Mobilization of the Nervous System The Mobile Nervous System, Clinical Reasoning and Pain
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Communication is the prime function of the nervous system. To achieve this, Neurons and their associated tissues must have considerable mechanical abilities, which allow electrochemical communication in a wide variety of positions and movements. Neurodynamic tests (sensitivity and mechanics of the nervous system) require considerable handling and communication skills. To best integrate these and other physical techniques, clinicians should have stellar reasoning skills and understand modern neurobiology, which includes peripheral and central nervous system sensitivity. This seminar provides insights into a wide variety of commonly encountered disorders such as plantar fascitis, whiplash, carpal tunnel syndrome, low back pain, nerve root disorders and fibromyalgia.
VA: Approved for online continuing education