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Sep 19 - 20, 2020 | CE Hours 16 | USD $575 | Toledo, Ohio
Advanced Dynamic Anatomy: Bridging the Gap between Anatomy & Treatment is organized by Great Lakes Seminars (GLS) and will be held from Sep 19 - 20, 2020 at NOMS CPW Healthcare, Toledo, Ohio, United States of America. Accreditation: This course has been submitted for 16 continuing education hours. Approval amounts may vary per state. Certificates of attendance with the number of course hours will be given to each participant at the completion of the course. Course Description: This class will give the clinician the ability to find the cause of muscle weakness and the patient’s pain based on functional anatomy principles. This will enable the clinician to direct their patients to a quicker, more successful recovery. Attendees will learn how to palpate all muscles that are responsible for dysfunction along with learning the difference between muscle function and action, so they will be able to immediately recognize muscle dysfunction and identify the specific muscle at fault. Come learn what to do with the muscular system we were never taught in school. This course will definitely change the way you view finding the cause of common orthopedic problems and make treatment easier. Attendees should have a basic knowledge of anatomy as this is an applied anatomy course. As with all of our manual therapy courses, this seminar will follow a progression of principles and reinforce them throughout the 16 hours, is at least 75% hands-on lab, and will give the clinician hands-on skills they can use immediately upon their return to the clinical setting. Course Objectives: At the completion of this seminar, the participant will be able to: • Confidently palpate and correctly differentiate each of the muscles covered in class in the upper extremity, the trunk and the lower extremity • Correctly and independently state and locate the origin and insertion of each of the muscles covered in the class • Independently demonstrate and verbalize how 10 muscle dysfunctions relate to common symptom patterns found within the body.