September 26, 2020 8:00 am - 5:00 pm America/Phoenix
This 2-day lecture and lab workshop provides an understanding of the power and influence of the biomechanic and neuromechanic integration with cervical spine movement dysfunction. Content for this course includes discussion of the research basis for examination and intervention of movement dysfunction using the interplay of static and dynamic movement as the organizing strategy. The strategies advanced for examination and intervention are developed in the context of a dynamic control model and work well with traditional approaches used for intervention. Course information is immediately relevant and applicable in the clinical setting.
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