Neurodynamic Treatment with Motor Control Retraining Neck and Upper Quadrant - Trunk & Lower Quadrant
The nervous system may become reactive and sensitized through many processes. One such process is through abnormal movement patterns. On this course the base neurodynamic tests are reviewed we will show how correcting movement patterns can influence neurodynamic reactivity. Examples will be highlighted where movement control rehabilitation and neurodynamics do not agree i.e. when the ideal movement pattern actually places more stress on neural structures. This course will provide participants with skills in analysing movement in relation to neurodynamic reactivity. Motor control retraining strategies will be introduced using a comprehensive and evidence based clinical reasoning process. The course may be done as a two day course or more detailed course broken up into two parts (neck – upper quadrant & trunk – lower quadrant)
It is an advantage to have knowledge of neurodynamic testing and treatment and be familiar with correcting movement patterns, however they are not prerequisites.
- Understand now movement may contribute to reactivity of the nervous system
- Use motor control retraining strategies to treat neurodynamic reactivity
- Understand when normal movement can aggravate sensitive neural tissue and problem solve to use other techniques
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