Neurodynamics Lower Extremity 1 & 2

Course Description

Michael Shacklock, author and founder of the Neurodynamics in physiotherapy concept, will instruct two courses: Neurodynamics Lower Quarter 1 and Lower Quarter 2 lab and practical courses.   These courses are designed to help physical therapists, chiropractors and other physical medicine providers develop clinical skills in diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal syndromes through a neural component and effectively applying them to their patients. The courses utilize both theory and practical teachings.

In 1995, the Neurodynamics concept was introduced by Michael Shacklock himself and in 2005 it came to life in his book, “Clinical Neurodynamics: A New System of Musculoskeletal Treatment.” Lower Quarter treatments include techniques for lumbar neural tension dysfunction, hamstring pain, piriformis pain, Tarsal tunnel syndrome, foot pain and more.  Many of these conditions have all been cured by way of his Neurodynamics concepts.  Through Michael Shacklock training courses, therapists can expect detailed, first-hand experiences, based off his international best-seller, along with additional techniques that have not yet been mentioned.

The main goal of these NDS courses is to provide practitioners with the best, yet safest, understanding of Neurodynamics to effectively evaluate the length and mobility of the various components of the nervous system in order for therapists to properly understand and recognize abnormalities and to diagnose and provide solutions to their patients for a healthy state of mobility.

Sports and athletic endeavors are often very demanding activities for movement. Through Michael Shacklock NDS methods, practitioners will be able to provide the proper therapy needed, through nerves, to get athletes back on the ball again.

Pre-Requisites

-Lower Extremity 1 is a pre-requisite for Lower Extremity 2.

Cancellation Policy

-A service fee of $75 will apply for all cancellations.
-Refunds will not be issued within 30 days of the seminar date.
-Registration may be transferred to a different eligible part with 30 days notices

CEU Policy

-Motus Education applies for CEUs for licensed chiropractors in the state of this course as standard practice.
-We agree to apply for CEUs for additional states/professions, if there is sufficient time (Based on each states’ rules).
-If you requires CEUs for your state and profession, please inform Motus Education of your CE needs at the time of registration.

Instructor: Michael Shacklock, DipPhysio, MAppSc, FACP

Course: Neurodynamics Lower Extremity 1 & 2

Course Dates: August 13-16, 2020

Course Time: 8:30am-5:30pm

Course Location:
Cornerstone Health
Evanston, IL 60201

SUPER EARLY BIRD PRICE: $990 for professionals for both courses (valid until July 13, 2020)

EARLY BIRD PRICE: $1090 for professionals for both courses (valid until July 14, 2020-July 29, 2020)

STANDARD PRICE: Professionals: $1190 for both courses, or $625 for one course
Students: $750 for both courses or $375 for one course only

Register

Neurodynamics Lower Extremity 1 & 2

Instructor: Michael Shacklock, DipPhysio, MAppSc, FACP

Course: Neurodynamics Lower Extremity 1 & 2

Course Dates: August 13-16, 2020

Course Time: 8:30am-5:30pm

Course Location:
Cornerstone Health
Evanston, IL 60201

SUPER EARLY BIRD PRICE: $990 for professionals for both courses (valid until July 13, 2020)

EARLY BIRD PRICE: $1090 for professionals for both courses (valid until July 14, 2020-July 29, 2020)

STANDARD PRICE: Professionals: $1190 for both courses, or $625 for one course
Students: $750 for both courses or $375 for one course only

Register

Course Description

Michael Shacklock, author and founder of the Neurodynamics in physiotherapy concept, will instruct two courses: Neurodynamics Lower Quarter 1 and Lower Quarter 2 lab and practical courses.   These courses are designed to help physical therapists, chiropractors and other physical medicine providers develop clinical skills in diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal syndromes through a neural component and effectively applying them to their patients. The courses utilize both theory and practical teachings.

In 1995, the Neurodynamics concept was introduced by Michael Shacklock himself and in 2005 it came to life in his book, “Clinical Neurodynamics: A New System of Musculoskeletal Treatment.” Lower Quarter treatments include techniques for lumbar neural tension dysfunction, hamstring pain, piriformis pain, Tarsal tunnel syndrome, foot pain and more.  Many of these conditions have all been cured by way of his Neurodynamics concepts.  Through Michael Shacklock training courses, therapists can expect detailed, first-hand experiences, based off his international best-seller, along with additional techniques that have not yet been mentioned.

The main goal of these NDS courses is to provide practitioners with the best, yet safest, understanding of Neurodynamics to effectively evaluate the length and mobility of the various components of the nervous system in order for therapists to properly understand and recognize abnormalities and to diagnose and provide solutions to their patients for a healthy state of mobility.

Sports and athletic endeavors are often very demanding activities for movement. Through Michael Shacklock NDS methods, practitioners will be able to provide the proper therapy needed, through nerves, to get athletes back on the ball again.

Pre-Requisites

-Lower Extremity 1 is a pre-requisite for Lower Extremity 2.

Cancellation Policy

-A service fee of $75 will apply for all cancellations.
-Refunds will not be issued within 30 days of the seminar date.
-Registration may be transferred to a different eligible part with 30 days notices

CEU Policy

-Motus Education applies for CEUs for licensed chiropractors in the state of this course as standard practice.
-We agree to apply for CEUs for additional states/professions, if there is sufficient time (Based on each states’ rules).
-If you requires CEUs for your state and profession, please inform Motus Education of your CE needs at the time of registration.