Neural Dynamic Reintegration / Neuromuscular Re-education I

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18 CEUs

Course Description:

1. To understand the neurophysiology of joints and muscles.
2. To understand the principles of motor control and how injury deprograms cord level reflexes.
3. To understand how impaired afference affects postural (tonic) vs. dynamic (phasic) muscle systems.
4. To understand the functional connections of the upper and lower extremities to the trunk.
5. To be able to identify and understand the common compensatory patterns in humans.
6. To be able to identify and treat faulty movement patterns in the pelvic and shoulder girdle.
7. To learn manual stretch techniques and self-stretch techniques for common pelvic and shoulder girdle hypertonic muscle groups.
8. To learn retraining/re-education exercises for common pelvic and shoulder girdle hypotonic muscle groups.

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