If you have ever considered your next step in your AK education, then here it is:
-- APPLIED NEURO for the AK DOC --

A Four Day Intensive Series

 

Taught by

Michael D. Allen, DC, NMD, DIBAK, DABCN, DAAIM, DCBCN, FACFN

Functional Neurologist

 
REGISTRATION

The next two-weekend class will be:

January 11 and 12, 2020

and

February 8 and 9, 2020

at:

Allen Chiropractic, PC

23161 Mill Creek Drive

Suite 110
Laguna Hills, CA 92653

Office: 949.855.9629

Read Registration Information Below

This class is for two two-day weekends.

Registration includes required books (valued @ $179) picked up at the seminar.

The Weekend #1 Early Registration deadline – before 12/11/19: $655.00 (a $35.00 savings, includes the required books)

 

The Weekend #1 Regular Registrationafter 12/11/19: $690.00 (includes required books)

The Weekend #2 Early Registration deadline – before 1/8/20: $515.00 (you should have your books)

The Weekend #2 Regular Registration after 1/8/20: $550.00 (you should have your books)

 

GREATEST SAVINGS:  Prepay both weekends before 12/11/19: $1170.00 (a savings of $70.00), effectively bringing each weekend price to $585.00 (including required books)

Student Registration: Weekend #1, before 12/11/19: $465.00 (includes required books)

Student Registration: Weekend #2, before 1/8/20: $325.00 (you should have your books)

Student Registration: Prepay both weekends - before 12/11/19: $740  (includes required books)

Subjects to be Covered Include:
The first day of each seminar will be academic. The second day is brief review of each topic with plenty of practical application so you can use this information in your practice.
Schedule: Weekend #1
Saturday 8:30am-12; 1:30-6pm: Academics
Sunday 8:30am-12; 1:30-5pm: Brief Review and Practical Application
 
Introduction to Neurological Concepts in Applied Kinesiology
You Will Learn:
  • The new concepts that blend functional neurological concepts with the fundamentals of applied kinesiology
Understanding the Basics of Manual Muscle Testing (MMT)
You Will Learn:
  • How your brain thinks in terms of whole motions, not relative to individual muscles.
  • About the architecture of the spinal cord
  • How to map a physiological blind spot and what its size means
Intrinsic Spinal Muscle Dysfunction and its Role in Vertebral Subluxation
You Will Learn:
  • What are shunt muscles and why are they important
  • What are spurt muscles and how can we test them using manual muscle testing
  • How to manage shunt and spurt muscles together
Proprioception and the Gait Reflex
You Will Learn:
  • What makes up a reflex arc
  • The 12 effects of primary afferentation
  • The importance of functional reciprocity
The Enteric Plexus: Understanding the Vasovagal Reflex
You Will Learn:
  • The components of the enteric nervous system (ENS)
  • What it means to be "vasovagal"
  • The importance management of corticobulbar pathways
Gastric Esophagitis and the Ileocecal Valve Syndrome
You Will Learn:
  • The causes and treatment of a hiatal hernia
  • The causes and treatment of a dysfunctional ileocecal valve
  • The role of the ileocecal valve in small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
  • The management and treatment of the migrating motor complex
Schedule: Weekend #2
Saturday 8:30am-12; 1:30-6pm: Academics
Sunday 8:30am-12; 1:30-5pm: Brief Review and Practical Application
 
Neurotransmitters
You Will Learn:
  • The difference between neurochemicals and neurotransmitters
  • The importance of the 7 major neurotransmitters
  • How to examine the major neurotransmitters
Scoliosis and its Vestibular Relationships
You Will Learn:
  • The importance of functional blance
  • How to examine the semicircular canals
  • The vestibulospinal outflow and its affect on spinal stability
Nociception and Pain Control
You Will Learn:
  • The affects of medication in pain control
  • How to use manual muscle testing as examine the cause of pain
  • How to address chronic pain in a clinical practice
Upper Cervical and Cranial Postural Mechanisms
You Will Learn:
  • The various postural reflexes and how to recognize each of them
  • How to examine and treat the various postural displays
Athletic Injury: Pre-existing Patterns, their Treatment and their Prevention
You Will Learn:
  • The 9 most common athletic injuries and how to address them with AK
  • The overuse syndrome; its examination and treatment
  • When to use heat versus cold
NOTE: Every reasonable effort will be made to include each of these above items. However, the speaker reserves the right to make changes and/or modifications to this syllabus as necessary to present the most updated material available.

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Tel : (949) 855-9629

Fax : (949) 855-1271

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