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Faulty Movement Patterns, Hour 1 of 10, Functional Pathology A

This hour is one of a 10-hour live event that is best if viewed in order. Dr. Liebenson teaches how to evaluate a patient’s movement patterns, detect faulty patterns, and create programs to correct specific functional abnormalities. When an injury occurs, the body adapts, resulting in faulty biomechanics. In this 10-hour series, Dr. Liebenson teaches …

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AIDS and Infectious Disease, Hour 1 of 3, What You Should Know About The Flu

Dr. Tyler Cyment In this hour, Dr. Cyment explains how influenza impacts society, the practitioner, and practice. He provides a thorough review of the topic, including the impact in the community, epidemiology, population at the highest risk, immunization considerations, transmission at work, and practical steps to reduce infection within a practice. This hour is one …

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Low Tech Rehab in Whiplash, Hour 1 0f 4, Functional Exercise Progression System

Dr. Jay Greenstein In this hour, Dr. Greenstein teaches a systematic approach to rehabilitation. He explains how to implement a rehabilitative program within the office that covers: four considerations of exercise, muscles prone to weakness versus tightness, pain and inflammation effect on function, joint integrity, mobility, ROM, muscle length, sensory and reflex integrity. He also …

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Care for Advanced Arthritis, Joint/Hip/Spinal Implants, Hour 1 of 13, Introduction and General Concepts

Dr. William Ruch This hour is one of thirteen in this course provided by Dr. William Ruch. The course will teach doctors advanced concepts and techniques used by leading practitioners to treat patients with arthritis and other chronic health conditions. It will offer the practitioner much-needed insight into different arthritic conditions and several health considerations …

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Risk Management Considerations of Treating Patients With Altered or Painful Breast Structures, Hour 1 of 7, Anatomy of the Breast and Anterior Thoracic Cage

This hour is one of seven in this course. The course will teach the anatomy and physiology of the breasts and anterior thoracic structures. Dr. Paul Evans delves into the many abnormalities, conditions, dangers, and precautions to take when treating patients in the prone position. This course will describe the common dysfunctions, surgical procedures, and …

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Muscle Testing and Exercise Prescription, Hour 1 of 9, Muscle Testing the Lower Extremity 1

This course will teach you how to test the strength and function of muscles to discover muscle weakness, pathology, and faulty biomechanics. This hour is one of nine. It will focus on the lower extremity muscles, including the gluteus medius and minimus, [soas, tensor fascia latae, gracilis, pectineus, adductor brevis and magnus, tibialis anterior and …

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Risk Management in the Multi-Disciplinary Practice, Hour 1 of 4, The MD-DC Practice Model

This hour is one of four in Dr. Michael Carberry’s course on the risks to consider when operating a multi-disciplinary practice. It will teach you the most advanced concepts regarding the risks and benefits, along with the laws and regulations associated with starting and managing a multi-disciplinary practice. In addition, he provides you with information …

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Magnetic Resonance Therapy and Chiropractic, Hour 1 of 2, Understanding Magnetic Resonance Therapy

This course provides the principles and science regarding how cells respond to magnetic fields and how clinicians can use this information to improve their treatment programs and patient outcomes. This program is a lecture given by an expert in this field of science. If you are interested in understanding this type of therapy, you will …

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Integrative Myofascial Release, Hour 1 of 5, Introduction to Integrated Myofascial Release Techniques

Dr. Jean Paul Amonte The Integrative Myofascial Release (IMR) course is a five-hour series. Dr. Jean Paul Amonte explains and demonstrates the components of IMR, including assessment, client positioning, techniques, and rehabilitative exercises. He presents several hand techniques, including Swedish, Russian, and Western. He also covers several ways to get a muscle in contraction to …

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Rehabilitation of the Athlete, Hour 1 of 10, Introduction to Functional Medicine

This hour is one of a ten-hour live workshop. In this hour, Dr. Liebenson teaches how to detect and correct the faulty movement patterns that contribute to patient complaints, reduced strength, and performance: Faulty movement patterns can lead to chronic disease and instability in the average person and the elite athlete. This hour can be …

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