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Fri, Apr 12


Ewald Conference Center

Michael Shacklock in the Twin Cities (Regular Price)

Registration for Clinical Neurodynamics with Michael Shacklock, PT (Upper and Lower Quarter combined). The dates are April 12-15th, 2019.

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 Michael Shacklock in the Twin Cities (Regular Price)
 Michael Shacklock in the Twin Cities (Regular Price)

Time & Location

Apr 12, 2019, 8:00 AM – Apr 15, 2019, 5:00 PM

Ewald Conference Center, 1000 Westgate Dr, St Paul, MN 55114, USA

About the event

Course Description

Upper & Lower Quarter Neurodynamics

Presented by Michael Shacklock and based on his innovative and internationally acclaimed, best-selling text "Clinical Neurodynamics" these widely hosted hands-on courses have been running for 20 years and are offered globally at universities, elite sports centers, and hospitals.

These practical hands-on courses take the therapist from the old concepts of neural tension to a new concept of neurodynamics. Shacklock's neurodynamic concept is presented clearly and methodically and offers the clinician new techniques for diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal problems with a neural component. The Shacklock concept helps the therapist select and perform new diagnostic and treatment techniques without provoking symptoms and progresses 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 practicing 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

Scientifically support with evidence-based research and real-time videos of nerve movement

What You Learn

Understand how nerves move

Painless nerve root mobilisations

How to exclude neurodynamic disorders

Differentiate between musculoskeletal and neurodynamic components

Make a neurodynamic diagnosis

Technique progressions from low to high functional levels

How to create, select and perform the best techniques for your patients

Manual precision of neurodynamic technique

How to detect contraindications for neurodynamic treatment

Course Objectives

Improve and 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 neurodynamic testing and musculoskeletal relationships

Clinician’s repertoire of diagnosis and treatment of techniques

Safety in relation to neurodynamics

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