Workshops

NME2 VIRTUAL Sept. 15, 21, 30, Oct 4 2020

NME2: Neuromeningeal Explorations and Clinical Applications of NM2 and NM3
NME2 VIRTUAL Sept. 15, 21, 30, Oct 4 2020

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Description:
~Neuromeningeal Explorations: Anatomy and Biomechanics of the CNS; September 15
In this two-part program, we will begin by exploring the anatomy, biomechanics and how it relates to the neuromeningeal system. Expanding on this, we will consider how trauma to these specific tissues can manifest symptomatically, with the intention to deepen your understanding of neuromeningeal dynamics and to help you bring this reality into your practice.

~Neuromeningeal Explorations: Clinical Applications for NM1; September 21
In this program we will discuss and demonstrate assessment of a patient utilizing NM1 skills, which include General Listening, Cranial Listening at the vertex, and Listening at rectus capitis posterior minor and sacrum. Relevant mobility and range of motion tests will be included. Treatment will include NM1 techniques depending on the needs of the patient. In addition, we will discuss clinical cases that include NM1 techniques.

~Neuromeningeal Explorations: Anatomy and Biomechanics of the PNS and its Relationship to the CNS; September 30
In part two of this program, with a focus on the peripheral nerves of the upper and lower extremities, we will look at anatomy, biomechanics and how it relates to the neuromeningeal system. Expanding on this, we will consider how trauma to these specific tissues can manifest symptomatically, with the intention to deepen your understanding of neuromeningeal dynamics and to help you bring this reality into your practice.

~Neuromeningeal Explorations: Clinical Applications for NM2 and NM3; October 4
In this program we will discuss and demonstrate assessment of a patient utilizing NM2 and NM3 skills. Expanding upon and including evaluative concepts in NM1 clinical applications (General Listening, Cranial Listening at the vertex, and Listening at the rectus capitis posterior minor and sacrum), we will evaluate the upper and lower extremities of two patients. One patient will be an adult with orthopedic issues. The second patient will be a baby with torticollis. Relevant mobility and range of motion tests will be included. Treatment will include NM2 and NM3 techniques depending on the needs of the patient. In addition, we will discuss clinical cases that include NM2 and NM3 techniques (e.g., tennis elbow, shoulder dysfunction, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, as well as application for athletes and children).

This course will be recorded. You will have the ability to access this recording for approximately 1 year.

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