A comprehensive course on the diagnosis and management of physical dysfunction of the nervous system. With plenty of practical work and the latest neurobiology, clinicians will be able to rapidly merge the material into all existing manual therapy frameworks.
Now in its 23rd edition, this has been one of the world’s most popular NOI courses for many years. This classic lecture and practical course, now in its 20th edition and updated every 6 months, continues to be extremely popular worldwide.
All NOI courses are supported by quality workbooks, graphics and post course follow up. We use modern pain sciences to provide a clinically relevant understanding of the physical health issues of the entire nervous system. This means consideration of the molecular and homuncular targets of our therapy. We integrate this knowledge using a clinical reasoning framework and advanced manual assessment and management options. Skilled reasoning is evidence based medicine at its best.
Neurodynamics is a new science. This course offers a fresh understanding and management strategies for common syndromes such as plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, nerve root disorders, carpal tunnel syndromes and spinal pain. Innovative management tools involve conservative decompression of nerves, various neural mobilising techniques and the new patient education techniques which emerge from neurodynamics and pain sciences.
- To provide a basic knowledge of neuroanatomy, neurodynamics and pathobiology related to the manual examination of the nervous system.
- To integrate the sciences of clinical reasoning, neurodynamics and neuroscience.
- To provide safe and effective diagnostic skills in the examination and interpretation of physical dysfunction of the nervous system.
- To apply these skills to patient management by clinical reasoning skills.
To engage in a forum to critically analyze aspects of present day manual therapy
September 10th &11th, 2016
2869 St-Charles Blvd, Kirkland, Qc, H9H 3B5
514-695-9152 / email@example.com
$475 + tax
Cash, credit, debit or paypal (if paypal, send their email address to Elie and he will send them an invoice that they can pay through paypal).
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT:
$425 if they register on / or before July 1st, 2016
Full refund minus $75 admin fee if >30 days prior to course.
No refund if 30 days or less from course.
Clinic reserves the right to cancel course due to low enrollment. Full refunds will be given in such a circumstance.
Butler DS (2000) The Sensitive Nervous System, Noigroup, Adelaide
Butler DS (2005) The neurodynamics handbook and DVD, Noigroup, Adelaide.
Nee RJ, Butler DS 2006 Management of peripheral neuropathic pain. Integrating neurobiology, neurodynamics and clinical evidence. Physical Therapy in Sport: 7: 36-49
This course is open to
Allied health professionals and registered medical practitioners, physiotherapists, athletic therapists, osteopaths, occupational therapists, clinicians with a ‘hands-on’ licence.
NB: Course programs may have regional variations.
DAY 1 8:30am – 5pm
Registration 8:30 – 9am
- A Neuro orthopaedic approach
- Pain update
- Palpation of the nervous system (p)
- Straight leg raise and derivatives (p)
- Femoral nerve test and derivatives (p)
- Issues in the tissues
*Water, tea and snacks will be provided.
DAY 2 9am – 4pm
- Zings and zaps from nerves
- Central pain mechanisms
- Upper limb neurodynamics tests (p)
- Immune, endocrine, motor and autonomic response systems
- Analysis of tests
- Precautions and contraindications
- ‘Jazzy’ technique session
- Management guidelines via patient examples
*Water, tea and snacks will be provided.
THS COURSE WILL BE TAUGHT BY:
Sam Steinfeld obtained his physiotherapy degree from the University of Manitoba, School of Medical Rehabilitation in 1979. After four years working in a general hospital and rehabilitation hospital setting in Winnipeg, he joined the Sports Physiotherapy Centre in 1983, becoming a practice partner in 1985 when the practice moved into the Pan Am Clinic in Winnipeg. In 2012.
Sam began working with Lifemark Sports Therapy and Wellness in Winnipeg and continues to work there as a staff physiotherapist today. Sam is currently one of the Canadian Faculty of the NeuroOrthopaedic Institute of Australasia (NOI), teaching pain neurobiology courses in Canada for this organization since 1997. Sam has also been a member of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), the International Association of Dance Medicine & Science (IADMS) and was a guest lecturer in the physiotherapy program at the University of Manitoba.
Sam was a physiotherapy consultant to some of the professional sport teams in Winnipeg in the past, including the Winnipeg Jets Hockey Team (1983-1996) and the Winnipeg Fury Soccer Club (1987-1993). For the last 19 years, he has been the physiotherapy consultant to Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Sam’s professional interest currently is in dance medicine and in integrating a pain biopsychosocial approach with manual therapy treatment into all of his clinical practice.