Carrick Institute

On-Demand

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800 Series (15 hours)

  • 801 – Neuron Theory & Receptor Activation
  • 803 – Peripheral Nervous System
  • 804 – ­Spinal Cord
  • 805 -­ Reflexogenic Systems
  • 806 -­ Autonomic Nervous System
  • 807-­ Cerebellar Cortices
  • 808 -­ The Brain and It’s Environment
  • 809 – ­Cranial Nerves
  • 810 -­ Lobes of the Brain
  • 811-  Neurological Diagnosis
  • 812 – Sensory Systems
  • 813 – Pain
  • 814 – Head & Face Pain
  • 815 – Motor Systems
  • 818 – Clinical Applications I
  • 819-Clinical Applications II
  • 820-Clinical Applications II
  • 821-Clinical Applications IV
  • 822- Physical Exam
  • 899 – ­Interactive Metronome

TBI Series (25 hours)

  • 240 – Introduction to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury/Concussion
  • 241 – Eye movements and brain function
  • 242 – The role of the vestibular-optokinetic system
  • 243 – Understanding brain function and the saccadic system
  • 244 – Understanding brain function and disorders of visual pursuits and fixation
  • 245 – MTBI/Concussion and Neural Integration of the Vestibular Ocular System
  • 246 – Brain injury and conjugate eye movements
  • 247 – MTBI/Concussion and the consequences of Head, neck and eye function
  • 248 – Diagnosis and management of central vestibular concussions
  • 249 – Diagnosis and treatment of central disorders of human motility
  • 250 – Gait and Clinical Applications
  • 251 – Balance, Station and Gait Diagnosis and Treatment
  • 252 – Clinical Applications in Cerebellum
  • 253 – Clinical Applications
  • 255  – TBI Board Review

Amsterdam Classes (25 hour)

  • 270 – Quantitative Evaluation of Visual Saccades in Traumatic Brain Injury and Neurodegeneration
  • 271 – Pursuits
  • 272 – Gait and Neurological Syndromes
  • 273 – Clinical Symposium
  • 275 – Human Gait and Integrated Movement of the Head, Neck and Body
  • 276 – Advanced Human Gait and Integrated Movement of the Head, Neck and Body

 

 

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