Speaker provided by Neuromechanical Innovations
Advancements in the understanding of joint neurology and biomechanics have led to new clinical physical examination procedures to aid in the differential diagnosis and treatment of pain of spinal origin. Citing this literature and the presenter’s own scientific research, this course will review the latest information on the topic of Neuromechanics as an underlying basis for best practices in the conservative management of this patient population. As technology has evolved, the chiropractic profession has seen instrument adjusting rise in popularity to be in use by the majority of the profession with some studies including those conducted by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners identifying instrument adjusting as the second most popular type of chiropractic treatment next to traditional manual spinal manipulation. This course aims to provide clinical training and hands-on experiences into examination and treatment of the spine to include appropriate forces, frequencies, and dosage, together with force vectors, segmental contact points, and outcomes assessment.
Royal Sonesta San Juan
Hotel Main Phone number 787.791.6100 or 1 800. 766.3782
ask for the Internal Reservations Department,available from Monday - Saturday (9:00am - 7:30pm)
Participants may use the name of the group Northeast College