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 P-DTR LISBON
Foundation (EN) - Module 3

3 - 7 Feb 2020 | 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.

Students can expect to learn how to improve the raw material the brain receives to make more accurate decisions about how to move and feel. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, all manner of mechanoreceptors, nocioception, gait analysis, cranial sutures, and limbic disturbances.

 
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Overview

• Long kinematic chains
• Thermal nocioception
• Tickle and itch
• Fine and crude touch
• Cloacal synchronization

• Vertebral fixation and limbic fixation
• Joint position proprioceptors
• Spinothalamic dysfunctions
• Adrenals

 

P-DTR Foundation Series | Module 3

12 | LONG KINEMATIC CHAINS

  • The Science of Mechanics

    • Statics

    • Dynamics

    • Kinematics

    • Kinetics

  • Mechanisms vs. Structures

  • Long Kinematic Chains

    • Open Kinematic Chain

    • Closed Kinematic Chain

  • Dynamic Kinematic Chain Testing

  • Rules of Long Kinematic Chains

  • Common locations

13 | THERMAL NOCIOCEPTION

  • Three types of thermal receptors

    • Cold receptors

    • Warm receptors

    • Nocioceptive stimuli

  • Cold receptors

    • Fiber type

    • Pathway

    • Stimulation

    • Symptoms

    • Inhibition pattern

    • Treatment

  • Warm receptors

    • Fiber type

    • Pathway

    • Stimulation

    • Symptoms

    • Inhibition pattern

    • Treatment

14 | TICKLE AND ITCH

  • Tickle

    • Fiber type

    • Pathway

    • Stimulation

    • Symptoms

    • Inhibition pattern

    • Treatment

  • Itch

    • Fiber type

    • Pathway

    • Stimulation

    • Symptoms

    • Inhibition pattern

    • Treatment

15 | FINE AND CRUDE TOUCH

  • Fine touch

    • Meissner’s corpuscles

    • Merkel’s discs

      • Iggo dome receptors

    • Fiber type

    • Pathway

    • Stimulation

    • Symptoms

    • Inhibition pattern

    • Treatment

  • Crude touch

    • Fiber type

    • Pathway

    • Stimulation

    • Symptoms

    • Inhibition pattern

    • Treatment

16 | CLOACAL SYNCHRONIZATION

  • Equilibrium reflex synchronization

    • Labrynthine reflex

      • Symptoms

      • Location

    • Head-on-neck reflex

      • Symptoms

      • Location

    • Visual righting reflex

      • Symptoms

      • Location

    • Anterior pelvic reflexes

      • Symptoms

      • Location

    • Posterior pelvic reflexes

      • Symptoms

      • Location

  • Appositional testing

    • Flexion tests for anterior reflexes

    • Extension tests for posterior reflexes

  • Treatment

17 | VERTEBRAL FIXATION AND LIMBIC FIXATION

  • What is a spinal fixation?

  • Occipital fixation

    • Use of therapy localization

    • Testing

    • Treatment

  • Sacral fixation

    • Use of therapy localization

    • Testing

    • Treatment

  • Vertebral fixation

    • Use of therapy localization

    • Testing

    • Treatment

  • Limbic fixation

    • Location

    • Use of therapy localization

    • Testing

    • Treatment

18 | JOINT POSITION PROPRIOCEPTORS

  • Joint position sense

    • Conscious joint position

      • Pathway

      • Symptoms

      • Treatment

    • Unconscious joint position

      • Pathway

      • Symptoms

      • Treatment

19 | SPINOTHALAMIC DYSFUNCTIONS

  • Ascending sensory systems

    • Anterolateral system

      • Spinotectal

      • Spinomesencephalic

      • Spinohypothalamic

      • Spinoreticular (Paleo)

      • Spinothalamic (Neo)

    • Dorsal column medial lemnical pathway

      • Fasiculus gracilis

      • Fasiculus cuneatus

      • Medial lemniscus

    • Somatosensory pathways to the cerebellum

      • Spinocerebellar tracts

      • Cuenocerebellar tracts

  • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd order neurons

  • Spinothalamic dysfunctions

    • Spinotectal

      • Course

      • Function

      • Stimulus

    • Spinomesencephalic

      • Course

      • Function

      • Stimulus

    • Spinohypothalamic

      • Course

      • Function

      • Stimulus

    • Spinoreticular (Paleo)

      • Course

      • Function

      • Stimulus

    • Spinothalamic (Neo)

      • Course

      • Function

      • Stimulus

20 | ADRENALS

  • Histology

    • Location

    • Structure

      • Medulla

        • Chromaffin cells

          • Catecholamines (adrenaline and noradrenaline)

      • Cortex

        • Glomerulose zone

          • Mineralcorticoids (aldosterone)

        • Fasiculata zone

          • Glucocorticoids (cortisol)

        • Reticularis zone

          • Androgens (DHEA and DHEA-S)

          • Estrogens

    • Blood supply

    • Function

      • Maintaining metabolic processes

      • Regulate balance of salt and water

      • Control “flight or fight” response to stress

      • Maintaining pregnancy

      • Initiating and controlling sexual maturation during childhood and puberty

      • Synthesis of corticosteroid hormones in cortex

        • Cortisol

        • Corticosterone

        • Androgens

        • Aldosterone

  • Metabolism

    • Role of cholesterol

    • Hormones of the adrenal cortex

      • Glucocorticoids

      • Mineralcorticoids

      • Androgens

  • Adrenal pathology

    • Cushing’s syndrome

    • Addison’s disease

  • General Adaptation Syndrome

    • Categories of stress

      • Physical stress

      • Chemical stress

      • Emotional stress

      • Thermal stress

    • Stages of GAS model

      • Alarm reaction

      • Resistance stage

      • Exhaustion stage

    • Triad of chronic stress

      • Adrenal cortex enlargement

      • Atrophy of thymus gland and lymphatic tissues

      • Stomach and duodenal ulcers

    • Symptoms of adrenal stress

    • Signs of adrenal stress

    • Relationship of DHEA to cortisol

      • Pregnenolone steal/cortisol escape

  • Treatment

 

Facilities

Das 09h às 17h
Hotel Real Oeiras, Paço de Arcos

 

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