest techniques in MSC, tissue tension and pinching are addressed.  Participants will be trained in both the roll and the recoiler, as well as vestibular mobilization and connection to shoulder driver joint receptors for optimal proprioception.  Advanced manual intervention for bone bruise, scar tissue and weakened tissue will be introduced and practiced during supervised lab practicum.  Applications for various patient populations will be discussed during the student question and answer session on the final day.

Goals & Objectives:

The participants will:
  1. Review contemporary assessments for shoulder driver function, range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, and related sensation and proprioception.
  2. Become familiar with sophisticated manual diagnostics skills of listening, tissue tension, muscle and organ mobility and motility, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing.
  3. Be introduced to and gain supervised practice time for breakthrough MSC techniques of fascial releases, muscle energy balancing, positional releases, tissue tension and crush releases.
  4. Utilize the newest techniques in MSC, with both the roll and the recoiler.
  5. Be trained in vestibular mobilization and connection to pelvis joint receptors for optimal proprioception.
  6. Be presented advanced MSC techniques for bone bruise, tissue integrity and begin training in repair and regeneration manual intervention for fibrosis, scar tissue and for weakened tissue.
  7. Gain effective MSC strategies for immediate use with his/her patient population.

Outline:

Day One (7 hours) Day Two (7 hours)
8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Anatomy and Physiology 9:00 am Roll/Vestibular Mob/lab
10:00 am Manual Diagnostics 10:00 am Recoiler/lab
11:00 am Break 11:00 am Break
11:15 am Manual Diagnostics 11:15 am MSC
12:15 pm Lunch 12:15 pm Lunch
1: 45 pm Positional/Fascial/Lab 1:45 pm MSC
3:45 pm Break 3:00 pm Break
4:00 pm Muscle Energy/Organ Mobility/Motility/Lab 3:15 pm Tissue Integrity
6:00 pm Close 5:00 pm Patient Application
6:00 pm Close
 

Series 1: MSC for the Spine (Level 1)

(Pre-requisite for MSC for the Spine (Level 2).

Description:

This cutting edge workshop is for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and chiropractors interested in changing posture and alleviating symptoms.  This unique course targets the specific anatomy and biomechanics related to the full spine.  Students will review the tools for evaluating spinal function; range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, related sensation and proprioception, tissue tension, organ mobility and motility, listening, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing. Break through Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for the joints, ligaments, and disks of the spine are presented and practiced in a supervised lab practicum, that will include fascial principles, muscle energy principles, positional principles, tissue tension principles and crush principles.  Utilizing the newest techniques in MSC, tissue tension and pinching are addressed.  Participants will be trained in both the roll and the recoiler, as well as vestibular mobilization and connection to spinal receptors for optimal proprioception.  Advanced manual intervention for bone bruise, scar tissue and weakened tissue will be introduced and practiced during supervised lab practicum.  Applications for various patient populations will be discussed during the student question and answer session on the final day.

Goals & Objectives:

The participants will:
  1. Review full spinal anatomy, alignment and biomechanics.
  2. Review contemporary assessments for spinal function, range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, and related sensation and proprioception.
  3. Become familiar with sophisticated manual diagnostics skills of listening, tissue tension, muscle and organ mobility and motility, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing.
  4. Be introduced to and gain supervised practice time for breakthrough MSC techniques of fascial releases, muscle energy balancing, positional releases, tissue tension and crush releases.
  5. Utilize the newest techniques in MSC, with both the roller and the recoiler.
  6. Be trained in vestibular mobilization and connection to spinal joint receptors for optimal proprioception.
  7. Be presented advanced MSC techniques for bone bruise, tissue integrity and begin training in repair and regeneration manual intervention for bone bruise, scar tissue and for weakened tissue.
  8. Gain effective MSC strategies for immediate use with his/her patient population.

Outline:

Day One (7 hours) Day Two (7 hours)
8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Anatomy and Physiology 9:00 am Roll/Vestibular Mob/Lab
10:00 am Manual Diagnostics 10:00 am Recoiler/Lab
11:00 am Break 11:00 am Break
11:15 am Manual Diagnostics 11:15 am MSC
12:15 pm Lunch 12:15 pm Lunch
1: 45 pm Positional/Fascial/Lab 1:45 pm MSC
3:45 pm Break 3:00 pm Break
4:00 pm Muscle Energy/Organ Mobility/Motility/Lab 3:15 pm Tissue Integrity
6:00 pm Close 5:00 pm Patient Application
6:00 pm Close
 

Series 1: MSC for the Spine (Level 2)

(Pre-requisite for this class is MSC for the Spine Level 1)

Description:

This advanced seminar is for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and chiropractors successfully completing Level One and interested in break through techniques for changing posture and alleviating symptoms.  Reviewing the specific anatomy and biomechanics related to the full spine, students enhance their ability for evaluating spinal function; range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, related sensation and proprioception, tissue tension, organ mobility and motility, listening, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing. Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for the joints, ligaments, and disks of the spine are presented and practiced in a supervised lab practicum, that will include compartment and compression principles, fascial principles, muscle energy principles, positional principles, tissue tension principles and crush principles.  Participants will advance their skills with both the roll and the recoiler, as well as vestibular mobilization and connection to spinal receptors for optimal proprioception.  Advanced manual intervention for bone bruise, scar tissue and weakened tissue will be mastered during supervised lab practicum.  Applications for various patient populations will be discussed during the student question and answer session on the final day.

Goals & Objectives:

The participants will:
  1. Briefly review spinal anatomy, alignment and biomechanics.
  2. Advance assessment skills for spinal function, range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, and related sensation and proprioception.
  3. Gain sophisticated manual diagnostics skills of listening, tissue tension, muscle and organ mobility and motility, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing.
  4. Become skilled in breakthrough MSC techniques of compartment and compression releases, fascial releases, muscle energy balancing, positional releases, tissue tension and crush releases.
  5. Polish their skills with the newest techniques in MSC, with both the roller and the recoiler.
  6. Progress their skills in vestibular mobilization and connection to spinal joint receptors for optimal proprioception.
  7. Be presented advanced MSC techniques for bone bruise, tissue integrity and begin training in repair and regeneration manual intervention for bone bruise, scar tissue and for weakened tissue.
  8. Gain effective MSC strategies for immediate use with his/her patient population.

Outline:

Day One (7 hours) Day Two (7 hours)
8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Anatomy and Physiology 9:00 am Roll/Vestibular Mob/Lab
10:00 am Manual Diagnostics 10:00 am Recoiler/Lab
11:00 am Break 11:00 am Break
11:15 am Manual Diagnostics 11:15 am Compartment/Compression/Lab
12:15 pm Lunch 12:15 pm Lunch
1: 45 pm Positional/Fascial/Lab 1:45 pm MSC
3:45 pm Break 3:00 pm Break
4:00 pm Muscle Energy/Organ Mobility/Motility/Lab 3:15 pm Tissue Integrity
6:00 pm Close 5:00 pm Patient Application
6:00 pm Close
 

Series 4: SRP for the Forearm Driver, with the Wrist and Hand

Description:

A Symptom Recovery Model is One-on-One intervention, featuring the innovative balancing of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS), and opening of the Diaphragms, of the Global Start Up, as well as a unique Multiple Component Cycle of treatment.  This Symptom Recovery Program (SRP) for the Forearm Driver, with the Wrist and Hand follows these SRM principles for changing posture and alleviating Forearm Driver, with the wrist and hand symptoms. Following the specific anatomy, biomechanics and evaluation review, SRM principles are presented.  The Global Start Up for assessing and balancing the Autonomic Nervous System for optimal physiologic repair and regeneration is discussed with techniques practiced in a supervised lab practicum.  The Global Start Up for the Forearm Driver, with the Wrist and Hand continues as Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for opening and draining the compartments of the body segments are introduced and practiced.  Advanced MSC for the primary joints, ligaments, and muscles is presented and practiced in supervised lab practicums, to include fascial, muscle energy, positional, tissue tension and tissue integrity techniques.  MSC for the Forearm Driver includes supervised training in innovative techniques for vestibular mobilization and connection to forearm, wrist and hand receptors, for optimizing proprioception. As part of the SRM, Multiple Component Cycle Protocols will be presented that include Visualization, Sensory Assimilation, Modalities (Micro Current, Night Time Therapeutic Electrical Stimulation, Cold Laser, Phonophoresis), Taping, Corrective Pattern Resistive Exercise, and post exercise strategies for reducing inflammation and buildup of lactic acid.  Examples of SRP protocols and home program protocols, applications for various patient populations, and questions will complete this seminar.   This seminar is not to be missed!

Goals & Objectives:

The participants will:
  1. Review the forearm, wrist and hand anatomy, alignment, biomechanics, and assessment.
  2. Be introduced to The Global Start Up and practice the techniques for balancing the Autonomic Nervous System for optimal physiologic repair and regeneration.
  3. Become familiar with and practice MSC for opening and draining the compartments of the forearm.
  4. Gain supervised practice time for breakthrough Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for the primary joints,  ligaments, and muscles, that will include fascial principles, muscle energy principles, positional principles, tissue tension principles and crush principles.
  5. Be trained in breakthrough techniques for vestibular mobilization and connection to forearm, wrist and hand joint receptors, for optimizing proprioception.
  6. Gain practicum experience with advanced manual intervention for bone bruise, scar tissue and weakened tissue.
  7. Be introduced to Innovative Global Start Up, followed by a Multiple Component Cycle.
  8. Review protocols that include Visualization, Sensory Assimilation, Modalities (Micro Current, Night Time Therapeutic Electrical Stimulation, Cold Laser, Phonophoresis), Taping, Corrective Pattern Resistive Exercise, and post exercise strategies for reducing inflammation and buildup of lactic acid.
  9. Discuss SRP protocols, home program protocols, and applications for various patient populations.

Outline:

Day One (7 hours) Day Two (7 hours)
8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Anatomy, Physiology, and Dx 9:00 am Sensory Assim/Roll/Vestibular Mob/Lab
10:00 am SRM/Global Start Up 11:00 am Break
11:00 am Break 11:15 am Electrical Stim Protocols
11:15 am SRM/Global Start Up 12:00 pm Lunch
12:15 pm Lunch 1:30 pm Modality Protocols
1: 45 pm Multiple Component Cycle/MSC 2:30 pm Taping
3:45 pm Break 3:00 pm Break
4:00 pm Tissue Integrity/MSC/Lab 3:15 pm Corrective Resistive Pattern Ex/Lab
6:00 pm Close 4:30 pm Lymph Drainage, Chi Machine
5:00 pm SRP and home program protocols
6:00 pm Close
 

Series 4: SRP for the Shoulder Driver

Description:

A Symptom Recovery Model is One-on-One intervention, featuring the innovative balancing of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS), and opening of the Diaphragms, of the Global Start Up, as well as a unique Multiple Component Cycle of treatment. This Symptom Recovery Program (SRP) for the Shoulder Driver follows these SRM principles for changing posture and alleviating Shoulder Driver Symptoms. Following the specific anatomy, biomechanics and evaluation review, SRM principles are presented. The Global Start Up for assessing and balancing the Autonomic Nervous System for optimal physiologic repair and regeneration is discussed with techniques practiced in a supervised lab practicum. The Global Start Up for the Shoulder Driver continues as Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for opening and draining the cavities of the body segments are introduced and practiced. Advanced MSC for the primary joints, disks, ligaments, and muscles is presented and practiced in supervised lab practicums, to include fascial, muscle energy, positional, tissue tension and tissue integrity techniques. MSC for the Shoulder Driver includes supervised training in innovative techniques for vestibular mobilization and connection to Shoulder Driver joint receptors, for optimizing proprioception. As part of the SRM, Multiple Component Cycle Protocols will be presented that include Visualization, Sensory Assimilation, Modalities (Micro Current, Night Time Therapeutic Electrical Stimulation, Cold Laser, Phonophoresis), Taping, Corrective Pattern Resistive Exercise, and post exercise strategies for reducing inflammation and buildup of lactic acid. Examples of SRP protocols and home program protocols, applications for various patient populations, and questions will complete this seminar. This seminar is not to be missed.

Goals & Objectives:

The participants will:
  1. Review the upper spine, rib, and shoulder driver anatomy, alignment and biomechanics.
  2. Be introduced to The Global Start Up and practice the techniques for balancing the Autonomic Nervous System for optimal physiologic repair and regeneration.
  3. Become familiar with and practice MSC for opening and draining the cavities of the body segments.
  4. Gain supervised practice time for breakthrough Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for the primary joints, disks, ligaments, and muscles, that will include fascial principles, muscle energy principles, positional principles, tissue tension principles and crush principles.
  5. Be trained in breakthrough techniques for vestibular mobilization and connection to shoulder driver unit joint receptors, for optimizing proprioception.
  6. Gain practicum experience with advanced manual intervention for bone bruise, scar tissue and weakened tissue.
  7. Be introduced to Innovative Global Start Up, followed by a Multiple Component Cycle.
  8. Review protocols that include Visualization, Sensory Assimilation, Modalities (Micro Current, Night Time Therapeutic Electrical Stimulation, Cold Laser, Phonophoresis), Taping, Corrective Pattern Resistive Exercise, and post exercise strategies for reducing inflammation and buildup of lactic acid.
  9. Discuss SRP protocols, home program protocols, and applications for various patient populations.

Outline:

Day One (7 hours)   Day Two (7 hours)
8:30 am Registration  9:00 am  Sensory Assim/Roll/Vestibular Mob/lab
9:00 am Anatomy and Physiology, and DX 11:00 am  Break
10:00 am SRM/Global Start Up 11:15 am Electrical Stim Protocols
11:00 am Break 12:00 pm  Lunch
11:15 am SRM/Global Start Up 1:30 pm Modality Protocols
12:15 pm Lunch 2:30 pm  Taping
1: 45 pm Multiple Component Cycle/MSC 3:00 pm Break
3:45 pm Break 3:15 pm Corrective Resistive Pattern Ex/lab
4:00 pm Tissue Integrity/MSC/Lab 4:30 pm  Lymph Drainage, Chi Machine
6:00 pm Close 5:00 pm  SRP and home program protocols
6:00 pm  Close