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P-DTR LISBON
Intermediate/Advanced (EN) - Module3

8 - 13 Feb 2020 | 1º edition

 

The Intermediate Series builds on what students began delving into during the foundations series. Students can expect to learn much more about how the body structures larger patterns of dysfunctions and how each piece of the pattern can effect another. Tools will be provided to quickly determine the prevailing source of a dysfunction to greatly minimize any chance of re occurrence.

Students will learn the proper firing sequences for muscles used to accomplish given movements and how the body will respond if these sequences are disrupted. Advanced bio mechanics are covered in depth for each major joint of the body including shoulder, hip, knee, foot and ankle, elbow, and spine.

 
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P-DTR Intermediate/Advanced Series | Module 3

  • Spondilogenic Reflex

    • Spinal segment referred pain

    • Organ referred pain

    • Muscle referred pain

    • Specific Organ Sequencing Dysfunctions

    • Organ specific associated muscles

  • VRP (Visceral Referral Pain)

  • VPP(Visceral Parietal Pain)

    • Fascia covering the organ i.e. Peritoneum/Pleura/Pericardium)

    • Organ reflexes and interaction with specific sequenced organs

  • VisceroVisceral reflex

  • VisceroSomatic reflex

  • SomatoVisceral reflex

    • SomatoSomatic reflex

    • Autonomic System Alarm State Impact

    • Organ related dysfunction assessment.

    • Finding Super Priority Fractals

    • VVP/VRP/Emotions/ANS Dynamic interaction

    • Parietal Golgi To & Pacini Corpuscle relationships

  • Tongue Neurology and Anatomy

    • The Physiology of Taste (Transduction)

    • Gustatory Discrimination

  • Response to taste/food & increased accuracy of food intolerance testing

    • Tongue compensation for Hyoid

    • Papillae (Taste Bud) receptor dysfunction

    • Long Kinematic chains (tongue to organs)

  • The Emotional/Organ/Tongue relationship dynamic

    • Specific associated areas of the tongue with taste and associated muscles

    • Hot & Cold receptor dysfunctions of the tongue

  • Baroceptor (BP regulation) dysfunction involving:

    • Cranial Faults

    • Emotions

    • Nociceptors

    • Sympathetic/Parasympathetic NS

    • Heart/Adrenals/Lungs/Kidneys/Thyroid

    • Visceral Parietal Fascia (GTO/Pacinis)

    • Temperature

    • Chemical Response (O2, CO2, H+)

  • Essential Fatty Acid Metabolism dysfunctions:

    • LA GLA DGLA PG1 AA PG2 ALA EPA PG3

      • Families 1/2/3

      • Interaction with B-Complex factors

      • Folic Acid

      • Delta-6 Desaturase Inhibitors/Activators

      • The Arachidonic Acid Cascade

      • Lipoxygenase/Cyclooxygenase Enzyme

      • Thromoboxanes/Prostacyclin

  • Aspirin, Acetaminophen, and other Anti-Inflammatory Drugs:

    • Insalivation response

    • Prostaglandin response

    • Aspirin/AISNES Test

    • Exposure to excessive Leukotrienes

    • Systemic Inflammatory Disorders

  • Metabolic Pathways

  • Kerbs Cycle

  • GABA Production

  • Glucose Oxidation

  • Citric Acid Cycle

  • Electron Transport Chain

    • Brain Nuclei

    • Nerve entrapment releases

 

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.