Clinical Applications of Joint Manipulation with Prof. Frederick Carrick & Dr. Klotzek On-Demand

$499.00

This program of study is central to the hands-on manipulation/adjusting of joints without the use of instrumentation or anesthesia. Our program is designed to promote maximum skill acquisition in high-velocity low-amplitude (HVLA) manipulation/adjusting techniques by the practicing clinician. The participant will be immersed in practical application learning scenarios based upon a neurological model of health care.
2 years of access after purchasing. This is a non-refundable purchase.

Faculty – Prof. Frederick Carrick

Continuing Education – 8 hours

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Description

Module 824: Clinical Applications of Joint Manipulation
with Prof. Frederick Carrick & Dr. Adam Klotzek
This module was filmed in 2017 with supplemental videos with Dr. Klotzek.

Learning Objectives:
At the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
• Understand the indications and contra-indications of spinal and extremity manipulation/adjustment of joints.
• Utilize techniques that are specific to the doctor’s individual body type.
• Utilize techniques that are specific to the patient’s individual body type and neurological status.
• Utilize neurological diagnostic skills in the choice of manipulative/adjustive therapy applications.
• Understand neurological signs that would dictate the areas of manipulation/adjustment and be able to measure the consequences of these therapies.
• Understand the integration of head and eye movements and their role in manipulation/adjustment of the spine.
• Learn and perform coupled manipulations/adjustments to the cervical spine, thoracic spine, lumbar spine and sacro-iliac joints.
• Learn and perform manipulations/adjustments to the temporomandibular joint, sternocostal, costovertebral and costotransvers rib joints, shoulder joints, clavicles, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, and foot.
This program of study is central to the hands-on manipulation/adjusting of joints without the use of instrumentation or anesthesia. Our program is designed to promote maximum skill acquisition in high-velocity low-amplitude (HVLA) manipulation/adjusting techniques by the practicing clinician. The participant will be immersed in practical application learning scenarios based upon a neurological model of health care.

Faculty – Prof. Frederick Carrick  & Dr. Adam Kloztzek

Continuing Education – 8 hours