Peripheral Nerve Manipulation; Upper Body (NM2)
Course Length: 3 days. CPD: 18 hours
Cost: Full price $1020 incl GST,
Early Bird $860 incl GST (payment in full required 6 weeks prior to course commencement)
Repeat $620 incl GST
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NM 2 focuses on the twists and torsions of the peripheral nerves, and how transverse tensions in the upper extremities can affect the central nervous system. Students will learn how to free the length of the upper neuro meninges as they emerge from the cervical spine, become the brachial plexus, and divide into individual nerves terminating at the wrist and hand. This is an invaluable class for those wishing to understand how neural tensions contribute to such common complaints as neck pain, headache, tennis elbow or carpal tunnel syndrome. It can be taken after NM 1 and is an excellent adjunct class to VM 4, the Thorax.
Explore in detail the anatomy and function of the peripheral nerves of the upper body.
Discover typical pain patterns that arise from dysfunction of these peripheral nerves.
Learn evaluation methods and treatment techniques to facilitate normal functioning of these peripheral nerves.
Discover various methods for releasing restrictions in nerves.
Explore practical integration into treatment sessions.
Neural Manipulation: Neuromeningeal Manipulation; An Integrative Approach to Trauma (NM1)
Required Advance Reading: Manual Therapy for Peripheral Nerves by Jean-Pierre Barral, RPT, DO; and Alain Croibier, D.O. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to order
Atlas of Human Anatomy by Frank Netter, MD and/or
A Regional Atlas of the Human Body by Carmine Clemente