PERIPHERAL NERVE MANIPULATION:
LOWER BODY (NM3)
DATE OF UPCOMING NM3 WORKSHOP
to be determined
Neural Manipulation examines mechanical relationships between the cranium/spine hard frame to the dura and neural elements. It provides assessment and treatment approaches to address restrictions of the dural and neural components not commonly focused on with musculoskeletal symptoms. Neural Manipulation identifies and releases local nerve restrictions while at the same time examines the effect these local fixations have on the rest of the body, and by accessing this relationship, resolves the more comprehensive (global) dysfunctional patterns.
A nerve only functions correctly when it is able to move feely within its surrounding structures. The modality of Neural Manipulation facilitates nerve conductivity and intraneural blood supply for local and systemic responsiveness. By understanding the detailed anatomy of the neural manipulation, one can clearly see the potential for pathological change when nerves are restricted.
Manual therapy, as it applies to the treatment of nerves, follows the standard principles of mobility and function. For optimal function nerves must be able to move freely within its surroundings. This freedom of movement is essential for:
- nerve conduction
- electromagnetic conduction
- intraneural blood supply
- intraneural nerve supply
- local and systemic responsiveness
This course explores evaluation and treatment techniques for peripheral nerves of the lower body.
- Physiology of the Nervous System
- Characteristics of Lower Limb’s Nervous System
- Dura Mater Release: Upper Spinal Section
- Sciatic Nerve, Level - L4-L5
- Intervertebral Soft Tissue Manipulations, Supine and Prone Positions
- Femoral Nerve - Physiology, Pathology and Symptomatology
- Saphenous Nerve - Physiology, Pathology and Symptomatology
- Obturator Nerve - Physiology, Pathology and Symptomatology
- Lateral Cutaneous Nerve, Visceral Connections Inguinal Canal, Anatomy
- Iliohypogastric, Ilio-inguinal and Genitofemoral Nerves
- Pudendal Nerve (externally)
- Levator Ani Muscle (externally)
- Lower Part of the Sciatic Nerve; Medial and Lateral Plantar Nerves
- Morton Disease
- Hallux Valgus Treatment
- Nervous System, Visceral Connections
- Intercostal Nerves, Visceral Connections
Upledger Institute Hungary / Barral Institute Hungary
2051 Biatorbágy, Keserűkút u. 101/73
Workshop schedule is subject to change. Workshop may run late each day in order to be able to cover all material planned for that day.
Roberto Bonanzinga, D.O., BI-D (Italy) - Instructor
The organizer reserves the right to change the location, instructor and teaching assistant of the workshop about which applicants will be informed via e-mail.
620.00 EUR including 1 copy of NM2 Study Guide, but does not include travel, food and accommodation expenses.
For repeaters: 320.00 EUR
PAYMENT METHOD AND CONDITIONS
Tuition fee is to be paid at registration via bank wire or in cash after preliminary confirmation.
Cancellation deadline free of liquidated damages: the 42nd day prior the first day of the course. The amount of liquidated damages in case of a cancellation of 42-35 days prior the first day of the course is 50% of the Tuition Fee, and in case of a cancellation of 35-28 days prior the first day of the course it is 70% of the Tuition Fee. In case of a cancellation within 28 days prior the first day of the course, the amount of liquidated damages is the total Tuition Fee. 130.00 EUR that is One hundred thirty EUR Registration Fee is included in the Tuition Fee. In case of a cancellation this amount is not refunded.
Licensed or certified healthcare professionals or students, including Massage Therapists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Naturopaths, Athletic Trainers, Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Acupuncturists, Nurses, and other allied healthcare professionals.
- Agreement to comply with our general principles and rules of procedures (Code of Ethics)
- Approval of the Head of the Course Organizer that is Upledger Institute Hungary Ltd.
- Submission of the application documents (Application Form and a recent photo) within the given application deadline
- Complete payment of the Tuition Fee within the given deadline.
Application form can be downloaded by clicking on the links at the bottom of the page. Please return the completed form with a recent photograph of you attached to the following name and address by post until May 1, 2020:
Upledger Institute Hungary Kft.
Keserűkút u. 101/73, Hungary
Please, also send a copy of your completed form to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
We leave it up to each prospective student to assume responsibility for advance preparation; we cannot screen students for their level of readiness. You may, however, find yourself frustrated and left behind if you do not study before hand. It is suggested that you read through the Visceral Manipulation II text book and look up the terms for the following lists of terms and structures provided. It is also recommended that you begin your study well in advance of the scheduled workshops to allow for unforeseen interruptions and a comfortable learning pace. We want this to be an interesting and intriguing educational experience for all of you.
Wearing loose, comfortable, layered clothing and indoor slippers during the course is recommended. Avoid wearing tight clothes. As several techniques require the touch of the bare skin, it is inevitable to wear such clothing which allows the skin to be accessed easily. Due to the nature of the method, nails have to be cut short.
At the end of the training students will receive a certification issued by The Barral Institute. The issue of the certification is subject to the students’ presence during the whole period of the course, as well as, to their active participation and cooperation. The issued certificate does not qualify for individual medical activity!
L. Bennett, Osteopath