The course is accredited for 18 Category A CE credits for Naturopathic Doctors, and presents the most recent research and understanding of the assessment and treatment of the human body.
The course provides:
The course will present the most recent research on the functional model of care utilized in treatment of MSK injuries as oppose to the mechanistic model taught in the past and in the current educational institutes.
From there you will be guided through assessment strategies from head to toe to allow for clear direction for care; this will entail functional testing, movement pattern assessment, neuro-motor behaviour and orthopaedic tests. And finally, you’ll be guided through the treatment strategies for the common MSK disorders utilizing acupuncture, joint mobilization/manipulation, corrective exercises and various soft tissue approaches along with blueprints to utilize in practice.
The course will utilize cadaver analysis for clarity in understanding of the use of acupuncture and the theories presented.
The course is very hands on and limited to 8 people to allow for as much 1 on 1 interaction with me as possible.
The course runs Friday 6-9pm and Saturday & Sunday from 9-5pm.
"I feel like I just learned how to assess and treat physical medicine complaints. The course was thorough, well guided and easy to apply"
"Dr Z is passionate about what he does, and is very well researched. His passion and knowledge is noticeable and I found myself wanting to make notes of everything he was saying to make sure I retain all the clinical pearls"
"The assessment strategies are so easy to follow. I finally feel confident to treat phys med complaints, this should be taught in CCNM”
"This course was exactly what I needed to enhance my skills as a manual practitioner. I feel more confident not only treating, but in knowing WHY I'm treating the way that I am"
"The course overall was incredibly organized and practical. It introduces a modern approach to MSK issues that are effective and thorough. The holistic approach really resonated with me as a Naturopath and taught us to focus on the patient as an individual, not labelling injury or using a cookie cutter protocol to treatments"