Each month, the California Chiropractic Association is arranging a special tuition discount on Carrick Institute Education for its CCA members.
Make sure to check monthly for a special deal just for you!
SEPTEMBER TUITION SPECIALS
Receive a $299 tuition discount off Prepayment Tuition for ReceptorBased® Essentials Series. Use code: RBESF19
Take an additional $99 off our Tuition Special for the Month for a total savings of $449 on our Neurorehabilitation of the Basal Ganglia, available for online, self-paced learning
Featured Live Program of the Month: ReceptorBased® Essentials
Beginning September 28-29th, 2019 in San Francisco, CA
Tuition Discount of $299 off ReceptorBased® Essentials Pre-payment for the Entire Course Bundle, use code: RBESF19
Over the past 6 years, the Carrick Institute has been hard at work behind the scenes creating what will become one of the most influential programs in modern healthcare. This NEW CI program was designed with one purpose in mind – to develop an evidence-based, application-driven educational series, which teaches easy-to-implement clinical strategies in just 5 modules. In the end, we are confident that ReceptorBased® Essentials (RBE) will allow you to deliver unprecedented clinical results to your patients.
ReceptorBased® Essentials is the ONLY five-module, 85-hour program, consisting of LIVE, hands-on, research-supported, clinically-proven training, taught in a research-validated method, to enable you to apply ReceptorBased® Rehabilitation effectively in your practice.
Featured Online Program of the Month: Neurorehabilitation of the Basal Ganglia
Available for online, self-paced learning
Take an additional $99 off our Monthly Tuition Special Price for Neurorehabilitation of the Basal Ganglia (for a total savings of $449)
The 3-day online class will address all of the following critical topics:
- Evolution of basal ganglionic development
- How to clinically assess the basal ganglia
- 3 groups of descending motor pathways
- Medial vs lateral motor systems
- 8 ways the basal ganglia contributes to movement
- Role of the basal ganglia in control of posture and locomotion
- Basal ganglia and its relationship to eye movements
- Neurotransmitters and their interaction with the basal ganglia
- The 3 pathways in the basal ganglia (direct, indirect, and hyperdirect) and their relevance towards rehabilitation
- Understanding the phasic input and tonic output concept of the basal ganglia
- Having the ability to link movement disorders to basal ganglionic structures
- Single vs complex joint movement on basal ganglionic activity
- The context-dependent role of the basal ganglia
- Understanding 4 basal ganglia syndromes that cause behavioral problems
- The relationship between the basal ganglia and drug addiction
- The basal ganglia’s relationship with the limbic system
- Role of the basal ganglia on habit learning and memory
- Deep brain stimulation as an emerging tool for movement disorders and implications towards neurorehabilitation
- Understanding the pathophysiology of Parkinson’s disease, multiple system atrophy, progressive supranuclear palsy, corticobasal degeneration, essential tremor, task-specific tremor, Huntington’s disease, Tourette’s syndrome, myoclonic disorders, and dystonia.
After this module, you will have a firm graph on the understanding of functional neuroanatomy and physiology in relation to patients with basal ganglionic disorders. This information will translate into assessment and applied clinical neuroscience treatment techniques that you can then incorporate with your patients.