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20191005 Long Tract Nerve Entrapment with Gross Anatomy in Hayward

20191005 Long Tract Nerve Entrapment with Gross Anatomy in Hayward
IMPORTANT: Course can only be used as a recertification every 5 years.
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Product Code: CR_LTNEWGA_2019.1005

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Long Tract Nerve Entrapment with Gross Anatomy
Location:Hayward, CA
October 5-6, 2019
Course Information
This unique course pairs the Long Tract Nerve Entrapment instruction in anatomy, palpation, with a dissection of a human cadaver to support learning. The technique is designed to see and move the entire nerve as much as possible while maximizing the motion of the nerve relative to the anatomic structure adjacent to it.

Manual techniques are utilized to move the nerve while surrounding tissues is locked out under tension. The system allows for relative motion between the nerve and the tissue freeing up entrapments.

Evaluation and treatment occur simultaneously.

The course emphasizes the manipulation of the neuro-musculoskeletal system to diagnose and correct alterations in tissue movement, and function.

Providers must have successfully completed Upper and Lower Extremity.

  • We recommend registering between 4-6 weeks before the course to allow for adequate preparation time
  • Long Tract manual and DVD will be shipped upon receipt of payment
  • Strong anatomy knowledge is required for success

Course Schedule
Saturday, October 5:8:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday, October 6:8:00am to 12:00pm

What to Expect
  • 80% hands-on, 20% lecture
  • Casual and comfortable dress attire
  • Please bring your portable chiropractic table
  • Lunch break approximately one hour, near noon (at instructor discretion) as well as two 15-minute breaks (snacks will be provided)

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