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P-DTR LISBON
Foundation (EN) - Module 2

2 - 6 Dec 2019 | 2nd edition

 

The Foundation Series provides a comprehensive curriculum designed to introduce students to functional neurology. This encapsulates full assessment of the body for any number of afferent dysfunctions and instruction on how to reset information from aberrant pathways. Students will gain a thorough understanding of how the body creates basic dysfunctions and compensatory patterns and most importantly, the systematic process that has been developed to treat these dysfunctions on a permanent basis.

 
 
 

 
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Overview

• Neurogait I
• Neurogait II
• Gait inhibition
• Palo-alto

• Pilus
• Pelvic categories
• Golgi organ dysfunctions
• Pressure and vibration dysfunctions

 

P-DTR Foundation Series | Module 2

4 | NEUROGAIT I

  • Location of Nerve Endings

    • Type I Golgi

    • Type II Golgi

    • Type III Golgi

    • Type IV Golgi

  • Rules of muscles

    • Flexor stretching rule

    • Extensor stretching rule

  • Ligaments

    • Golden rules of ligament testing

    • Ligament physiology

    • Rules of ligaments

      • Limb rotation during gait

    • Nutrition for ligaments

  • Rules of Joint Capsules

  • Joint Capsule Golgis vs. Non-Joint Capsule Golgis

  • Rules of Joint Hyaline Cartilage

  • Rules of Joint Fibro Cartilage

  • Rules of the Spinal Ligaments

    • Anterior Longitudinal Ligament

    • Posterior Longitudinal Ligament

    • Supraspinous Ligament

    • Interspinous Ligament

    • Ligamentum Flavum

    • Intertransverse Ligament

  • Rules of the Talus

  • Rules of the hyoid, earlobes, nose, and lips

  • Ligament Palpation and Muscle/Ligament Relationships

    • Pelvic ligaments

    • Hip ligaments

    • Knee ligaments

    • Ankle/foot ligaments

    • Sternal and clavicular ligaments

    • Shoulder ligaments

    • Elbow/wrist ligaments

    • Organ suspension ligaments

  • Rules of bones

5| NEUROGAIT II

  • Gait: Types of Sensory Input

    • Effect of stepping rate in stance and swing phases

  • Automatic gait

  • Cerebellum and gait

  • Gait phases

    • Phase 1: Initial contact

    • Phase 2: Loading response

    • Phase 3: Mid stance

    • Phase 4: Terminal stance

    • Phase 5: Pre-swing

    • Phase 6: Initial swing

    • Phase 7: Mid swing

    • Phase 8: Terminal swing

  • Mechanical breakdown of stance phase

    • Chopart joint

    • Lisfrank joint

    • Foot divisions

      • Talar foot

      • Calcaneal foot

  • Joint ligaments and involved muscles

    • Talonavicular joint ligaments

    • Cuneonavicular joint ligaments

    • Calcaneocuboid joint ligaments

    • Talocalcaneal/subtalar joint ligaments

    • Interphalangeal joint of the 1st toe ligaments

    • Tibiotalar joint ligaments

    • Metatarsophalangeal joint of the 1st toe ligaments

    • Metatarsophalangeal joint of the 2nd toe ligaments

    • Metatarsophalangeal joint of the 3rd toe ligaments

    • Metatarsophalangeal joint of the 4th toe ligaments

    • Metatarsophalangeal joint of the 5th toe ligaments

    • Anterior tibiotalar deltoid ligament

    • Tibionavicular deltoid ligament

    • Posterior tibiocalcaneal deltoid ligament

    • Posterior tibiotalar deltoid ligament

    • Anterior talofibular ligament

    • Calcaneofibular ligament

    • Posterior talofibular ligament

6 | GAIT INHIBITION

  • Background

  • Symptoms

  • Testing procedure

  • Inhibition patterns

  • Treatment

    • Forward gait

    • Backward gait

  • Iliolumbar ligament

7 | PALO-ALTO

  • Background

  • Testing procedure

    • Posterior

    • Anterior

    • Lateral

    • Oblique

    • Adductor

    • K1

8 | PILUS

  • Background

    • Hypothesis of Illi

    • Hypothesis of Kapandji

    • Location of receptors

  • Symptoms

  • Testing procedure

  • Treatment

9 | PELVIC CATEGORIES

  • Pelvic category I

    • Location of receptors

    • Symptoms and presentation

    • Related muscles

    • Treatment

  • Pelvic category II posterior ilium

    • Location of receptors

    • Symptoms and presentation

    • Related muscles

    • Treatment

  • Pelvic category II posterior ischium

    • Location of receptors

    • Symptoms and presentation

    • Related muscles

    • Treatment

  • Pelvic category II symphysis pubis

    • Location of receptors

    • Symptoms and presentation

    • Related muscles

    • Treatment

  • Pelvic category III

    • Location of receptors

    • Symptoms and presentation

    • Related muscles

    • Treatment

  • Sacral distortion

    • Location of receptors

    • Symptoms and presentation

    • Related muscles

    • Treatment

10 | GOLGI ORGAN DYSFUNCTIONS

  • Golgi-golgi dysfunctions

    • Location of receptors

    • Pathways

      • Spinocerebellar Pathway

      • Dorsal Column Medial Lemniscus

    • Joint capsule golgis vs. non-joint capsule golgis

      • Normal vs. dysfunctional responses

    • TS Line and golgi dysfunctions

  • Golgi-pacini dysfunctions

    • Pacinian corpuscles

    • Differentiating golgis vs. pacinis

      • Rules and application of “rebound”

      • Determining golgi-golgi pairs vs. golgi-pacini pairs

11 | PRESSURE AND VIBRATION DYSFUNCTIONS

  • Pacinian corpuscles

  • Vibratory receptors

    • Ruffini endings

      • Frequency

      • Location

    • Meissner’s corpuscles

      • Frequency

      • Location

    • Krause’s corpuscles

      • Frequency

      • Location

  • Use of tuning forks

    • Universal vibratory challenge

      • Locations

      • Rules of universal vibratory points

 

Facilities

09h00 - 17h00
Hotel Real Oeiras, Paço de Arcos

 

CANCELLATION POLICY

If the cancellation is made up to 10 days before the commencement of the action to be taken, NEURO NEW ME will refund the amount already paid.

Cancellations made less than 10 days from the commencement of the action will have a retention of 15% of the action value for administrative reasons.

Participants, unable to participate in the training, may be replaced by another participant, provided that the participant meets the stated requirements for action frequency.

When a training action does not meet the minimum number of participants at the start date, it may be canceled and participants will be reimbursed for the full amount paid to date.