MSC for Peripheral Nerves



August 22 – 23, 2015

This cutting edge workshop is for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and chiropractors interested in changing posture and alleviating symptoms. This unique course targets the specific anatomy and biomechanics related to the spine, peripheral nerve roots, neural plexus, all the way through the full length of the peripheral nerves. Students will review the tools for evaluating the peripheral nerve function; range of motion, related muscle strength and muscle motility, related sensation and proprioception, tissue tension, neural mobility and motility, listening, pressure scans, and inhibitory balance testing. Break through Manual Structural Correction (MSC) for the nerve roots, plexus, and peripheral nerves are presented and practiced in a supervised lab practicum, that will include fascial principles, muscle energy principles, positional principles, tissue tension principles and crush principles. Utilizing the newest techniques in MSC, neural tissue tension, pinching, invaginations, double and triple crushes are addressed. Advanced manual intervention for neural fibrosis, scar tissue and weakened tissue will be introduced and practiced during supervised lab practicum. Applications for various patient populations will be discussed during the student question and answer session on the final day.

Early Registration is discounted down to only $300 per two day class. Multiple Course Registration Discount of an additional $50 off of the applicable Regular or Early Discounted Registration fee, for each multiple class registration received, confirmed, and charged at the identical time. This applies for one student registering for multiple workshops at one time, and for 2 or more students registering together for the same seminar. Same Diagnosis Discount of 50% requires receipt of a currently dated MD Script documenting both the student’s diagnosis and the MD permission to participate in the class. This ‘Same Diagnosis’ documentation must be unquestionable that the student’s diagnosis is the same as the workshop’s title and must be received with the student’s registration, confirmation and payment. Discounts for are applied based on the fax date and time of the clearly completed registration form. Please contact us directly for discounts other than Early Registration.

(855) 922-4183