Finding Dysfunction: A Master Clinician's Approach to Finding the Cause of Patients' Pain is organized by Great Lakes Seminars (GLS) and will be held from Dec 05 - 06, 2020 at Presbyterian Healthplex, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States of America. This Course has been approved for a maximum of 16 continuing education hours.
This class will give the participant a unique and systematic framework for assessing the body and finding the true cause (what we call the driver) of a patient’s limitation of motion and / or symptoms The major focus-points of the approach are the muscle, joint, fascial, and compensatory barriers that a patient has in their system that are causing their limitation of motion and / or symptoms. The student will learn to assess the body in such a way that they will look beyond the pain area and find the dysfunctions causing the limitation of motion and / or symptoms, which are often times in other parts of the body. The 2-day course will cover the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle, and foot including looking at spinal referred pain.
At the completion of this seminar, the participant will be able to:
• synthesize data from a clinical exam to develop a master-level approach to finding the root cause of upper and lower extremity pain.
• identify 4 pathological barriers to motion which can contribute to peripheral joint pain.
• apply the Joint-Muscle-Fascia-Compensation Framework to justify single and multiple dysfunctions that can contribute to peripheral joint pain.
• devise 1-2 pain pathways for upper and lower extremity joints in all 3 planes of motion.
• apply the Hypo-Hyper Compensation Model, and as outlined in the manual, and identify 4 ways in which this model contributes to the origin of peripheral joint pain.
• accurately describe the significance of applying the Test-Treat-Retest concept and justify the use of 1-2 manual therapy techniques for each pathological barrier to motion.
• explain 2 mechanisms by which mechanical pain is perceived in the brain.
• interpret 3 key pieces of the patient's subjective history that give the clinician information by which to find dysfunction effectively and efficiently.
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|Course Fee||04 Dec,2020||USD 575.00|
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