Continuing Education

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Continuing Education

We strive to regularly host high quality continuing education courses for health care professionals. Our location provides easy access for professionals all over the country with a short drive from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Our courses are limited to 20 participants to allow for a private, high quality education experience. Courses fill quickly, so register today!

Neurac 2: Lower Body
September 23-24, 2017

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  NEURAC 2 courses are intended for practitioners who are ready to gain a more in-depth understanding of the theoretical and practical applications of the NEURAC method of patient assessment and treatment. This series consists of three advanced courses that can be taken in any order. This series consists of three advanced courses that can be taken in any order. It is suggested that Stimula be taken last.

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Neurac 2: Upper Body
September 23-24, 2017

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  In each NEURAC 2 course, you will learn new corrective exercises with lots of practical guidance from an experienced NEURAC Instructor to assess and treat neuromuscular dysfunction, core weaknesses and myofascial imbalances. Upon completion of each NEURAC 2 course, you will have a better understanding of the NEURAC method of neuromuscular re-activation and movement re-education, demonstrate safe and effective use of the Redcord equipment to identify and treat the cause of more complicated musculoskeletal conditions, and have a more comprehensive library of therapeutic exercises and treatment strategies available.  It is suggested that Stimula be taken last.

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PRI Course
September 9-10, 2017

Course Information: This advanced lecture and lab course is designed to assist clinicians with those complex patients that are struggling to restore reciprocal function of their pelvis. The clinician will gain an appreciation for the influences of an asymmetrical pelvis and how this imbalance contributes to pelvis dysfunction. We will explore in detail the function of the pelvic inlet and outlet as it relates to anatomy, respiration, and asymmetry in a multiple polyarticular chain system. Participants will be able to restore pelvic and respiratory neutrality through a PRI treatment approach while keeping individual activities of daily living in mind.

Education Level: Advanced
Student Faculty Ratio 16:1

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