Instructor: Dr. Adam Klotzek
Osseous adjusting techniques are one of the quickest most effective ways to change the function of the nervous system. Often overlooked or disregarded, many practitioners have unfortunately abandoned its use. From an anatomical and neurophysiological standpoint, it is impossible to achieve maximum human stability and performance with the presence of dysfunctional joints. This is complexed by the integrated relationship between joint function and brain integration. A change is one effects the other and to optimize function both must be addressed in concert.
This seminar does it all. It incorporates the unification of theories in vestibular, ocular and joint receptor systems into a systematic approach that will sure to maximize the results of any joint manipulative technique that you utilize. You will master the ability to see through the segregated evaluative procedures that is commonly used in adjusting techniques and be able to competently apply any technique under a unifying integrated model.
Dress is casual as this module is designed to have a high degree of hands-on practicums that will ensure each learner attains a competency in the evaluation and treatment applications presented.
The Benefit to You:
If you are a practitioner that uses adjusting and or osseous manipulative techniques in your office this seminar is a must for you. The main benefit is a complete paradigm shift into a completely updated model of how these techniques work. You will begin to see how articular neurology is intimately interwoven into the function of the vestibular, ocular and higher brain integrative systems. This will allow you to achieve deeper insights that will undoubtedly benefit you and your patients by achieving quicker and better results. The body is a structure that is made up of multiple systems all working in an integrated symbiotic fashion. What you will learn at this seminar is one of the first attempts to pull this information together and present to you in a compact digestible fashion that will benefit you for many years to come.
October 6, 2018
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
October 7, 2018